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  • How to Get Compensation If Your Teen Is Hurt in a Crash

    by: Staff Blogger | October 21, 2020
    October 18-24 is National Teen Driver Safety Week. Did you know that auto accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers? Despite this risk, it’s important for teens to…

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  • What You Should Know About Driving in Foggy Weather

    by: Staff Blogger | October 14, 2020
    Fog can occur at any time of year, but it’s more common in autumn and early winter. When it comes to inclement driving conditions, fog is in a tight race…

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  • 3 Things to Do Before You Drive on Every Trip

    by: Staff Blogger | October 7, 2020
    Being a safe driver is all about consistency. If you follow recommended safety precautions on one trip but not on another, you’re still putting yourself, your passengers, and other drivers…

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  • Here’s How to Stay Safe While Walking in Nashville

    by: Staff Blogger | October 6, 2020
    October is the first-ever National Pedestrian Safety Month. Awareness and enforcement campaigns are being highlighted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Federal Highway Administration to help…

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  • Drinking and Driving Doesn’t Always Mean Alcohol!

    by: Staff Blogger | September 30, 2020
    Everyone knows the dangers of drinking while driving. Alcohol consumption and operating a 3,500-pound vehicle simply don’t mix. But did you know that drinking ANYTHING while you’re behind the wheel…

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  • The Insurance Company Is Denying Your Injury Claim. What Now?

    by: Staff Blogger | September 23, 2020
    You were just involved in a serious auto accident. You suffered injuries, you’ve racked up medical bills, and you can’t work. The insurance company is supposed to reimburse you for…

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  • Driving While Impaired Doesn’t Just Refer to Alcohol Intoxication

    by: Staff Blogger | September 16, 2020
    The risks of driving under the influence of alcohol are well known. Law enforcement agencies and public health organizations spend a lot of money on education and enforcement campaigns. In…

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  • What Are Non-Economic Damages in Injury Claims?

    by: Staff Blogger | September 10, 2020
    In personal injury claims, an injured person can demand compensation for the damages they’ve experienced because of someone else’s negligence. Damages can include medical bills, lost income, and pain and…

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  • If You Were Hurt on Someone Else’s Property, You Need a Lawyer

    by: Staff Blogger | September 2, 2020
    Accidents happen—that’s an inescapable fact of life. But not all accidents are created equal in the eyes of the law. For example, there’s a big difference between an accident where…

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  • Injured in a Parking Lot? You May Be Eligible for Compensation.

    by: Staff Blogger | August 26, 2020
    Of all the places you drive on a weekly basis, parking lots are among the most dangerous—or at least, the most likely place for a crash to occur. It can…

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