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Nahon, Saharovich, & Trotz

Brownsville Personal Injury Lawyer

Personal Injury Attorneys Representing Victims in Brownsville

Brownsville, located in Haywood County, has more than 10,000 residents. Situated near Interstate 40, Brownsville is known for the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center as well as Webb Banks Passive Park. Instead of enjoying the best that Brownsville has to offer, you may be stuck dealing with an unfortunate injury suffered in an accident or at work. If you have been injured in an accident, you should speak with an experienced injury lawyer who can advise you of your legal rights. Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz is the largest Tennessee-based plaintiff’s personal injury law firm, and our Brownsville personal injury lawyers have fought for the rights of injured victims for more than 30 years. Our practice areas include car accidents, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, workers’ compensation, product liability, catastrophic injury, and wrongful death. With offices in Jackson and Memphis, we are able to efficiently serve residents of Brownsville and West Tennessee.

Car and Truck Accidents in Brownsville

Brownsville sees a fair amount of traffic in its area, especially on Interstate 40. In addition, many residents utilize Main Street, Jefferson Street, Highway 70, and other local roads. As a result, car accidents occur in the area at a rate of almost two per day. In 2016, for instance, there 595 car accidents in Haywood County, and over 70% of those wrecks resulted in injuries. Common injuries in car accidents include whiplash, neck pain, back pain, broken bones, and head injuries. These injuries can amount to large hospital bills, lost wages, and non-economic losses like pain and suffering.

Many auto and truck accidents in West Tennessee are caused by negligent drivers who disregard Tennessee laws and City of Brownsville ordinances designed to keep the roadways safe. Some examples of driver negligence include driving under the influence (DUI), not signaling properly, and exceeding the speed limit. If the cause of your accident was a negligent driver, you may be entitled to recover compensatory damages for your losses like medical bills and pain and suffering. If you were on the job at the time of the wreck, you may be entitled to recover workers’ compensation benefits, which could include wage, medical, and disability benefits.

Proving Liability Against Corporate Defendants

Whether you are shopping at a local grocery store or walking through an apartment complex, you may be unaware of premises liability laws and how they could affect the aftermath of an injury that you suffer on someone else’s property. In Tennessee, premises liability laws address when business owners, landowners, or property managers may be responsible for an injury on their property. Liability may be established if the owner or manager did not make an effort to fix problems on the premises or warn customers or others of the dangerous condition. These incidents can appear in various ways, ranging from a leak in a grocery store to a restaurant failing to clean a greasy floor. In the event that you are a victim of a slip and fall in Haywood County, you may be able to pursue compensation for your medical bills and other damages. Hiring a personal injury lawyer in Brownsville can be important for gathering evidence and witness testimony to prove the defendant’s actual or constructive notice of a dangerous condition.

Product liability is another area of injury law that can be complex. Sometimes companies sell defective products that put consumers’ health and well-being at risk, like dangerous pharmaceutical drugs. Companies have a responsibility to either sell products that are safe or adequately warn the public of potentially hazardous side effects. Failing to do so can result in unnecessary injuries, and victims may be able to file a product liability lawsuit to hold these corporations accountable. Product liability lawsuits in Tennessee commonly arise out of design defects, manufacturing defects, and marketing defects (also known as a failure to warn).

Call NST for a Free Consultation with a Brownsville Personal Injury Attorney

At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, we pride ourselves in fighting for the rights of injured victims and serving as their voice when they need it the most. In more than 30 years of service, we have recovered over $1.5 billion in compensation for our clients through jury verdicts, settlements, and judgments. To consult with a car or truck wreck lawyer today, call us at 800-529-4004. You can also complete our online form to schedule a free consultation. We look forward to showing you why NST is the way to go.