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News: Injuries reported following Alta Loma crash

by Ponce Law | February 26th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Police in Nashville were called to the scene of an injury collision in the Alta Loma neighborhood early Friday afternoon.

According to the city’s current traffic accidents page, the incident occurred at about 12:37 p.m. at the intersection of Alta Loma Pike and Gallatin Pike North.

The cause of the crash is not mentioned in the report. However, at least one person sustained injuries as a result.

We will update this blog should more information be made available.

Have you been injured due to a collision at the hands of another driver in the Nashville area? If so, the Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law can get you the compensation you are entitled to following an unexpected crash. Contact our offices today at (844) 204-6765 to speak with a licensed attorney about the details of your individual claim

News: Nashville police on the scene of Ellington Pkwy. injury crash

by Ponce Law | February 26th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Police in Nashville reported injuries resulting from a collision east of downtown early Friday afternoon.

According to the city’s current traffic accidents page, the accident occurred at about 1:22 p.m. on the Ellington Parkway near the Douglas Avenue overpass.

Investigators are working to determine an official cause of the crash at this time. However, at least one person sustained injuries as a result.

We will update this blog with further information should it be released to the public.

If you have been injured due to a collision in the Nashville area, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries and other expenses. The Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law will fight to secure the maximum amount in compensation following a preventable crash. Contact us today at (844) 204-6765 to speak with a licensed attorney in-depth about the details of your claim.

News: Woman, dog injured in east Nashville hit-and-run

by Ponce Law | February 26th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Police are searching for the driver responsible for a hit-and-run collision that injured a woman walking her dog in east Nashville Tuesday afternoon.

According to WKRN, Kara Smoak was struck by a Chevrolet SUV that clipped her side and passed over her dog which ran under the vehicle.

Fortunately, neither Smoak nor her dog sustained serious injuries as a result of the crash. No further identifying information with regard to the driver is available at this time.

The precise location of the incident is not mentioned in the report.

If you have been injured as a result of the reckless behavior of another driver in the Nashville area, you have the right to seek compensation under Tennessee law. The Nashville pedestrian accident attorneys with Ponce Law will make it their mission to get you the money you rightfully deserve. Contact us today at (844) 204-6765 to schedule a completely free review of your claim.

News: At least 1 injured after collision on James Robertson Pkwy.

by Ponce Law | February 25th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Officers reported at least one injury resulting from a collision in central Nashville Thursday afternoon.

According to the city’s current traffic accidents page, the incident occurred at about 2:37 p.m. within the 700 block of James Robertson Parkway near the Rosa L Parks Boulevard interchange.

The cause of the crash is unclear at this time. The number of injuries sustained as a result is also unknown.

We will update this blog with further details should they be made available to the public.

Have you been injured due to the reckless actions of another driver in Nashville? If so, the Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law can secure the compensation you are entitled to. Don’t wait to seek up following an unexpected crash. Contact us today at (844) 204-6765 to schedule a free consultation with a member of our experienced legal team.

News: Police respond to injury crash near south Nashville shopping center

by Ponce Law | February 25th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Police in south Nashville were called to the scene of an injury collision at a shopping center in the Brentwood neighborhood Thursday afternoon.

According to the city’s current traffic accidents page, the accident occurred at about 1:42 p.m. at the shopping complex within the 780 block of Old Hickory Blvd. just east of I-65.

The cause of the crash is unclear at this time. However, at least one person was hurt as a result.

The extent of injuries sustained as a result are unknown.

Have you been injured due to a collision at the hands of another driver in the Nashville area? If so, the Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law can get you the compensation you are entitled to following an unexpected crash. Contact our offices today at (844) 204-6765 to speak with a licensed attorney about the details of your individual claim

News: Pedestrian struck, killed by WeGo Star train in Donelson

by Ponce Law | February 25th, 2021

DONELSON, TN – One person was killed after being struck by a WeGo Star Train while walking near a station in Donelson Wednesday evening.

According to WKRN, the accident took place at about 4:30 p.m. near the train station on Shady Grove Road.

It is unclear why the unidentified victim was walking on the tracks at the time of the incident. All 32 passengers on the train were unhurt.

