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Tag Archives: damages

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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Knoxville crash leaves 2 injured

By John Willis |

A car accident that occurred on March 17 near Knoxville left two people with injuries. Knox County police reported that the 28-year-old driver of a black BMW was drag racing on Chapman Highway prior to the crash. The incident occurred just before 6:35 a.m. Both vehicles were reportedly heading south on the highway when… Read More »

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Dump truck involved in fatal multi-vehicle crash

By John Willis |

On March 2, a multi-vehicle car accident in Tennessee resulted in the death of one of the drivers involved. The auto accident occurred near the Murfreesboro Airport shortly after 12 p.m. According to a police report, the accident happened when a dump truck driver struck a pickup truck that was stopped at an intersection…. 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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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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Potential hazards of riding a motorcycle

By John Willis |

A Tennessee motorcyclist typically has more worries than other motorists while on the road. First, a motorcyclist does not have any barriers between his or her bike and the ground. Second, those on a motorcycle may be hard to spot by other motorists. This can increase the risk of an accident between a motorcycle… Read More »

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Technology may make vehicles safer

By John Willis |

Tennessee drivers may be interested to learn that in August 2012, the Department of Transportation rolled out a pilot program aimed at finding out whether vehicle-to-vehicle technology was viable. The test involved 3,000 cars and showed that the technology worked in real-world situations as well as between different makes of vehicle. Overall, it was… Read More »

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Whiplash symptoms may develop days after accident

By John Willis |

As Tennessee residents may know, motor vehicle accidents are a common cause of whiplash, which happens when the neck is suddenly jarred. The symptoms of whiplash may present several hours to two days after the accident occurs, according to the American Chiropractic Association. Whiplash is caused when the tendons and the muscles are stretched…. Read More »

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