October 5th, 2020|
CROSSVILLE, TN – A 67-year-old man died of injuries sustained in a bicycle accident in Cumberland County last week, 1057 News reports.
It happened Wednesday afternoon on the 600 block of Clint Lowe Road in Crossville. The victim was identified as Gerald L. Ellis of Lake Tansi. A motorist who saw the incident told authorities that Ellis ran off the road while approaching a curve and flipped over the bicycle handlebar. First responders arrived on the scene to find Ellis in a ditch.
He was transported in an air medical helicopter and died later at an area trauma center. Investigators do not suspect any foul play was involved in the incident.
Bicycle accidents often result in serious injuries, leaving victims to face expensive medical bills, time away from work, and pain and suffering. After an injury that wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t have to worry about paperwork or communication with the insurance company—let our trusted Nashville bicycle accident attorneys take care of your injury claim while you focus on your health. Call us 24/7 at (844) 204-6765 or fill out a free initial consultation form to get started.
July 9th, 2020|
MT. JULIET, TN – A child was hospitalized after being hit by a car while riding a bicycle in Wilson County, according to WKRN.
The accident happened Wednesday afternoon on Windtree Trace Blvd. near Windtree Court in Mt. Juliet, police said. The 11-year-old was taken to the hospital with injuries described as non-life-threatening.
Details have not yet been released on the circumstances that led to the crash.
If you were hurt or if you lost a loved one in a collision in Nashville, contact Ponce Law right away for help. Our Nashville bicycle accident lawyers have more than 25 years of experience helping people like you get the justice and fair compensation they deserve when someone else’s negligence causes them harm. Call us at (844) 204-6765 or reach out to us online. We’re available 24/7 to take your call.
April 11th, 2014|
Getting the citizens of Middle Tennessee to bicycle and walk more is crucial to improving traffic and health in the region. But the increase in the volume of these types of travel come with risks of collisions with motor vehicles that can result in serious injuries such as organ and tissue damage, Broken Bones, and lacerations.
To reduce the number of accidents that involve cyclists and pedestrians, officials have announced that Nashville will host the 3rd Annual Tennessee Bike Summit. The event will bring together bicycle enthusiasts, lawmakers, engineers, and others to discuss how the state can improve infrastructure design to benefit those who choose to travel by foot or bike.
The event will take place over the weekend of May 14-17 and will feature several bicycle outings around the city during that time. The event will culminate in the Tour de Nash on Saturday morning.
Those who wish to attend the event should sign up as soon as possible to lock in an early bird registration price of $65. Anyone who wishes to participate in the Tour de Nash can take part for an additional $10.
The Nashville Personal Injury Lawyers with Ponce Law are looking forward to this event and are hopeful it is successful in improving riding conditions in Tennessee!