With the holiday season on approach, you are undoubtedly looking forward to parties, celebrations, and time with friends and family. While there is nothing wrong with kicking back and enjoying yourself by indulging with a drink or two, our attorneys want to spread a message to keep safe during the holidays. The holiday season that runs between the end of November and the beginning of the New Year proves to have the most car accident fatalities caused by drunk driving. Due to this fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) promotes their “Don’t Wreck the Holidays”...Read More
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With Halloween right around the corner, it's time to start making a plan to ensure that you and your friends will not be drinking and driving during the holiday. While there's nothing wrong with having some fun and enjoying a cocktail or two, even one drink can lead to buzzed driving.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wishes to remind all Halloween participants that buzzed driving is drunk driving and will be treated as such.
If you've suddenly suffered an injury that has rendered you unable to work, you may qualify for social security because of your disability. You need help to take care of your family and you may be feeling overwhelmed, but our Chattanooga social security attorneys can help you get the coverage you deserve.
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During the month of August, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) promotes their “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. During August and continuing till Labor Day, police join the campaign by promoting the issue of drunk driving and how dangerous it is. Police set up extra stops to check for drunk drivers and are even more on alert than they usually are.
Our Chattanooga car accident attorney has seen far too many examples of a person injured because they were hit by a...Read More
The recent tractor trailer accident near Chattanooga shows just how dangerous truck accidents can be. On June 25, construction caused traffic to come to a halt on I-75, but the driver of a truck failed to stop, plowing into the parked cars ahead. Nine vehicles and 18 passengers were involved in the crash that killed 6 people and injured another 6. Our Chattanooga Truck Accident Attorneys have seen how crashes like this can dramatically alter the course of so many lives.
While any type of automobile accident is a horrible experience, it is nearly impossible for a semi-truck accident to not have the worst consequences. Simply due to the size and weight of a semi-truck equates for horrible damage to vehicles and, oftentimes, injuries or even wrongful death in the case of the passenger.
If you've been involved in an...Read More
Automobile accidents are always traumatic and disorienting. But for many people, the process of dealing with insurance companies after the accident can be equally stressful. With over thirty years of experience as a Tennessee auto accident lawyer, Herbert Thornbury can give you some tips on how to deal with insurance companies immediately following an accident.
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Your first priority in any auto accident is getting immediate medical attention for anyone who requires it. If nobody is seriously hurt,...Read More
Brain injuries can be seriously detrimental to your physical and mental well-being, yet the nature and scope of this type of personal injury are not immediately obvious. Our Chattanooga personal injury law firm often deals with brain injury cases in which both sides have different ideas about the amount of compensation the injured party is owed. This is partly because the science behind traumatic brain injuries is not well-understood.
But that could change: In 2014, the NCAA and Department of...Read More
In the coming weeks, students all over the nation will be going into spring break and leaving their academic responsibilities behind them. It's no secret that many college students take spring break to the next level and choose to partake in risky behaviors that could lead to devastating consequences.
Drunk driving accidents and alcohol related injuries tend to increase during spring in general, due to events like spring break, prom, and graduation parties. Chattanooga auto accident lawyer, Herbert Thornbury, wants to remind everyone to have fun...Read More
Here in Chattanooga, we don’t get a lot of winter weather, and most of us aren’t used to driving in snow, ice, and freezing rain. But it does happen, and when white stuff falls from the sky, we all need to remain alert and adjust for the conditions. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident involving a negligent driver, trust Chattanooga fatal car accident attorney Herbert Thornbury to fight for justice and get you the compensation you deserve.
While summer driving brings to mind road trips and mile after mile of sunny skies, winter...Read More