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The rate of distracted drivers in Tennessee has steadily increased in the past ten years. In 2009, despite the presence of the law that made texting while driving illegal, the total amount of crashes due to distracted drivers was over 12,500. In 2018, that amount had almost doubled to over 24,600. The Tennessee Legislature has … Read more Chattanooga, Franklin County, Nashville TN: Hands Free July 2019
Tennessee motorists might be familiar with sharing the roadways of the state with horse-drawn buggies.
Victims of car accidents in Tennessee must ensure they have all the necessary medical reports if they intend to pursue financial relief.
Victims of car accidents in Tennessee might have grounds to file personal injury lawsuits in a civil court. However, this applies only if the negligence of another party caused their injuries.
During the months of summer, motorcyclists in Tennessee make the most of the opportunity to enjoy riding.
The ATV flipped over and slid several feet before it came to a halt.