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Tag Archives: Clinton Car Accident Attorneys

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How Big of a Problem Is Distracted Driving in Tennessee?

By Brad Burnette |

Most car accidents are the result of a driver’s error or mistake. In recent years, a leading contributing factor in such driver errors has been so-called distracted driving. This can take many forms, including using your smartphone or talking to people in your car instead of keeping your undivided attention on the road. Study:… Read More »

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Am I Entitled to Compensation for PTSD Following an Accident?

By Brad Burnette |

When we think about injuries arising from car or truck accidents, we tend to focus exclusively on physical damage. But an accident often leaves lasting psychological scars as well. Indeed, it is not uncommon for accident victims to experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for months–even years–following a crash. Court Awards Truck Driver 80% Permanent… Read More »

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When Is a Car Accident Settlement Legally Binding?

By Brad Burnette |

Most personal injury claims arising from car accidents are settled out-of-court, usually between an attorney representing the victim and the negligent party’s insurance company. Settlement negotiations are often a lengthy process. It is important for both sides to be clear as to their intentions and expectations, lest there be any misunderstanding as to the… Read More »

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Can I Sue a Driver for Negligence If I Can’t Remember the Accident?

By Brad Burnette |

Following a car accident, it is important to take note of any evidence that may later help reconstruct events. If you are injured in the accident and need to file a personal injury lawsuit against a negligent driver, you will need to present evidence establishing the defendant’s culpability. Unfortunately, there may be cases where… Read More »

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What Constitutes “Negligence” In a Tennessee Car Accident?

By Brad Burnette |

If you are injured in a car accident, you might assume that the driver is legally responsible just because he or she admitted hitting you with their vehicle. But under Tennessee law, negligence requires more than this. A successful personal injury claim has several elements, each of which must be satisfied in order for… Read More »

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Tennessee Courts Still Sorting Out Mexican Car Accident Lawsuits

By John Willis |

Car accident litigation is often complicated when the parties to the case reside in different states—or in some cases different countries. For example, Tennessee courts normally have jurisdiction over any personal injury lawsuit arising from conduct that occurs within the state. But there may be times when an accident outside of Tennessee may still… Read More »

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Tennessee City Not Liable for Car Accident Caused by Stolen Police Car

By John Willis |

If someone is seriously injured or killed in a car accident, there may be several liable parties. In addition to the negligent driver, the victim may have cause to bring a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit against the owner of the vehicle or those responsible for placing the driver in a position to… Read More »

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Is There a Difference Between Personal and Property Injuries?

By Brad Burnette |

A car accident often involves more than one type of injury. There are the personal injuries suffered by the victim, who may seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, etc. Then there are injuries to property, i.e. the damage suffered by the victim’s car. While you may look at these damages as part of… Read More »

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Should I Take Pictures Following My Car Accident?

By Brad Burnette |

Most of us carry a smart phone with a built-in camera. This can prove useful if you are in a car accident. It is generally a good idea to take pictures at the accident scene, even if you don’t see much damage, because it may provide valuable evidence in any subsequent personal injury lawsuit…. Read More »

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Insurance Exclusions May Work to the Detriment of Accident Victims

By Brad Burnette |

Sorting out legal liability following a car accident is often more complicated than you might think. For example, if the vehicle that causes an accident is insured, you might assume the insurance company is automatically responsible for any damages owed to the victims. But insurance policies are contracts, and there are often multiple clauses… Read More »

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