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Blog Posts in July, 2014Blog Home
Man dies in fiery 3-truck collision on major freeway
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jul 31, 2014According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a 24-year-old man died in a fiery multi-truck crash by mile marker 364 on Interstate 40 in Loudon County on July 29. No one else involved in the truck accident was injured. Highway authorities report that the accident happened around 6:30 a.m. when a 24-year-old man driving a tractor-trailer eastbound on the highway struck a Ford pickup truck from the ...Continue Reading
Children face surprising fatality risk in alcohol-related crashes
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jul 24, 2014It's very painful to even imagine the thought of losing a loved one at a young age. At that point in life, children have so much more to learn and accomplish. This is why fatal motor vehicle accidents involving children feel especially tragic. At a young age, children typically look to adults to provide safety and security. However, unfortunate data from the National Highway Traffic Safety ...Continue Reading
Are medicine labels setting parents up to provide wrong doses?
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jul 18, 2014Parents don't want to see their children feeling ill or in pain. With this is mind, it's understandable why parents take their kids to the doctor to see if any remedy is available. Oftentimes, the solution comes in the form of a prescription. In many cases, children cannot swallow pills, so medication is delivered in liquid form. While this may provide an easy way to administer the medicine ...Continue Reading
Are crash-avoidance systems the key to limiting truck accidents?
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jul 9, 2014Every year, it seems as though auto manufacturers are adding new features to vehicles in order to enhance driver experience. These features could include built-in GPS guidance or smartphone integration, but others focus on something more critical: safety. A recent report from the New York Times suggests that many large truck manufacturers are turning to the technology sometimes added to passenger ...Continue Reading
Drunk driving accidents aren't caused by a simple mistake
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Jul 3, 2014In many contexts, we discuss the topic of car accidents caused by negligence. These cases involve a driver who fails to operate with care or caution. Even though drivers should always be careful, they don't always intend to cause an accident. This is, however, not to say that negligent drivers shouldn't be held accountable. At the same time, drunk driving accidents are a little different. Becoming ...Continue Reading
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