Fatal accidents caused by drunk drivers are among the most preventable. Most people are aware that drinking and driving don't mix and that a person who has been drinking should not drive. In this day and age of so many ride options, Uber and Lyft for example, obtaining alternate transportation is not difficult. Sadly, drivers who have been drinking still choose to get behind the wheel, sometimes causing serious car accidents in Tennessee as a result.
Balancing work and motherhood is an ongoing battle for many American women. Many women have to work to support their families and so return to work in Tennessee as soon as they are physically able. In a recent case in another state a woman is suing her employer for failing to accommodate her needs as a nursing mother. Recent changes in employment law can further protect nursing mothers.
Car accidents are traumatic experiences. Not only can they cause severe physical injuries, but they can take a toll on your emotions as well. You may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder following a motor vehicle collision.
Moving into a brand new house is an exciting time for a family. It is often viewed with great anticipation and excitement of new beginnings and new adventures to come. One would not anticipate being involved in a wrongful death lawsuit against the builder less than a year after moving into a new home in Tennessee.
Traffic fatalities are a sad reality in Tennessee. Many of these tragedies could possibly be avoided if the numerous distractions available to today's drivers were ignored. Such distractions as cellphones, food or fatigue can divert the attention of a driver for an instant, which can be all that is needed for truck accidents to happen.