Losing a family member can cause significant personal anguish and suffering, especially when it’s premature, unexpected, and the result of someone else’s actions or negligence. If you've experienced this kind of loss, you may have a legal right to file a wrongful death lawsuit.
A motorcycle accident can cause irreparable damage including life-threatening injuries and even fatalities. Wearing a helmet can reduce your risk, but according to the NHTSA, bikers are 27 times more likely to experience a fatal accident than car drivers.
Being involved in an accident can be a devastating and painful experience. According to the Tennessee Traffic Crash report, about 489,702 people were involved in traffic accidents in 2019, claiming 1,162 lives.
As carefully as you might drive, car accidents happen. In fact, each year there are about 14,000 vehicle crashes in Knox County alone. After an automobile wreck, you might be tempted to accept whatever money the insurance company offers, so that you can pay your medical bills and get your car fixed.
The period after your car wreck can be extremely confusing to sort through. The Law Office of Joshua S. Reed has answers to your questions about which insurance company is responsible for paying for medical costs and damages.
As of July 1, 2019, a new law, often referred to as “Hands-Free Tennessee,” makes it illegal to operate your phone while driving. Tennessee has the highest rate of distracted driving fatalities, according to a study performed by the National Highway Traffic Administration.
Bike accidents, whether they involve motorcycles or bicycles, often result in serious injuries or even fatalities. Here in Tennessee, there are specific definitions of who can be found at fault for such accidents. In this article, you can learn more about how fault is determined in Tennessee, common causes of both motorcycle and bicycle accidents, and why you should work with an attorney in the aftermath of a bike accident.
To many, operating an electric scooter would appear to be a reasonable alternative to driving a car, especially after drinking any amount of alcohol. In fact, you may believe that taking an electric scooter would help you avoid a D.U.I. charge.
If your loved one was killed in a motorcycle or bike accident, let us start by offering our sincerest condolences. There’s nothing easy about losing someone close to you, especially if you know their accident could have been avoided.
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