Tennessee is well known for many things: the Great Smoky Mountains, the Grand Ole Opry, Graceland, Davy Crockett and Dolly Parton, among others. Unfortunately, it is also notable for car crash fatalities.
Are you becoming increasingly uncomfortable at your place of work because of racial slurs against you? Everyone is born with different skin colors: Yours happens to be white.
It does not matter whether you were in a horrific rollover or rear-ended while sitting at a traffic light. You might have nothing more visible than a couple of bruises to show for the accident, but you should seek medical help promptly.
As motorists, we all face distractions every day; they come in many forms. Texting, however, is the most dangerous type of distraction, and many drivers are far too complacent about it.
Bicycles have become so popular that we even see riders out and about on rainy or snowy days: Bad weather conditions do not deter avid cyclists, and you may be a member of this group.
Even for first offenders, a conviction for driving under the influence can be costly in the state of Tennessee. A few drinks with friends can easily lead to weighty consequences the moment someone gets behind the wheel.
Eighteen-wheelers are a common sight on our Tennessee roadways. Most of the time, everyone gets where they are going safely, but you may notice something odd about the truck traveling in the next lane that raises red flags in your mind.
You are the only person in the company you work for who has a disability. A recent car accident left you with a spinal injury that now requires you to use a wheelchair. Unfortunately, you are in the IT department, which is in a very small room crowded with cubicles, desks and computer equipment.
If you are the victim of a low-impact collision, you may think your car suffered most of the damage. It might be days before you realize you have sustained an injury since the symptoms may not show up right away.
As an older motorcycle rider, you probably feel younger than you are when you take your bike out for a spin on the open road. Being part of the sixty-and-over crowd, you enjoy the camaraderie of other motorcyclists of your generation who feel the same way.