Tennessee Driver Has Five Accidents in a Year, but is Still on the Road

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On Aug. 18th, 2012, a car crossed oncoming lanes of traffic, hit a sign, continued through the front yard of a business, and finally slammed against a utility pole in Clarksville, Tennessee. On April 7th, 2013, the man who caused the August 18thauto accident blacked out while driving and crashed into a ditch. Less than one month later, on May 3rd, this same driver veered across oncoming traffic and crashed into a house. Thankfully, in there were no serious car accident injuries in any of these single-vehicle incidents.

On July 4th, the driver involved in the previous three auto accidents once again crossed oncoming traffic, this time hitting a gas pump and causing an explosion that seriously injured a customer at the EXXON station. However, it wasn’t until this very same driver crashed into a house on August 19th that police were able to identify him.

The driver now faces a fine of $5,000 for reckless driving and will need to be reevaluated in order to maintain his driver’s license. That’s right, in order to maintain his driver’s license.

Victims of Car Accidents Have Rights

Tennessee car accident attorney Herbert Thornbury knows that our roads are teeming with negligent and dangerous drivers. If you or a loved one suffers injury at the hands of one of these drivers, our car accident attorney is prepared to hold them accountable and take your case as far as necessary to see that you get the full compensation you are due.

To schedule your free consultation with our Tennessee car accident attorney, please contact Herbert Thornbury Attorney at Law or call 800-506-8258 today.