Negligent DUI Drivers Affect Entire Communities | Nashville Personal Injury Lawyers

May 22nd, 2013|blog|

Just last week we were discussing the horrible consequences that drunk driving can have. Unfortunately it seems like very little time passes without hearing another tragic story of a person or persons whose lives will [...]

A Good Time in Downtown Nashville Can Go South Quickly

May 14th, 2013|blog|

There’s a lot of hustle and bustle in downtown Nashville on the weekends. There’s a lot to do, a lot of places to hear live music, grab a drink with friends, and have some fun [...]

Big Trucks Make For Big Wrecks in Middle Tennessee

March 8th, 2013|blog|

On Saturday morning emergency crews arrived to the scene of a Nashville semi-truck accident. The tractor trailer was completely destroyed; half of it was dangling off the interstate while the other half laid in a [...]

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Sends Dozens of Children to Hospital

January 16th, 2013|blog|

Nashville emergency rooms were flooded Monday with multiple children suffering what appeared to be flu-like symptoms. The children had all come from Nashville’s Drexel Preparatory Academy and school officials had gone as far to close [...]

Middle Tennessee Winters Pose a Threat to Drivers

December 17th, 2012|blog|

We’re quickly approaching the holidays, and winter weather is approaching quickly as well. Winters in Middle Tennessee can be unpredictable. When ice and snow finds its way onto our streets, car accidents become much more [...]

The Angel Tree Program: How Nashville Helped Launch the High-Profile Program that Makes Christmas Bright for So Many

December 1st, 2011|blog|

The Salvation Army's Angel Tree program first came to Nashville in 1982. Majors Charles and Shirley White launched Angel Tree in the Music City when they were transfered to Nashville that year from Virginia. Only [...]