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Worker suffers job site injury when car flies off interstate

A Tennessee construction worker was seriously injured in a recent bizarre accident involving a car that "flew" off the interstate and struck him. The accident, which occurred on a recent Wednesday in March in Hamilton County, resulted in the construction worker suffering a serious job site injury. The worker had been involved in a road expansion project for Highway 27 at the time the accident occurred.   

Worker suffers critical job site injury

An out-of-state construction worker was recently involved in a construction accident. The accident occurred on a recent Thursday in March, police said. When a Tennessee construction worker suffers a job site injury, the victim is legally entitled to file a workers' compensation claim.

Recent Tennessee truck accidents: 1 killed

One individual died after being involved in an accident between a truck and a tractor-trailer that occurred recently. The fatal accident occurred in Fayette County on a recent Thursday afternoon in March. When Tennessee residents are killed in truck accidents caused by the negligence of a truck driver, the victim's loved ones are typically entitled to file a wrongful death suit against the responsible party or parties.

Worker suffers job site injury at construction site

One worker suffered serious injuries due to a recent accident involving a construction vehicle. The accident occurred in March at an out-of-state construction site, authorities say. When a Tennessee worker suffers a similar job site injury, the individual typically chooses to file a claim for workers' compensation.

Woman suffers fatal truck accident injury, family awaits report

Around one year ago, a Johnson City woman was killed in an accident involving a city garbage truck. Now, one year later, her family is still waiting for the Tennessee Highway Patrol's report to be released. When a Tennessee resident dies because of a truck accident injury that was caused by the negligence of the truck driver, the decedent's remaining family members are typically entitled to file a wrongful death suit against the responsible party or parties.

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