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Category Archives: Motorcycle Accidents


Teenage Motorcyclist Dies in Accident

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Cocke County, TN (July 14, 2020) A 15-year-old was killed on July 14 after a single vehicle accident that occurred on Caney Creek Road. The motorcycle accident occurred shortly before 8:30 p.m. and several responders were promptly dispatched to the 400 block of Caney Creek. On arrival, law enforcement learned that the motorcyclist was… Read More »

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When Is “Lay Person” Testimony Admissible in a Personal Injury Case?

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

In many personal injury cases, expert testimony is necessary to establish certain facts for the judge or jury. For example, if a plaintiff alleges a car accident was the result of a defect in the design of the vehicle, an expert witness would probably be needed to explain the principles of automotive manufacturing. A… Read More »

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Clinton Victim Speaks Out on Rise in Tennessee Motorcycle Accidents

By John Willis |

Summer is a popular time for Tennessee motorcyclists to take to the open road. Unfortunately, the road is not always so friendly to motorcycles. There has been a notable increase in fatalities related to motorcycle accidents in recent years. According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol’s most recent statistics, a record 147 motorcyclists died on… Read More »

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Are Police Responsible for Failing to Prevent an Accident?

By Brad Burnette |

Although police in Tennessee are generally responsible for maintaining traffic and public safety, this does not mean a person injured in a car accident has an automatic right to seek damages against a municipality for failing to prevent the incident. In limited circumstances, federal civil rights law will support a claim against police if… Read More »

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