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Category Archives: Bicycle Accident


Accidents Caused by Opening Car Doors

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Have you been doored? You may have no idea what that means. But then a part of you may be thinking it has something to do with being injured by a door, and likely, a car door. You’re right. Dooring accidents are more common than you might think, and the usage of the term… Read More »

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Cumberland County Resident Is Killed in Bicycle Accident

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Cumberland County, TN (September 29, 2020) Cumberland County law enforcement and medics responded to the scene of a bicycle accident early on the afternoon of September 29th that occurred in the 600 block of Clint Lowe Road. At the scene, workers discovered a bicyclist had been thrown into a ditch. Later reports reveal that… Read More »

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Bicyclist Killed After Cades Coves Accidents

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Sevier County, TN (August 16, 2020) Law enforcement reports that a bicyclist was killed in a single bicycle accident on August 16th that occurred in Cades Coves. Great Smoky Mountain National Park rangers reported that the bicyclist, who was not wearing a helmet, was knocked unconscious and experienced severe head trauma due to the… Read More »

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Victim Seriously Injured While Riding Giant Bicycle

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Limestone, TN (July 26, 2020) The Tennessee Highway Patrol is currently investigating an accident that occurred on Old Stage Road as a hit and run. Law enforcement is looking for a blue, older model SUV with its front-right damaged. The hit and run occurred close to Rheatown Road on July 26th. The victim was… Read More »

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Does Riding in a Bicycle Group Mean You Assume the Risk of a Fatal Accident?

By John Willis |

Everyone who operates a vehicle on the road needs to exercise proper care for the safety of themselves and those around them. This applies not just to large vehicles such as cars and trucks, but also bicycles. Bicycle safety is especially important when riding in a paceline, i.e. a group of bicyclists who travel… Read More »

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Addressing the “Public Health Crisis” of Bicycle Accidents

By Brad Burnette |

Car accidents are devastating enough when they involve two motor vehicles. But when a car or truck hits a bicycle, the consequences are often catastrophic for the cyclist. And despite decades of efforts to promote safer roads for all vehicles, serious bicycle accidents appear to be on the rise nationally. Tennessee City Cited for… Read More »

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