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Tennessee Lawmakers Debate Penalties for Distracted Driving

Nashville drivers reminded to stay alert and stay safe during Distracted Driving Awareness Month With the arrival of spring in Nashville, our attention turns to outdoor activities and enjoying the longer days. However, it's crucial to remember that April is also Distracted Driving Awareness Month, as distracted driving continues to be a growing problem in...

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Compensation for Rear-End Accidents in Tennessee

If you were rear-ended and injured, it's important to know your legal options. Rear-end accidents occur when one vehicle collides with the back of another vehicle, often due to tailgating or distracted driving. These accidents can cause significant injuries and even death. Contact Us Δ According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), rear-end...

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Nashville Must Do More To Prevent Pedestrian & Bicycle Accidents

Will the City's WalknBike Plan Reduce Crashes and Fix 'Impossible' Crossings? Nashville is on course to break a terrible record, as researchers anticipate there will be more fatal pedestrian accidents in the city this year than possibly ever before. From January through June 2022, Nashville has experienced 323 fatal and serious injury-causing pedestrian and cyclist...

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Speed Limiters on Commercial Trucks Could Prevent Accidents & Save Lives

Semi-trucks traveling at high speeds often cause deadly crashes. Speed kills, and this is particularly true when it comes to big commercial trucks. Unfortunately, speed is the cause of many serious truck accidents in Nashville and other major cities nationwide. To help fight back against the problem and make our roads safer, traffic safety officials...

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Operation Southern Slowdown: Tennessee Joins Effort to Curb Speeding

Car accident fatalities in Tennessee remain high this year after a record high in 2021, according to car accident data compiled by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security. And in many cases, speeding is to blame for those crashes. As a result, Tennessee and several other southern states recently participated in the annual...

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