December 2016 Archives

New vehicle features promise to reduce car accident risks

Technology has come a long way in recent years, and soon drivers will likely be able to surrender their steering wheels over to a computer in order to improve road safety for all. In the meantime, however, Tennessee drivers and passengers are benefiting from some miraculous new safety features like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping support and other automation and crash avoidance features.

Wrong site surgery claims: Who's fault was it?

It might seem obvious that if a hospital and surgeon, and all the nurses and surgical assists, allow a surgical procedure to happen on the wrong body part or on the wrong part of the body, it must be the doctor or hospital's fault. However, the fault of the hospital must still be proven by the injured plaintiff in these cases.

Husband and wife dead after wrong way crash in Tazewell

No matter how safe we drive, there is always the chance of a tragic accident occurring. When such an unexpected event happens, lives can be lost, catastrophic injuries can happen and many lives can be permanently and irrevocably affected.