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Wrongful death: Teenager dies in wrong-way accident

There are many things that can be done to ensure that teenagers are prepared for the potential dangers that they will encounter when they begin driving on Tennessee roadways. However, there are many incidents that no driver -- regardless of their experience behind the wheel -- can avoid. Unfortunately, a teenager recently lost her life in a collision that could ultimately lead to a wrongful death lawsuit.

Employment law case alleges discrimination, wrongful termination

Most people in Tennessee who work realize that they could be fired if their job performance does not meet the expectations of their supervisors. However, they do not expect to be terminated for reporting malfunctioning equipment or following established company procedures. Unfortunately, a recently filed employment law case make allegations of wrongful termination and racial discrimination.

Tennessee car accident is a potential wrongful death incident

Driving on roadways in Tennessee and across the country has certain potential hazards. As a result, there are multiple laws in place -- including speed limits and those that determine who has the right of way -- that are intended to prevent car accidents. Unfortunately, failing to follow these laws could have serious consequences. In fact, the family of a deceased woman may choose to file a wrongful death lawsuit after a recent crash resulted in the loss of her life.

Wrongful death: Tennessee police investigate fatal crash

Those who design motor vehicles work tirelessly to add increased safety features to help protect passengers and drivers. Likewise, lawmakers enact safety laws and ensure other additional measures are put in place in an attempt to help prevent accidents. Unfortunately, these measures cannot completely prevent accidents caused by negligent drivers. In fact, the family of a Tennessee woman may be considering their legal options -- including filing a wrongful death lawsuit -- following a recent fatal crash.

Tennessee truck accidents: Victim identified

Tractor-trailers are a vital part of the economy of the United States. Through their use, goods can be transported long distances in a relatively short amount of time. However, because commercial trucks are usually large, massive vehicles, truck accidents often have horrific consequences. For example, a man recently lost his life in an accident involving a tractor-trailer in Tennessee.

Wrongful death case possible following Tennessee crash

Safe drivers obey the speed limit and other traffic laws. They drive defensively, as advised in drivers' education courses. Unfortunately, even the safest drivers are unable to avoid the negligent actions of other drivers on Tennessee roadways. For example, a woman recently lost her life in an accident believed to have been caused by a wrong-way driver. A wrongful death lawsuit could be filed as a result of the accident.

Dangerous products include cheese infected with botulism

In most instances, a ready-made food product sold to customers at a gas station, for example, has passed through several hands before making its way to the consumer. As a result, the product could be contaminated during several different stages. Despite this, few people in Tennessee consider food items sold at gas stations to be dangerous products.

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