Nashville accident lawyers discuss newly proposed child car seat regulations

February 7th, 2014|auto accident, blog|

Each year, there are hundreds of traffic accident fatalities in Tennessee, among the tens of thousands of accident deaths that occur annually across the US. Along with these deaths, there are many more injuries, including [...]

North Nashville Car Accident Sends Four Children to Hospital

February 2nd, 2012|blog|

Sunday night seven people were sent to Vanderbilt Medical Center after a head-on collision at an intersection in North Nashville.   According to Metro Police officials, the accident took place at the intersection of Westchester [...]

Car Accidents Don’t Have to Be Deadly for Nashville Kids

September 21st, 2010|blog|

Over the past two weeks, we have been exploring topics that could lead to lower car accident costs for Nashville and the United States as a whole. Some safety groups believe our focus has been misdirected towards issues like cell phone use and defective vehicles when most car accidents and most car accident injuries are actually caused by other factors.   Child safety seat education and law is an issue that warrants more attention, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Well, just in time, it’s National Child Passenger Safety Week which culminates with National Seat Check Saturday. Don’t miss this free opportunity to get help fitting your child in the right safety seat and getting that safety seat properly installed in your vehicle.   Child injury statistics from the CDC present a gruesome picture: four children, age 14 or younger, were killed by a motor vehicle crash every day in 2008. That’s 1,460 kids killed in a year, and countless more injured! Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for children, age 3 to 14. […]