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  • Worker Killed in Nissan Plant Accident in Tennessee

    by: mdp | June 21, 2013
    A technician at the Nissan plant in Smyrna, Tennessee, was killed last weekend, marking the second fatal accident to take place at the vehicle assembly plant in just two months.…

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  • AAA Study Finds Hands-Free Technology a Dangerous Distraction

    by: mdp | June 19, 2013
    Voice-activated features on today’s cell phones may make it easier for drivers to text or talk on the phone while behind the wheel, but a new AAA study indicates that…

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  • State Faulted in Teen’s 2010 Tennessee Car Accident Death

    by: mdp | June 17, 2013
    The Tennessee Claims Commission recently placed some of the fault on the state in the tragic car accident that resulted in the death of 18-year-old Shipley Buckner in 2010. The…

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  • TN Motorcycle Helmet Bill Passed by State Senate, Advances to Full Senate

    by: mdp | June 14, 2013
    Legislation that would reduce requirements for wearing helmets on motorcycles in Tennessee has been passed by the Tennessee State Senate and will now advance to the full Senate for consideration.…

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  • Jury Awards Truck Driver $3.7 Million for Injuries Sustained in TN Traffic Accident

    by: mdp | June 11, 2013
    A Tennessee jury recently awarded $3.7 million in damages to Donriel A. Borne, a truck driver who suffered debilitating injuries when his big-rig was struck from behind by another semi-truck…

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  • Contributory Negligence vs. Comparative Negligence in Tennessee

    by: mdp | June 5, 2013
    In Tennessee, personal injury law involves civil claims in which a person is injured through the negligence, intentional misconduct or recklessness of another person, company, or property owner. A personal…

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  • Safety Stand-Down Designed to Prevent Heat-Related Illness on the Job Site

    by: mdp | June 4, 2013
    With summer just around the corner, Tennessee companies with employees working outside should be aware of the dangers of heat-related illness at the workplace. In order to raise awareness about…

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  • New Study Finds Helmets Significantly Reduce Severity of Head Injuries

    by: mdp | May 29, 2013
    According to the findings of a new study, bicyclists who ride without a helmet are nearly six times more likely to sustain a major head injury than a helmeted rider.…

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  • CPSC Report Names Drowning as Leading Cause of Death for Children

    by: mdp | May 24, 2013
    The promise of warm weather in the coming months has many Americans looking forward to using backyard and community swimming pools, but the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is…

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  • New Study Finds No Safety Benefits in Hands-Free Texting

    by: mdp | May 22, 2013
    According to a new study conducted by the Texas Transportation Institute, it is no safer to send text messages using a voice-to-text app while driving than it is to sent…

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