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Federal Judge Dismisses Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Bradley County

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A federal judge dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit against a Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputy and the department that stemmed from an incident in July 2015. Judge Curtis Collier found that the deputies actions were reasonable when the deputy says she came home for a lunch break around 2 a.m. and found a man… Read More »


Deadly Accident on I-24 Product of Drunk Driving

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An intoxicated driver has been charged in deadly hit-and-run accident that occurred on Interstate 24 in Nashville. The driver’s vehicle reportedly collided with another car that was then propelled into a guardrail on I-24 in Davidson County. The driver of the other car died as a result of the collision. The reckless driver then… Read More »

Seven-Year-Old Boy Killed, Family Seriously Hurt In Winchester Crash

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In a tragic accident that occurred right before the New year, a seven-year-old boy was killed on site in a car accident in Winchester, approximately 88 miles southeast of Nashville. Police say that Aaron and Lynette Hill and their seven-year-old twin sons, John and James, were stopped in their minivan at the red light… Read More »

State Suspends Admissions to Upper Eastern Tennessee Nursing Home

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Recently, the Tennessee health commissioner ordered an Eastern Tennessee nursing home, the John M. Reed Health and Rehabilitation in Limestone, Tennessee to stop admitting new residents. State surveyors allegedly found conditions that put residents in “immediate jeopardy,” ranging from the failure of staff to appropriately treat pressure wounds, administer antibiotics and inform residents’ doctors… Read More »

Police Brutality as a Personal Injury – the Post Ferguson Age

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While the topic of racial profiling and police brutality has been one of the main focuses of the nation for the past year and a half, the abrupt resignations of two University of Missouri administrators (President Tim Wolfe and the chancellor of the flagship campus R. Bowen Loftin) recently has thrust the topic of… Read More »

Suspected Drunk Truck Driver Arrested After Fatal Motorcycle Crash

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According to news reports, the driver of a semi-truck, who was involved in a fatal crash recently was arrested and charged for leaving the scene of the accident, and trying to hide the damage on the truck. Officials with Metro police say that a truck driver named Jose Oscar Gallardo-Lopez was traveling Westbound and… Read More »

Adolescent Killed in Fireworks Accident

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A 12-year-old boy was killed recently in a fireworks accident in Davidson County. Identified by the police as Antonio Braden, the accident happened on a Sunday night around 10:45 p.m. on Lewis Street in Nashville. This accident comes only a few days before the Fourth of July festivities and serves as a grave reminder… Read More »

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed by Police Officer’s Family

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The parents of a Nashville Metro police officer have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a driver that struck and killed their son. Michael Petrina, 25, had been on the force for less than one year when the fatal accident occurred on the Old Hickory Boulevard exit on the interstate in May 2014. According… Read More »

Multi-Car Accident Temporarily Closes Highway

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A multi-car accident temporarily closed Highway 100 recently near the Ensworth High School. According to the police, the accident occurred around 5:45 a.m. on a Friday, in the 7700 block of Highway 100. Three vehicles were involved in the crash, all of them being regular passenger vehicles. The Tennessee Highway Patrol reported that the… Read More »

Two Employees Charged for Cement Truck Accident

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Two employees at a cement truck company in Nashville have been indicted on criminal charges stemming from an accident involving one of their cement trucks. The two employees charged are Robert Ashabrunner, the cement truck driver, and Carlton Mosely, the truck dispatcher, and they were both brought up on charges of vehicular and reckless… Read More »

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