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Who’s Responsible if You’re Injured by a Rideshare Driver?

You’re paying for a ride thanks to a driver you’ve contacted through an app like Uber or Lyft. Whether it’s just for convenience, because you can’t drive because of a medical condition or the fact that you’ve had too much to drink to safely drive, you’re on your way to your destination when the driver makes a mistake. Your vehicle strikes another and you’re injured. Who will compensate you for the harm you’ve suffered?

Why Car Crashes Cause Congestion and More Crashes

Practically every driver has been tempted by the sight of an accident. This practice of switching attention from the road to the crash location, colloquially known as “rubbernecking,” can sometimes lead to serious and even fatal outcomes.

Evidence That Should be Collected to Win a Truck Accident Case

Critical evidence in trucking accident lawsuits should be obtained sooner rather than later after the crash. This is a summary of some of the information to get.

How can you combat motorcycle unawareness?

On behalf of Law Offices of Seaton & Bates, PLLC posted in Motorcycle Wrecks on Friday, May 25, 2018. As a motorcyclist in Tennessee, you understand the risks associated with riding alongside covered vehicles.

Distracted drivers: Is there one in your midst?

On behalf of Law Offices of Seaton & Bates, PLLC on Friday, June 1, 2018. How many times a day do you drive somewhere? If you're similar to the average Tennessee motorist, you may have to get behind the wheel two, three or more times in a single day.

Summer is high-risk time for collisions in Tennessee

On behalf of Law Offices of Seaton & Bates, PLLC on Friday, July 27, 2018. If you're a baby boomer or older, you may recall a time in the U.S. when it was commonplace for families to take Sunday drives.

Nashville motorcycle crash highlights left-turn dangers

On behalf of Law Offices of Seaton & Bates, PLLC posted in Motorcycle Wrecks on Saturday, August 18, 2018. Motorcycle enthusiasts in Tennessee and elsewhere are aware of the many unique hazards they face every time they ride.

How much driving can a trucker do each day?

On behalf of Law Offices of Seaton & Bates, PLLC posted in Truck Wrecks on Wednesday, September 12, 2018. When you drive a truck in Tennessee, you may sometimes think you are up to driving for another hour or so.

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