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March 2021 News

Safety Tips for Night Driving

Sometimes, accidents are just that — accidents — but there are still ways to diminish their likelihood, especially when it comes to navigating roads at night. Once night falls, the likelihood of car accidents actually goes up. Despite 60 percent less traffic on the roads, [...]
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7 Tips Truckers Want You To Know

Accidents happen. Collisions are an inevitable part of being on the road, but when it comes to big trucks, extra care should be taken. Take it from the experts — here are 7 tips truckers want you to know for avoiding major accidents. 
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What is Paraquat and Did it Make You Sick?

A highly-toxic herbicide developed in the 1960’s, Paraquat has been used for decades in the agricultural industry to manage weeds and treat more than 100 crops including cotton and soybean fields. It was chosen for its virtual indiscretion on any green leaf it touched. 
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Elmiron Drug Usage Linked to Vision Loss

First introduced by Janssen Pharmaceuticals in 1996, Elmiron was originally sold as a treatment to help combat bladder, abdominal, and pelvic pain. However, recent allegations have suggested the manufacturer failed to complete essential, proper research into the potential [...]
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Why You Should Always Go to a Doctor After a Car Accident

Car accidents are scary. The first moments afterward often include the people involved making sure they — and anybody in the vehicle with them — are not seriously injured. They’ll look for blood or feel if they have broken bones. And if they’re lucky enough to avoid [...]
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Beware of Drunk Drivers on St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration of the Irish in all of us, even if your ancestors never stepped foot on the Emerald Isle. Despite the ongoing pandemic, there are still plenty of fun things to do and they can get started fairly early in the morning on St. Patrick’s Day. [...]
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The Role of a Police Report After an Accident

There’s a lot to keep track of after a traffic accident, especially if you were injured. Maintaining a paper trail of all of your expenses and experiences is essential to receiving the compensation you deserve. But how do you keep it all straight? And how do you prove that [...]
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Common Causes of Workplace Accidents

Workplace accidents are unfortunate, but they happen a lot more than necessary. The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development oversee the workers’ compensation for employees in the state of Tennessee. Workers’ compensation is money given to employees who were [...]
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Nashville’s Potholes and How it Causes Accidents

Any Nashville resident will confirm the road conditions have been awful with an increase of potholes. In and around Davidson County, drivers are having to weave around potholes to avoid damaging their vehicle.
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Is Your School Following COVID-19 Guidelines?

COVID-19 has changed just about every aspect of how we go about our lives. Our children’s education must continue, but how can we be sure that their health is being taken care of as much as possible? The CDC as well as local governments have put guidelines in place to do [...]
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