Tennessee Flash Flood Car Safety Tips

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A catastrophic August 2021 flood swept through rural Middle Tennessee that resulted in 22 deaths. More than 50 people were also reported missing at one point. The devastation across Humphreys County was the direct result of 9 to 17 inches of rainfall dropping within a 6-hour period in the morning. The additional rainfall that occurred […]

Two Dead, Four Firefighters Injured in Avondale Hazmat Accident

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Two men died and four firefighters suffered heat injuries in an Avondale hazmat accident on Sunday August 29, 2021. The accident took place at Danny’s Truck Wash at 925 N 101st Ave, Avondale, AZ. The two men were trapped in the vault of a semi-truck, where they were exposed to hazardous chemicals. Firefighters donned hazmat […]

What is Nevada’s Good Samaritan Law?

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Nevada law encourages people to help others in emergency situations. Whether a person was injured in a car accident, bicycle accident, or any other type of accident, you have a great deal of protection if you choose to help someone that is hurt. This protection is commonly referred to as the “Nevada Good Samaritan Law.” […]

Can Bars Be Held Liable for Drunk Drivers in Arizona?

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In 2019, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that 309 people in Arizona died in traffic accidents involving a driver who was under the influence of alcohol. When looking at this data, a pattern quickly emerges: the higher a driver’s reported blood alcohol concentration (BAC), the more likely they were to cause a […]

How Long Can Someone Sue You After a Car Accident?

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Recovering from a car accident can be a long and difficult process. After an accident, you should be focused on your health and well being. You do not want to be worried that someone will sue you after a car accident. To help you understand what the legal limitations are in Nevada and how a […]

Is It Illegal to Wear Headphones While Driving in Indiana?

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New hands-free driving laws took effect in Indiana on July 1, 2020. The laws were enacted to prevent instances of distracted driving, which is a significant cause of car accidents in Indiana. As with most new laws, people have questions about the specifics. One of the most common questions the personal injury lawyers at Lerner […]

Fiery 8-vehicle Wreck on Camelback Road in Phoenix Left 4 Injured

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Four people were injured in a fiery eight-vehicle car wreck in Phoenix on Sunday night around 5:00 p.m. at the intersection of Central Avenue and Camelback Road. Phoenix police suspect the multi-vehicle car accident was the result of one driver running a red light before colliding with other vehicles as they turned left into the […]

Does Arizona Have a Motorcycle Helmet Law?

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Between plenty of scenic motorcycle rides through the desert and the ability to commute faster, getting your motorcycle license in Arizona can be a both exciting and convenient addition to your life. Whether you’re a new rider or have been riding for decades, you’ve probably heard about all the safety benefits of wearing a helmet. […]

16 Do’s and Don’ts When Traveling Behind Motorcycles in Illinois

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In Illinois, we share the road with all kinds of vehicles. One of the most popular vehicles in our state is the motorcycle. In fact, of all 50 US states, Illinois has the eighth most motorcycle registrations filed as of 2019. With 314,802 bikes here, it’s important that all drivers know the do’s and don’ts […]

Can I Sue For Electric Shock at Work in Nevada?

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An employee plugs in the coffee maker and receives a shock. A construction worker cuts into a wall, slices a wire, and receives a serious burn. The head nurse at an old hospital turns on a light and is electrocuted due to old wiring. Accidents like these–and other similar work injuries caused by electric shock–do […]