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Monthly Archives: December 2020

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How Not Wearing a Seatbelt Factors into Car Accident Claims

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Earlier this year, a drunk driving accident led to a fatality on the Nashville roadways. A 25 year old was driving a Chevrolet Impala while having a blood alcohol level over three times the legal limit. A 62-year-old passenger was in the back seat and not wearing his seat belt when the Impala crossed… Read More »

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Common Mechanical Problems that Lead to Car Accidents

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

While many accidents on the Tennessee roadway are caused by driver negligence or recklessness, in some cases a crash may be caused by a mechanical failure in the vehicle. There are many parts in a car or truck that can fail while driving and cause an accident. If you or a loved one have… Read More »

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When is a Trucking Company Liable in an Accident?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

When most people think about who is responsible for a truck accident, they immediately think of the driver. However, the trucking companies that hire the drivers may also be liable for damages in certain situations, providing even more compensation to victims injured in these tragic crashes. At Mitch Grissim & Associates, we investigate all… Read More »

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The Most Common Types of Car Accidents

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Car accidents take many different shapes and forms, and the type of car accident can have a significant impact on the severity and injuries that victims suffer as a result of the crash. The knowledgeable car accident attorneys at Mitch Grissim & Associates have experience handling all types of car accident cases and are… Read More »

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What to Expect after an Amputation Injury

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Around 1.8 million people across the United States live with an amputation, and thousands of amputations occur each year due to accidents and injury. An injury that is catastrophic enough to cause or require amputation is often one of the most traumatic experiences of a person’s life, and it is important to know what… Read More »

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Car Accidents Caused by Drunk Drivers

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs cause countless accidents around the Nashville area every year, injuring passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and other drivers on the road. In many cases, the consequences of a drunk driving accident are often far more serious than other types of car accidents because of the drunk driver’s inability… Read More »

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Types of Noneconomic Damages Awarded in a Personal Injury Case

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

After an accident in Tennessee, personal injury victims are entitled to both economic and noneconomic damages for their injuries. Economic damages pay for out of pocket costs, such as medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and the loss of future income and benefits that are all easy to calculate with receipts, records, and paystubs…. Read More »

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Is One Type of Auto Accident More Dangerous than Others?

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

An accident can happen in a split second on the road in Tennessee, and there are many different types of auto accidents that cause a range of injuries to accident victims. But is there one type of accident that is more dangerous than the others? At Mitch Grissim & Associates, our team of Nashville… Read More »

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What You Should Know about Motorcycle Rollover Accidents

By Mitch Grissim & Associates |

Rollover vehicle accidents are one of the most catastrophic types of crashes for injury victims, and motorcycle rollovers are no exception. In fact, motorcycle rollover accidents are often more devastating than other types of vehicle rollovers because of the lack of protection that a motorcycle provides to its driver and passenger. The experienced Nashville… Read More »

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