If you have lost a loved one as the result of a pedestrian accident in the Nashville area, you have the right to seek compensation under Tennessee law. The Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law will make it their mission to get you the money you deserve. Contact us today at 615) 235-0078 to schedule a free review of your claim.

News: Collision blocks all lanes on Beechcroft Rd.

by Ponce Law | February 24th, 2021

SPRING HILL, TN – Authorities in Spring Hill were forced to close Beechcroft Road in all directs following a Tuesday morning.

According to Total Traffic Nashville, the accident was reported at about 10:50 a.m. along Beechcroft Rd. between Carters Creek Pike and Charles Lane.

It is unclear if any injuries were sustained as a result of the crash. However, police were forced to shut down this portion of the roadway for some time following the crash. 

Have you been injured due to a collision at the hands of another driver in the Nashville area? If so, the Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law can get you the compensation you are entitled to following an unexpected crash. Contact our offices today at (844) 204-6765 to speak with a licensed attorney about the details of your individual claim

News: At least 1 hurt following I-65 crash

by Ponce Law | February 24th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Officers with the Nashville Police Department were called to the scene of a collision along I-65 late Wednesday morning.

According to the city’s current traffic accidents page, the incident took place at about 10:37 a.m. within the southbound lanes of the interstate near Old Hickory Boulevard.

The cause of the crash is unclear at this time. However, police say at least one person was injured as a result.

We will update this blog with any further details as they are made available.

At Ponce Law, our experienced team of Nashville car accident attorneys has secured millions in compensation for the victims of senseless crashes. We will handle every aspect of the complex legal system with the goal of getting you the money you deserve. Contact our offices today at 404-647-0653 to speak with a licensed attorney about the details of your claim.

News: 59-year-old woman killed in 6-vehicle collision on I-24

by Ponce Law | February 24th, 2021

NASHVILLE, TN – Police in Nashville have released the identity of the woman killed in a major collision along I-24 Tuesday morning.

According to Fox 17 Nashville, the accident took place shortly after 10:10 a.m. along the interstate at the northbound split to I-65.

Investigators believe the driver of an 18-wheeler, 65-year-old Alexandre Koul, failed to brake while merging and collided with the rear of a Nissan Armada. The force of the impact sent the Nissan into a Jeep Wrangler driven by 59-year-old Lois Mader.

Mader’s vehicle collided with a pickup truck and then a second tractor-trailer. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

No other serious injuries were reported as a direct result of the crash. It is unclear if Koul will face any charges at this time.

If you have lost a loved one as the result of a preventable collision in the Nashville area, you could be entitled to significant financial compensation. The Nashville car accident attorneys with Ponce Law will fight to get you the maximum amount in compensation following a tragic loss. Don’t wait to seek help. Contact us today at 404-647-0653 to set up a free consultation with a seasoned attorney.

Why Are Drivers Sometimes Considered Partially at Fault for Crashes?

by Staff Blogger | February 24th, 2021

Tennessee is an “at-fault” state, which means that liability for auto accident falls on the drivers who evidence points towards being the causes of those crashes. But not all crashes are cut-and-dry affairs.

Sometimes, one driver may be 100% at fault (i.e., they ran a red light), but other times, they may be only 75% at fault or less. But as long as an injured driver is considered 49% at fault or less, they can file a compensation claim against the other driver, which will be reduced based on their level of fault.

A common example of an injured driver being partially at fault for an accident is a crash occurring where a driver ran a stop sign and crashed into another vehicle, but other driver didn’t have their lights on. Both drivers were violating traffic laws, but the driver who ran the stop sign will likely be assigned more blame for the crash than the driver who failed to turn on their headlights.

Police often assign blame when they arrive at crash scenes, but their reports aren’t always 100% accurate. That’s why it’s important to get an experienced Nashville auto accident lawyer right away. We’ll review all the evidence and the police report to ensure that the facts of what happened are reported correctly. And if we see discrepancies or errors, we’ll work hard to get them corrected to protect your rights.

Don’t be dissuaded from pursuing a compensation claim after a crash, even if you are partially at fault. You may still be eligible for a settlement. Contact Ponce Law today for a free consultation to learn more about your options.

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