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Accident

Large Farm Truck, Delivery Trucks, or 18-wheeler Accidents on Country Roads

Kentucky has a lot of beautiful countryside and smaller country roads to go with it. But, when does one type of road stop and the other start? A rural or country road has low traffic volume and is identified by having one or two lanes. The purpose is to serve local and [...]
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In Case of Emergency (ICE) Car Kit Essentials

Life throws us curve balls. One minute, we're headed to a football game and the next, we're sitting on the side of the road with a flat tire. Whether it's merely an "inconvenient emergency" like a flat tire or an accident that has you stuck somewhere, it's always handy to [...]
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What Should I do if I Witness an Accident?

Crash! You’ve just witnessed a car accident. Now what? In the seconds and minutes that follow, you might call 911 if you suspect an injury. If the drivers are unable, another witness might call the police to report the accident and check that the drivers are okay.
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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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Are Rear-End Accidents Always the Fault of the Rear Car?

Accidents range from fender benders to devastating multi-car crashes. According to estimates provided by insurance companies, you’ll be in an accident about every 18 years. So if you start driving at age 16, you’ll most likely be in a crash by the time you’re 34 and two more [...]
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Proving Fault in a Slip and Fall Accident

Falls happen every day, and most cause little to no injury except to our egos. We tend to get up, dust ourselves off and go about our business. Some of the time though, an injury like a broken bone that comes with hefty medical bills, time off from work, and emotional [...]
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Tennessee Seat Belt Laws: What You Need to Know

Great strides have been made by car manufacturers to improve driver safety as roadway vehicles have become the primary mode of transportation. One of the greatest additions to driver safety has been the seat belt.
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Medical Transportation Costs:  What You Should Expect to Pay

In an emergency, there’s not much time to think. Someone you love is hurt, and you call 911. The dispatcher sends an ambulance. Your loved one is rushed to the nearest emergency room, and they are treated on the way to and at the hospital. It’s not until you get the bill 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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Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Creates Program to Assist Injured Workers

The end of a workers compensation claim is a critical time for many injured workers. The lucky ones are able to return to their pre-injury employment and return to their familiar jobs. The unlucky few who are unable to return to work are all too often lost and confused in a [...]
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