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Car Crash Occurs in Crossville


Crossville, TN (November 25, 2020) A car crash occurred on November 25th in the 700 block of Peavine Road, which is situated just north of Interstate 40. Motorists were advised to exercise caution while traveling through the area. Additional details about the crash including what caused the accident, the extent of property damage caused, and whether anyone was injured remains uncertain.

The Tennessee Department of Safety has found that in Crossville’s Cumberland County, there were 1,380 car crashes in 2019. These accidents included 1,055 crashes that resulted in injuries and 18 accidents that led to deaths. One of the biggest problems with reciting accident statistics is that they often involve such big numbers that they become overwhelming. As a result, it helps to understand that these Cumberland County accident statistics translate to someone in Cumberland County getting injured every 2 to 3 days as a result of an accident. This also means that more than once a month in Cumberland County, someone loses their life as a result of a motor vehicle crash. If you find yourself one of these unfortunate numbers, remember you are not alone. 

Contact a Tennessee Car Crash Lawyer                 

When Tennessee car crashes occur, victims are often left uncertain about what they can do to obtain compensation. One of the best ways to learn about your various available options as well as receive advice about how to avoid jeopardizing the outcome of your case is to promptly speak with an experienced attorney. At Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette, we understand the challenges commonly faced by accident victims and remain committed to fighting for the results that victims deserve. Contact our law office today to schedule a free case evaluation.


Note: This post was written based on available resources, news stories, and online reports about this incident. As is often the case with fast breaking news, there is always the risk that some details are still being shared and uncovered. Please contact us if you notice any information that should be changed or added. Thanks!

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