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Category Archives: Motorcycle Accidents


Motorcyclists Hospitalized After North Knoxville Accident

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Knoxville, TN (July 28, 2020) The Knoxville Police Department reports that a motorcyclist was hospitalized following an accident that occurred on July 28th. The accident occurred on Valley View Drive at Cross Valley Road around 3 in the morning. Two drivers who were traveling single-file on Valley View Drive when the motorcycle riding in… Read More »

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Knoxville Woman Injured in Cumberland County Motorcycle Accident

By Fox, Farley, Willis & Burnette |

Cumberland County, TN (July 27, 2020) Cumberland county law enforcement and medics responded on July 24 to an ATV trail located off of Brock Lane in Catoosa Wildlife Management Area in response to an accident. The operator of a motorcycle on the trail told law enforcement that he was navigating a mud hole on… Read More »

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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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