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A rear-end collision can cause serious injury

You came to a stop at an intersection, or perhaps you slowed down because traffic in front of you was stopping for construction or an accident. Whatever your reason for stopping, without warning, the car behind you did not slow down in time and slammed into the back of your vehicle. Your car lurched forward and perhaps even struck the vehicle in front of you.

What type of drug possession charge are you facing?

When faced with a difficult situation, you may not always immediately know where to turn. In some instances, you could have the ability to tackle the challenge on your own, but in other cases, you may need help. If you face a predicament in which police have accused you of a crime, you could feel that professional legal assistance may prove useful.

Will your vehicle be locked down due to DUI problems?

When a police officer's vehicle lights are flashing in your rearview mirror, it's often enough to make your heart rate increase and blood pressure soar. You might experience increased stress levels in certain situations, such as if the flashing lights occur not long after you had a couple cold beers with friends at a local pub. Even though you're aware that the legal blood alcohol content level for driving in Tennessee is .08, and you know you only had a couple drinks, it's still worrisome.

Important steps to take in the aftermath of an auto accident.

You run down your lengthy to-do list in your mind as you make your way to town, ready to tackle the day. But then, all of a sudden, you find yourself staring at a quickly approaching car for what seems like an eternity. And then you hear the sound of metal crunching, you feel pain and you can't help but to think that getting into an accident was certainly not part of your to-do list.

Distracted drivers put everyone at risk for serious injury

The world sometimes seems busier than ever, and smart phones give us the power to access important information at virtually any time. While these advancements allow society to grow, flourish and become even more productive than ever before, they also put us at risk.

Infotainment systems increase driver distraction

Before cellphones and other mobile devices became such an integral part of most lives, people thought nothing of reaching for the knob on the car radio or adjusting the heat or defroster while driving. Those actions may seem second-nature to you now, and you may not even realize you have done it. In fact, you may no longer need to reach for your car's console to satisfy your needs.

Don't roll your eyes at rollover crash safety

During your lifetime, you may have witnessed at least one serious car accident or been involved in one yourself. This type of situation can prove frightening, and you certainly want to do your best to remain safe while on the road. In particular, you and other Tennessee residents may fear that a rollover accident could occur that leads to your suffering serious injuries.

Defending against drunk driving charges for a second time

No matter what your criminal history includes, a drunk driving charge is serious. Whether it is your first offense or you have multiple DUIs on your record, you may benefit from confronting these charges with a strong defense. When you are facing drunk driving charges for a second time in Tennessee, the stakes are higher and your need for a strong defense is more crucial than ever.

With both hands on the wheel, can a driver still be distracted?

If you use a hands-free device in your vehicle, you may assume that you are making a choice to be safe by not picking up your phone while driving. Other Tennessee drivers make the same assumption, believing that a hands-free device is much better than texting or talking on the phone while driving. In reality, these devices can also be a dangerous source of distracted driving.

If the driver in front of you doesn't see you, you're at risk

Summer months bring many tourists and visitors to Tennessee. Full-time residents also take to the road in droves on their way to vacations. College and high-school students home on break often get summer jobs as well, which also leads to heavy traffic in certain areas. Many of these travelers choose motorcycles as their preferred vehicles. There's an existing helmet law throughout the state, so all motorcycle operators are required to wear approved crash helmets while riding.

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