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Tag Archives: compensation

What Are a “Deadbeat Dad’s” Rights Under Tennessee’s Wrongful Death Law?

By Brad Burnette |

In Tennessee, a wrongful death lawsuit is designed to compensate certain family members for the loss of a loved one due to the “wrongful act, omission, or killing by another.” For example, if a person is killed in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, the deceased victim’s spouse may file a wrongful… Read More »

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Several Ford recalls in 1 week

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents may be interested in learning more about why multiple Ford vehicles were recalled twice within the same week. Owners of the Lincoln MKZ, Ford Fiesta and Ford Fusion may be affected by a series recalls announced on April 29 and April 24. The 2014 Ford Fusion and ’14 and ’15 Lincoln MKZ… Read More »

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Tennessee police chief hurt in rear-end auto accident

By John Willis |

A Tennessee police chief was hurt in a car accident and hospitalized. The accident occurred at approximately 6 a.m. as the 57-year-old man waited for a traffic light to change. He was driving a Cadillac and heading to breakfast when a 68-year-old woman in a Kia Sorrento crashed into his car from behind. After… Read More »

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How to drive safely on wet roads

By John Willis |

The American Auto Association has reported that rainy weather is to blame for about 1.2 million vehicular accidents annually. Tennessee drivers should be extra cautious when traveling on wet roadways. To avoid crashing during rainy weather, there are some safety points every driver should keep in mind. First, drivers should make sure their tires… Read More »

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Sternum fracture in Tennessee motorcycle accidents

By John Willis |

Tennessee motorcyclists may not always be aware of all the risks they take when they get on their bikes. One potentially life-threatening risk is that of sternum fracture. The sternum, or breastbone, is a flat plate of bone just beneath the skin at the center of the chest, connected to the ribcage by cartilage…. Read More »

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Teens likely to multitask while driving

By John Willis |

Many Tennessee students who are either learning how to drive or new at driving know that driving while texting is dangerous. However, a report released on March 18 indicated that some teenagers may not be able to identify other distractions, making them potentially likely to drive while distracted. In the study, 27 percent of… Read More »

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Motorists affected by massive recall

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents may be affected by a recent update to an air bag recall for Honda vehicles. On March 19, Honda announced that 105,000 vehicles would be added to the active recall after U.S. regulators determined that there may be Accords from 2001, Civics from 2004 and Pilot SUVs from 2008 that possess the… Read More »

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Cause of road rage

By John Willis |

Tennessee residents who are even-tempered in their personal and professional lives may not always have the same temper when it comes to driving. Behind the comfort of tons of steel, drivers may feel invincible compared to when they are outside of their cars, and that could lead to road rage. According to a recent… Read More »

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Woman killed when car rear-ended by semi truck

By John Willis |

In Tennessee, news sources report that one person is dead after the car she was driving was rear-ended by a semi truck on Feb. 26. The fatal accident occurred on Interstate 24 shortly before 10 a.m. Sources say that criminal charges are pending against the driver of the truck, who was not hurt in… Read More »

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Tennessee crash results in fatality and injuries

By John Willis |

On Feb. 14, a 47-year-old Harriman man was killed and five others were hurt in a head-on collision in Roane County. The crash occurred at approximately 1:45 p.m. on Highway 70, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Authorities said a 43-year-old Harriman woman was driving an SUV westbound on Highway 70 near Kingston when… Read More »

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