Nashville Vehicle Accident Report: January 2019
Automobile accidents can leave life-changing injuries and, in some cases, result in death. Nashville, Tennessee, experienced multiple collisions that led to devastating endings. While these stories are heartbreaking, we believe residents should be informed about the accidents that occur in our community to help encourage drivers to be cautious behind the wheel.
OurNashville car accident lawyers at Mitch Grissim & Associates can help you receive justice for any injuries and property damage you endured. The legal system can be complicated to understand without proper advice from a knowledgeable and experienced attorney. If you or a loved one sustained injuries due to the careless actions of another driver,our legal team can examine the details of your case and determine whether or not you are eligible to receive compensation.
We have assembled a vehicle accident report below, so you can stay informed about some of the automobile accidents that occurred in January in the Nashville community.
Driver Killed in a Single-Vehicle Crash on Interstate 24
A 65-year-old man died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after an accident onDickerson Pike near 1st Street North.
The driver, Gary O. Bates, was driving his truck when he merged off the roadway and hit a pillar. According to theMetro Nashville Police, “Roadway evidence indicates he may have been unconscious prior to the crash and that several bottles of prescription medication were recovered at the scene.”
An autopsy will determine if his death was due to a medical issue or the collision.
Hermitage Crash Resulted in Death of 36-Year-Old Man
A single-vehicle accident in Hermitage killed 36-year-old, Adam Swor, on January 20th. Swor was driving a 2013 BMW SUV when he lost control. According to News Channel 4, “While negotiating a curve in the roadway, [Swor] crossed over the southbound lanes and struck several trees before re-entering the road.”
Alcohol may be a factor, however, an examination will be able to confirm.
New Year’s Day Crash Led to Death of 18-Year-Old
A teen was killed after a single-vehicle crash on New Year’s Day when his Nissan Altima vehicle veered off the street and crashed into a tree, bursting into flames.
Four passengers were injured and one died. The victim was 18-year-old, Ephrem Tegegne.
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At Mitch Grissim & Associates, we understand car wreck victims may feel stressed and worried after sustaining injuries caused by thenegligent actions of another driver. Our law office fights on behalf of injured victims to help them receive the compensation they rightfully deserve. It’s in your best interest to seek legal advice before making any decisions that could potentially impact the compensation you may be eligible to receive.
Compensation is calculated by various factors such as the severity of your injuries, medical treatment, lost wages, andpain and suffering. We know you may be up against an insurance company who may try tooffer a settlement that does not equal what you suffered. However, when you haveour team alongside you, we will strive to make sure you receive the best possible settlement for your injuries.
Motor vehicle accident cases contain various details that need to be reviewed by an experienced attorney in order to determine your legal options. Call our Nashville car accident lawyers today at615-255-9999 orfill out our free consultation form. Allow our years of experience to work on your behalf.