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Father And Son Survive Coopertown Car Accident

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According to WKRN, at approximately midnight on Tuesday, April 8, a man lost control of his vehicle and rolled off the road. The automobile was traveling through Coopertown, Tennessee when the driver swerved off the road near the intersection of Flewellyn and New Chapel Roads. The car rolled a number of times down the roadside embankment before eventually settling on its side. The situation could have been tragic, as the driver’s four-year-old son was also in the car.

However, when emergency crews arrived at the scene both the father and son were standing beside the car. The son told authorities that he managed to climb safely out of the car after the accident, but they are still unsure whether the father was launched through a window or crawled out on his own. According to an eyewitness report, the driver had a significant amount of glass lodged in his back. Emergency crews promptly escorted the father and son to the Northcrest Medical Center in Springfield to treat his wounds.


A variety of sources can cause an automobile to spontaneously lose control, including inclement weather, adverse road conditions and defective parts. Knowing who is liable for a loss of control accident is a complicated legal matter and is best pursued with the help of an experienced attorney. The Stanley A. Davis legal team has a long history of defending the victims of loss of control car accidents. Our personal injury lawyers will go above and beyond in the courtroom to secure the compensation that you need for your injuries. To schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneyscontact us today.

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Davis’ Did You Know?  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 30 percent of car crashes result in injury.

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