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Does Downtown Nashville Need More Bike Lanes?

Find out what a Nashville bicycle accident lawyer has to say A recent fatal scooter accident in downtown Nashville has refocused attention among safety advocates on the need for additional bicycle lanes in the city. Metro Nashville Police said a woman was killed when her scooter collided with a semi-truck on Third Avenue South in...

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Tennessee Has 30% Spike in Vehicle Deaths in First Half of 2021

A Nashville car accident lawyer provides the details you should know The good news: In a sign that life may be returning to something resembling normal, more Tennessee motorists are on the state’s roadways after months of staying close to home because of pandemic restrictions. The tragic news: Car accident fatalities skyrocketed during the pandemic...

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Nashville Woman Dies in Wrong-Way Crash on I-65

A car accident attorney explains what drivers in Tennessee need to know A 30-year-old Nashville woman was recently killed in a wrong-way, head-on collision on Interstate 65 South, according to WKRN News. Tragically, these types of car accidents are happening far too often in Tennesee and across the United States. “Wrong-way crashes on divided highways...

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Avoiding medical debt and getting the compensation you deserve after a car accident

Medical debt is a known burden for too many American households, but the situation is far worse than anyone ever imagined. In 2016, U.S. households were carrying about $81 billion in medical debt. Since then, that amount has almost doubled. New research says that Americans owe $140 billion to medical professionals, hospitals, care centers, and...

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Fatal Car Accidents Soar In Tennessee During COVID-19 Lockdown

Despite fewer people on the road, fatal car accident rates rose sharply across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic. Driving behaviors changed significantly during the 2020 economic lockdown. Many people who were still driving used the less crowded streets to drive with abandon. People drank and drove and sped more while also wearing their seatbelts...

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