November 2016 Archives

6 children dead after tragic Tennessee school bus accident

A tragic bus crash claimed the lives of six children in late November. A total of 37 children were riding aboard the school bus when the driver lost control after striking a mailbox and utility pole. The force of the accident caused the bus to flip over on its side and plow into a tree on the side of the road.

Will automakers take responsibility for Takata airbag injuries?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, automakers will hold the "ultimate responsibility" for financing the costs associated with repairing the millions of deadly Takata Corp-made airbags still being found in U.S. vehicles. Auto regulators are particularly concerned about over 300,000 older cars that were recalled but still haven't been fixed.

Botched breast implant surgery leaves Tennessee woman deformed

A Middle Tennessee woman says that complications related to a recent surgery on her breasts have caused her to lose feeling in her chest area. She recently filed a malpractice lawsuit to recover damage for permanent injuries that have left her completely numb.

10 tips for avoiding car accidents

An ounce of prevention is worth a million pounds of cure when it comes to car accidents. Indeed, considering that a car crash can result in catastrophic, life-changing injuries or death, those Tennessee drivers who are able to circumvent a serious crash will be doing themselves and others on the road the biggest favor of their lives. Funny enough, the smallest and simplest changes of behavior can be life-saving in this regard.

DUI driver claims 2 lives in Tennessee

A Georgia man was arrested in Clarksville after an unfortunate crash claimed the lives of two people. According to police, the man caused the accident because he was driving drunk. They charged him with vehicle assault, vehicle homicide, failure to adhere to a traffic signal and DUI.