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Mar 27, 2018

Why It’s Important to Investigate a Tractor-Trailer Accident As Soon as Possible after the Crash

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The early investigation of a large truck accident can mean the difference between winning and losing a truck accident case. It can mean the difference between settling your claim and risking a jury trial. The sooner investigators speak to witness, examine the trucks, and inspect the accident site; the more likely it is that Nashville [...]

Feb 20, 2018

What is “Spoliation of Evidence,” and How Can It Affect Your Truck Accident Case?

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When you are involved in an accident with a large commercial truck the results can include devastating injuries, property damage and sometimes even death. For those fortunate enough to walk away from an 18-wheeler accident, they face massive medical bills, lost time at work and the inability to participate in their lives. When you are [...]

Feb 13, 2018

Sometimes Distracted Truck Drivers Who Kill People are Charged with Homicide

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Distracted driving is on the rise in Tennessee, according to a story on The news outlet reports that the number of distraction-related crashes is just over 22,700 as of mid-October with 81 of those crashes being fatal. Distracted driving is engaging in another activity that takes your attention away from the task of driving. [...]

Dec 14, 2017

Common Causes of Chain-Reaction Truck Crashes in Tennessee

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Large commercial trucks are prevalent along the highways in Tennessee, and accidents involving 18-wheelers, semis, tractor trailers and other types of large, commercial trucks happen far too frequently. One of the most devastating type of truck accident is the chain reaction collision or the multiple vehicle crash caused by these massive vehicles. What causes chain [...]

Dec 7, 2017

Will Speed Limiting Devices Help Prevent Truck Accidents?

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Last summer, after encouragement and support from the trucking industry and traffic safety advocates, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) proposed a rule that would require large trucks to install and use speed-limiting devices. The rule would require that the speed-limiting device in a truck would [...]