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Saint Patrick’s Day is March 17th. Most years, the day itself falls on a weekday and, while revelry often occurs on the subsequent weekend, things tend to get a bit wilder when the actual day falls on a Friday or Saturday.
If you plan on going out on the 17th, it is important that you take extra care to avoid getting into an accident....Read More
After a car crash, the steps taken on the scene and in the days and weeks that follow will have a direct impact on your ability to collect fair compensation. This makes what you do following a car accident incredibly important. Chattanooga personal injury attorney Herbert Thornbury is pleased to offer the following tips to help protect your physical and financial health following an auto accident.
On the Scene
Millions of people take to the road every year around Thanksgiving to visit family and friends. Last year, AAA reported nearly 49 million people traveled 50+ miles from home to celebrate the holiday, many of those traveling on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving itself.
This year, industry trade group, Airlines for America, reports a 3% increase in airline tickets purchased for travel...Read More
The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security reports that there 206,380 motor vehicle accidents in Tennessee in 2016. 12,587 of those occurred in Hamilton County.
- 353 motor vehicle accidents in Hamilton County involved...
Herbert Thornbury has been a car accident lawyer in the Chattanooga area for decades. He's seen all sorts of car accidents, and all sorts of causes of these accidents. There are a lot of things that can go wrong on the road.
But there's no doubt that one of the most common causes of car accidents is distracted driving. These days, there are so...Read More
Loading the cargo for a massive commercial truck is a surprisingly precise, delicate operation. These trucks already have a very high center of gravity, and controlling them is a difficult task in even the best of situations. For that reason it's very important that a truck's cargo be loaded carefully, and with a keen eye to the physics involved.
However, Mr. Thornbury has seen time and again...Read More
The Takata airbag disaster has claimed many victims. Now, it has claimed what is undoubtedly its most ironic victim: the Takata Corporation itself.
The airbag manufacturer is filing for bankruptcy in both Japan and the United States, a direct result of a controversy involving shoddy airbags that sprayed shrapnel upon deployment. Takata is finalizing the sale of most of its business to...Read More