Methamphetamine, also known as crystal meth, is a dangerous substance that has a reputation as a party drug. As a potent stimulant, this drug can cause an intense high that is associated with reckless behavior. Along with mental and behavioral effects, crystal meth can also cause serious health issues, especially when the drug is taken for a long period of time.
In the state of Tennessee, accidents involving drunk drivers are a far too common occurrence. If you have found yourself the victim of one, you probably want to know what options you have for seeking compensation. You can file claims against the responsible driver and his or her insurance company. Did you know you may also be able to file legal claims against any business that served him or her alcohol just before the crash?
Driving a company car in Tennessee allows you to minimize wear and tear on your personal vehicle and keeps more gas money in your own pocket. However, if you are in an accident, who is liable? At Waldron, Fann & Parsley, Attorneys at Law, we often represent clients injured in a crash with a business vehicle.