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Category Archives: DUI Accident

DUI

Driver Arrested After Cumberland County DUI Accident

By Fox Willis Burnette, PLLC |

Cumberland County, TN (March 17, 2020) – Law enforcement in Cumberland County recently responded to an accident that occurred on Genesis Road. The accident report states that the driver looked down on his cell phone to determine how to best reach his destination when he ended up in a collision. Law enforcement later told… Read More »

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Is a Designated Driver Liable for a Drunk Passenger Who Falls Off of the Car?

By John Willis |

One of the best ways to avoid an alcohol-related car accident is to have a designated driver. Making sure there is at least one sober, responsible person in your social group can help ensure that everyone gets home safely. But what happens when a drunk passenger is injured during that ride home? Can the… Read More »

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Am I Liable if a Teenager Drinks in My House and Gets Into an Accident?

By John Willis |

With the holidays approaching, many people will host parties for families and friends. If your parties include anyone under the age of 21, you should take special care to ensure they are not receiving or consuming alcoholic beverages of any kind. While you might think it is safe to allow teenagers to drink under… Read More »

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Father Not Liable for Adult Son Who Stole Car, Drove Drunk

By John Willis |

If you are injured in an automobile accident due to another driver’s negligence, you may have a claim not only against the driver, but also the owner of the vehicle (assuming they are not the same person). Tennessee law presumes the owner of a motor vehicle consented to the driver’s use of said vehicle,… Read More »

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