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What Are Tennessee Motorcycle Safety Equipment Requirements?

What Are Tennessee Motorcycle Safety Equipment Requirements?

  • October 4th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

Cars and trucks pose a serious threat to motorcycles because bikes are significantly lighter and are not manufactured with the same safety features as passenger vehicles. For this reason, bikers are much more likely to suffer catastrophic injuries in a motorcycle accident. What Are Tennessee Motorcycle Safety Equipment Requirements? Although…

What Are the Dangers of Driving on Under-Inflated Tires?

What Are the Dangers of Driving on Under-Inflated Tires?

  • September 20th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

The scorching hot temperatures during the middle of summer are an incredibly common time for tire blowouts. A tire blowout can be a very frightening experience that may be the result of simple wear and tear, a possible tire defect, or a vehicle owner’s failure to properly inflate their tires….

Proving Fault in a Motorcycle Accident

Proving Fault in a Motorcycle Accident

  • September 5th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

After a motorcycle crash, you may have a lot of questions. Most motorcycle collisions are more serious than regular car wrecks because the resulting injuries can be very severe. With rising medical costs, lost income from work, and daily pain, many injury victims feel overwhelmed with nowhere to turn, particularly…

How to Get the Police Report after a Car Accident in Tennessee

How to Get the Police Report after a Car Accident in Tennessee

  • April 11th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

In the moments right after a car accident, it may be hard to focus on which documents to ask for. Unfortunately, failing to obtain and carefully track all of the documentation after a crash could be a serious mistake. Accurate documentation, such as police reports, is vital for defending your…

Using Tennessee 511 to Prevent an Accident

Using Tennessee 511 to Prevent an Accident

  • March 28th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

The state of Tennessee offers a program called Tennessee 511 that notifies drivers of potential hazards, delays, and road conditions via mobile phone or website. Drivers can see hazards and conditions listed on the site, along with a view from a live camera, speed data, and messages on the overhead…

Is Tennessee a No-Fault State?

Is Tennessee a No-Fault State?

  • March 26th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

If you or someone you love has been seriously hurt in a car accident, you may be considering filing a personal injury lawsuit if the crash was caused by the negligent actions of another party.  You may have heard term “no-fault state,” and you may be wondering what that means…

Uber and Lyft Accidents: Who Is Responsible?

Uber and Lyft Accidents: Who Is Responsible?

  • March 12th, 2018
  • The Law Office of David E. Gordon

If you are injured in a collision with a driver who is working for Uber or Lyft, or if you are hurt while riding as a passenger with one of the popular ridesharing services, you may be unsure of who is ultimately responsible for your injuries. Car accident cases involving…

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