Vehicle accidents can result in serious personal injuries like spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations and broken bones. These injuries can result in expensive physical therapy and rehabilitation, which can place a family on the brink of a financial collapse.
A personal injury lawsuit can help pay for the costs associated with an accident.
Sadly, each year thousands of Tennessee residents are injured in vehicle accidents. Recently, WKRN-TV reported that a Lawrence County sheriff’s deputy and his four-year-old son were seriously injured after their SUV collided with a tractor-trailer in Maury County.
The accident occurred on August 21, on the Highway 43 Bypass where it crosses with Santa Fe Pike in Columbia. According to WKRN, Jon Roberts, 41, swerved to avoid the truck, which was parked in the median, resulting in the crash. Roberts and his son Tripp reportedly had to be transported via flight to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville for injury treatment.
WKRN reported that Roberts had to have surgery on his elbow and suffered several broken bones. Tripp reportedly suffered several broken ribs, cuts and a spleen injury.
Can I File a Lawsuit Following a Vehicle Accident?
If you or a loved one has sustained serious injuries in a vehicle accident, Stanley A. Davis will treat you and your family with the utmost compassion. We will work for you, helping you obtain damages that can help pay for treatment, lost income and pain and suffering.
Our Nashville injury attorney began practicing law to help his brothers and sisters in the Volunteer State, and he can answer any questions you have. Contact us today.
“O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.” – Psalms 136:1
Davis’ Words of Wisdom: It is estimated that between 12,000 and 20,000 new cases of spinal cord injuries occur annually.