Wrongful Death Archives

Judge orders mediation in Tennessee wrongful death suit

It is always tragic when it happens, but the actions of other people can harm us whether or not they intend it. Criminal law helps find and punish the people who have hurt others through malice or negligence. But victims and their families often feel left out to dry.

Driver found guilty of many charges in school bus crash

Drivers who cause serious injury, permanent disability or death in a motor vehicle accident may face criminal charges from county and state prosecutors as well as civil lawsuits for personal injury or wrongful death. A driver from Chattanooga has been found guilty of criminal charges and may have brought more than 30 civil lawsuits upon his employer at the time of the crash.

Highway guard rail creator faces Tennessee wrongful death suits

Accidents happen all the time, from traffic crashes to workplace mistakes, but only the most severe result in the death of a driver, pedestrian or worker. It is rare in Tennessee that a person loses his or her life due to a preventable mistake, but the law allows the victim's family or survivors to sue for wrongful death in these cases.

New app aims to address summer hazards

A new app created by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in conjunction with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) aims to address the hazards present during the summer months throughout the country. The app was specifically created to deal with weather-related hazards that crop up during the summer.

2 killed in I-40 crash in Knox County

Two people have died and several others suffered serious injuries in a violent crash along I-40 in Knox County last Tuesday. The accident occurred between the exit for Midway and the Sevier County line on I-40. Four vehicles were involved in the accident, which witnesses described as one of the most violent they had ever seen.

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