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Victim suffers personal injury when car was crushed by concrete

Accidents occur on Tennessee roadways on a daily basis. Typically, many accidents will share similarities and may be the result of reckless, distracted driving and/or weather hazards. For one individual, he or she suffered personal injury from an unusual car accident that officials from the Tennessee Department of Transportation are saying is a "once-in-a-lifetime accident."

Officer suffers personal injury from driver on ATV

Rules and laws for Tennessee roadways exist for the safety of all travelers, no matter what type of vehicle they travel. The laws also exist to protect travelers on foot. Sadly, a long-time police officer suffered serious personal injury after an unusual crash. He was hit and drug down the street by a four-wheeler traveling with a group of other reckless drivers on ATVs, motorcycles and dirt bikes.

School bus accident results in personal injury of 5 students

It is certainly alarming to hear that a child has been placed in harm's way, especially when in the care of someone else. Unfortunately, several Tennessee families received news that their children had been involved in a school bus wreck. Although no one suffered a serious personal injury, any injuries requiring medical attention can result in expensive medical bills.

Cell phone distraction results in man's fatal personal injury

Families of deceased victims involved in motor vehicle accidents often find it overwhelming to process insurance claims, police reports, medical and burial expenses. In cases where the findings of an accident are complicated and difficult to understand, families may find the assistance of a personal injury attorney helpful when processing the aftermath of a fatal accident. The Tennessee Highway Patrol is currently investigating a crash involving a motorist and a bicycle rider that resulted in the rider's death.

Man suffers serious personal injury after school bus crash

A Tennessee State trooper witnessed and helped rescue a victim from a recent horrific motor vehicle collision. The crash occurred between a public school bus and an SUV. Sadly, the driver of the SUV suffered serious personal injury and remains under medical care. 

Personal injury: What happens after a scooter accident?

Some people in Tennessee have discovered a new way to get around town. Electric scooters manufactured by companies such as Bird and Lime have begun operating in many areas by offering electric scooters for public use. Anyone in the city has the ability to rent a scooter by connecting it to an application on a smartphone. While the scooters are helping many people travel longer distances in a shorter amount of time, riders could be at risk for personal injury.

Personal injury: Man dies during Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival

Large festivals have been an enjoyment of music lovers for many years. For the last 17 years, thousands of people have flocked to a community in Tennessee for a four-day music festival, and many choose to camp on the provided grounds for accommodations. Unfortunately, the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival does not always go as planned for attendees, and many leave with a personal injury. This year, a man died while attending the festival.

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