People go about their lives in Tennessee not giving much thought about what minute may be their last. Getting in and out of cabs driven by people trying to make a living is something people do every day. In the Chelsea section of Memphis, a crash took the life of one person and seriously injured two others. Chelsea has been the location of many serious car accidents in the past.
A lot will race through your mind after experiencing a car accident. You may need to go directly to the hospital, which is what happened to four individuals who were in a three-vehicle crash on I-65 on May 19th.
A recent report on the state of life in Tennessee emphasized the need to recognize and provide for the needs of working mothers. Nearly 55% of adult women in Tennessee are currently working or seeking employment. While workplace discrimination against women is prohibited by federal employment law, Tennessee comes up short in providing accommodations for working mothers.
Caring for aging parents is one of the most challenging tasks that many adults face. They care for parents at home for as long as they can but as parents age and develop maladies, such as Alzheimer's, skilled care may be required. In one such instance in Tennessee a woman lost her mother because of what she believes was neglect and is suing the facility for wrongful death.
It seems that the entire world is battery operated these days. Laptop computers, cell phones, electric vehicles and any number of other items in Tennessee such as hoverboards and scooters are all powered by batteries. Most of these items run on what are believed to be efficient and long-lasting lithium-ion batteries. Many of these are purchased on Amazon, and the safety and quality of the battery being sold may be in doubt. The batteries purchased may indeed be dangerous products.