Collision Claims Life of Franklin Woman

February 29th, 2012|blog|

At around 3:57 on the morning of February 22nd, a police officer in Nashville put out an alert for a white Lexus that had turned onto 13th Avenue from south of Broadway and continued down [...]

Oak Grove Child Dies After Dog Attack

February 12th, 2012|blog, personal injury|

Police in nearby Oak Grove, TN said a 6-year-old boy has now died after being attacked by a small German Shepherd Sunday night. The child was playing in the backyard at the home of a family [...]

2011 Tennessee’s Traffic Deaths Lowest Since 1963

January 20th, 2012|blog|

According to figures from the Governor's Highway Safety Office and the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security, the state’s traffic-related deaths for 2011 were 947, 84 fewer than the previous year. That makes last [...]

Nashville Woman T-Boned by a Careless Driver Sought Mitch’s Help

November 18th, 2011|blog|

And got the money she deserved for her auto accident injuries!

Salvation Army’s Annual Angel Tree Program Now Through Dec. 3

November 15th, 2011|blog|

The Salvation Army is offering Middle Tennessee residents the opportunity to help a needy child this Christmas. Until Dec. 3, Angel Tree booths will be located in each of Nashville's four malls, The Mall at [...]

Nashville Lawyers, Celebs, CEOs Can Join Us

August 10th, 2011|blog|

The offices of Nashville lawyer Mitch Grissim & Associates wants to encourage the all the movers and shakers of Nashville business to join in promoting Drive Safely Work Week 2011 this fall.   The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety (NETS) and the United States Department of Transportation have been joining forces since 1994 to get the word out about safer driving practices. Their partnership began just in the nick of time, because, as we all know, there have been significant changes to the way we drive since then. Most notable is the fact that everyone has a cell phone these days… and an mp3 player… and a laptop or touch screen computer… And we eat on the run (as always). Point being, music business and tech moguls, real estate agents and lawyers all over Nashville are distracted while driving. […]