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March 2014 Archives

Nissan tries to prevent personal injury with massive recall

Nissan has issued a recall of nearly one million cars due to a defect in the passenger airbag systems. According to the car manufacturer, a problem with the computer systems contained in certain Nissan automobiles could result in the passenger side airbag failing to deploy. If the airbag fails to deploy in a car crash scenario, it could increase the possibility of personal injury and death.

Porsche recalls defective 911 GT3s to avoid future car wrecks

Tennessee is home to beautiful mountain roads, and any sports car enthusiast or motorcyclist can appreciate the natural scenery found along these winding stretches of highway. However, driving is not without its dangers, and numerous car wrecks and injuries have occurred on Tennessee highways. These accidents can be caused by a variety of factors, from drunk and negligent drivers to blatant violations of speed limits. One more factor that has caused many car wrecks involves hidden and dangerous manufacturing defects.

Houston Brothers Saga Continues - Habitat for Humanity Benefits

affiliateLogo.jpgIn May of 2006, a deputy sheriff of Roane County and a field deputy were killed in a hail of gunfire between law enforcement officers and Rocky Joe and Leon Houston. Approximately three and a half years later, Leon Houston was acquitted in a jury trial wherein he was represented by James F. Logan Jr. of the law firm Logan-Thompson, P.C.

Fatal truck accident possibly caused by distracted driving

Accidents on Interstate roadways are often more traumatic due to the high speeds and congested traffic. In Tennessee, where big trucks and personal automobiles share lanes a collision can result in serious injury or death. Despite extensive training to obtain a commercial driver's license, there is not a surefire way to prevent serious accidents from occurring, especially when truck drivers can be just as inclined toward speeding and distracted driving.

Tennessee teenager dies in tragic car accident

A 17-year-old Tennessee girl recently lost her life in a car accident. She was riding as a passenger in a vehicle driven by an 18-year-old woman. Tragically, she was pronounced dead at the car accident scene. Another passenger in the vehicle, an 18-year-old man who was riding in the backseat, was extremely fortunate to survive the incident without injury.

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