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Accident claims the life of 2 Tennessee drivers

Two drivers died in a Columbia, Tennessee, car accident last week. Tragically, the incident happened just two days prior to Christmas. The fatally injured drivers were a 26-year-old and a 45-year-old. A 25-year-old was also injured, but her injuries were life-threatening. Due to the fatal nature of this accident, wrongful death litigation could be commenced by one or both families of the deceased victims.

When your child is seriously injured in Tennessee

Tennessee parents hold their children close to their hearts. Indeed, our state's children are the most precious possessions we have. They are our future, they are our blood, and they are the center of love in our homes. That is why, whenever a Tennessee child is seriously injured or killed in a car accident or another kind of accident due to no fault of his or her own, it is an extreme tragedy.

Tragic Tennessee car accident kills 2

A tragic accident between a logging truck and a fire truck has resulted in two deaths in Hardin County. The Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that the car accident happened while the fire truck was en route to a call. The driver of the fire truck, a 69-year-old man, and the driver of the logging truck, a 30-year-old man, both died in the crash.

Injured workers receive treatment after Tennessee explosion

Five Tennessee utility workers were hurt on a recent Tuesday when a gas line exploded. The injured workers were employees of Memphis Light, Gas and Water (MLGW). As of Nov. 25, three of them were still reported to be in critical condition at the hospital, while two had already been released.

Recent study underscores personal injury hazards posed by toys

This is the time of the year when the sales of children's toys soar. The variety of toys available for every age group is astonishing, and parents have a multitude of choices. However, how often do parents stop to consider the dangers posed by many of the toys on the shelves of toy stores? Tennessee parents may be interested in the findings of a recent study on the personal injury hazards posed by toys.

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