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Drunk driving, speeding suspected in fatal single-vehicle crash

There are single-vehicle accidents in Tennessee that may be the subject of one or more claims for personal injury damages. These claims are created when a driver negligently or recklessly loses control of the vehicle and crashes into a stationary object such as a wall or guard rail. Where the vehicle rolls over after impact, the prospects of passengers suffering serious personal injury are increased. The driver's negligent operation of the vehicle may be due to drunk driving, texting, drugs, speeding, fatigue or general distracted driving.

Bicyclist can take action after Tennessee car accident

Pedestrians, motorcyclists and bicyclists tend to be at a greater risk of injury when involved in motor vehicle collisions. Victims of these crashes in Tennessee may be able to file civil claims. One such recent car accident involved a single vehicle and a bicyclist, leaving one man needing medical attention.

Single vehicle car accident? Tennessee victims can file claims

Single vehicle collisions can leave behind as much damage as crashes involving several vehicles. While the victims may think there is nothing they can do in the midst of their injuries and pain and suffering, that is not the case. Tennessee lawyers in the field of car accidents and personal injury can provide guidance to those involved in a single-vehicle car accident. With an attorney's assistance, the victim may choose to file claims against the party allegedly responsible.

Head-on car accident leaves Tennessee victim seriously injured

When driving, it seems impossible to know what is around the next hill or bend in the road. At any moment, anything could happen, making it all the more crucial that drivers are not distracted while behind the wheel. Those involved in a car accident in Tennessee have the right to file claims in the wake of their personal injury or the wrongful death of a loved one. Lawyers in this field can provide guidance to victims working through this process.

Tennessee hit-and-run car accident leaves 1 dead

Hit-and-run accidents can happen anywhere, leaving victims wondering what happened and what they are going to do. In many cases, authorities are able to find the party believed responsible for the car accident. When that happens and with the assistance of personal injury and wrongful death lawyers, Tennessee victims can file civil claims against the party deemed responsible.

Drunk driving cause of Tennessee accident leaving 3 injured

The holiday seasons typically bring family and friends together to celebrate. Unfortunately, they are also a time when there is an increase in accidents involving drinking and driving. Tennessee victims of collisions caused by driver impairment can file civil claims for their personal injury. One recent car accident resulted in the injury of three people and was reportedly caused by drunk driving. 

Taking action after Tennessee drunk driving accident

Losing a loved one in a motor vehicle collision or suffering personal injury from a crash can be devastating. Each and every year there are hundreds of thousands of car accidents, many resulting in death. One cause of these tragic accidents is drunk driving or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Tennessee victims of drinking and driving accidents may have the right to take action.

Drunk driving possible cause of Tennessee vehicle accident

Many people have been affected or know someone who has been injured or killed by someone who decided to drive under the influence. Driving while intoxicated seems to have become an accepted, or at least overlooked, part of life in Tennessee and throughout the United States. However, drunk driving is not something to be taken lightly, as evidenced in one recent motor vehicle collision.

Drunk driving possible cause of fatal Tennessee car accident

Driving under the influence of alcohol or any other substance that may cause some impairment puts that individual and everyone else on the roadway at risk. Operating a motor vehicle requires drivers to pay attention to other vehicles and the situations occurring all around them. Drinking and driving can cause one to react more slowly or drive more recklessly than they would without any impairment. Those involved in a car accident in Tennessee in which driving under the influence may have been a factor have the right to take action.

Drunk driving blamed for fatal hit-and-run in Tennessee

People have a longing for their neighborhoods to be places in which they feel safe, a place where they can walk along the street without fearing for their lives. Unfortunately, one community is experiencing a tragedy following a fatal car accident. The Tennessee hit-and-run involving two pedestrians has led to charges for drunk driving against the party believed responsible.

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