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How Do Your Automobile and Health Insurance Policies Divide Coverage for Your Crash Injuries?

If you live in Tennessee and you’ve been injured in an auto accident, do you know which insurance policy — automobile or medical — you should look to for compensation? Read More

Due to COVID-19 , Some Police Departments Not Responding to Minor Auto Accident Calls

Police officers and other first responders face increased risks due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has changed nearly every facet of our lives. As stay at home orders in many Read More

What Are the Risks if Auto Insurance is Suspended or Canceled During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Severe restrictions on travel, health fears and closed workplaces have sharply curtailed automobile traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic. Accidents have dropped so much that many auto insurance companies are providing Read More

Drop in Car Crashes, Spike in Bicycle Accidents Linked to Coronavirus

Once Americans came to understand how deadly the coronavirus can be and how easily it is passed from person to person, transportation habits changed. Not only did people drastically curtail Read More

How Is Comparative Fault Measured in Tennessee Pedestrian Accident Cases?

When pedestrians and cars collide, it’s always the person on foot who’s hurt. Yet, while pedestrian accidents are usually attributed to driver carelessness, some cases can involve shared liability. Pedestrians Read More

How Can Damages be Recovered After a Single-Car Accident in Tennessee?

If you have been injured in car crash, either as a driver or passenger, it’s vital to understand your potential rights to monetary compensation. When no other vehicle was involved, Read More

Insurance Fault Laws in Tennessee

Tennessee is a fault state when it comes to car accidents. This means whoever was mostly at fault for a crash is the one who is financially and legally liable Read More

How Comparative Fault Impacts Your Tennessee Auto Accident Case

Comparative fault is a legal concept based on the fact that more than one driver can be responsible for an auto accident. So, if two drivers make a mistake on Read More

Auto Insurance Requirements in Tennessee

Tennessee enacted mandatory automobile insurance in 1977. Today all drivers are required to carry at least the minimum amount of liability coverage for accidents, in these amounts: Bodily injury to one Read More

The Hazards of Fatigued Truckers on Tennessee Roads

Truck drivers have hard jobs. Their work takes them away from their homes and families for days or weeks at a time. While they are on the road, they work Read More

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