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13 deaths caused by defective airbags in GM vehicles

When a recall is issued by a major American car manufacturer it can be very alarming for consumers, including those in Nashville. If the recall involves the potential for a serious injury or a wrongful death, it becomes even more imperative that the affected vehicles are quickly [...]
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Company responsible for defective vehicle modifications settles

In some ways, motor vehicles are inherently dangerous. They are large, heavy, and can do extensive damage if drivers behave irresponsibly. However, most Nashville residents likely believe that vehicles are quite safe if operated properly and drivers adhere to all applicable [...]
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NHTSA doesn't believe defect caused Tesla electric car fire

The Tesla Model S electric luxury sedan has garnered a great reputation as one of the safest vehicles on the roadways. However, fast forward to recent events and consumers in Nashville and nationwide are wondering how safe the Model S really is.
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Fatal DUI accident in Tennessee ends with guilty plea by driver

Unfortunately, the victims and their family members of many Tennessee residents involved in car crashes are left with debilitating injuries, extremely costly medical bills, and even the loss of loved ones. In DUI accidents, the criminal penalties imposed on the drunk driver [...]
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"T-bone" car accident kills Nashville-area woman

The Nashville metropolitan area is growing rapidly and this means increasingly congested and sometimes increasingly dangerous roadways. Car accidents are all too common.
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Tennessee recognizes Brain Injury Awareness Month

Tennessee hospitals see about 8,000 new cases of traumatic brain injury every year. Nationwide, that number is about 1.7 million. TBI can be caused by car collisions, falls, sports injuries or other accidents. It can lead to headaches, sleep problems, memory loss and permanent [...]
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New Year's Day accident leaves two injured

A car accident in the early hours of New Year's Day has left two people injured. The injured have been identified as two Tennessee Tech students. The preliminary investigation revealed that one of the students was driving his Toyota Camry at a very high speed. The passenger of [...]
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