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Nashville Highway Accidents

Nashville Highway Accidents

Experienced Motor Vehicle Wreck Attorneys Assisting Victims in the Nashville Area

Car accidents can happen in a variety of ways, and each presents its own challenges for victims who are injured and attempting to seek recovery from those responsible. Wrecks that happen at intersections, for instance, can turn into confrontational “he-said, she-said” battles over who had the green light. Highway accidents can be challenging because witnesses are less likely to stop and give statements to the police. In addition, the speed limits on highways can result in high speed, high impact collisions that cause those involved to suffer injuries. Given how unique each auto accident case can be, it is important to seek assistance from an attorney who has the experience necessary to handle your case. At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, our Nashville car accident lawyers have fought for the rights of injured accident victims for over 30 years. We have the experience and knowledge you will need to pursue maximum recovery in your auto accident case.

Pursuing Recovery for Your Injuries in a Highway Accident Case

Obtaining recovery for injuries sustained in a highway accident usually begins with a negligence claim against the at-fault party. To succeed in establishing a claim for negligence in Tennessee, the injured party must typically establish the following legal elements:

  • Duty – also referred to as a duty of care or standard of care. Generally, any person who operates a motor vehicle owes others a duty to operate the vehicle in a manner that is reasonable under the circumstances.
  • Breach – a driver on a Davidson County roadway like I-40 or I-65 breaches their duty owed to others when they fail to operate their vehicle as a reasonable person would under similar circumstances. This includes actions like failing to pay attention when merging or passing, speeding, drunk driving , and distracted driving.
  • Causation – this element actually involves two concepts: direct cause and proximate cause. In most cases, but not all, direct cause can be established by showing that the injury would not have occurred but for the other party’s actions. Proximate cause, also called legal cause, acts as a limitation on liability and involves the foreseeability of the injury in relation to the other party’s actions.
  • Damages – damages are the losses sustained as a result of the other party’s actions. The damages applicable in each auto accident case will vary depending on the facts of the case, but they can include past medical bills, future medical bills, past lost wages, future lost wages, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, and more.

Finding proof sufficient to establish each of the above elements can be difficult in highway accident cases, which is why it is important for accident victims to retain the services of a lawyer who handles auto accident cases in the Nashville area. An experienced attorney will have the knowledge and resources necessary to fully investigate the facts of your car wreck, locate possible sources of information and evidence, and retain experts as needed. Your attorney will also be there to fight back against any attempt by the other party to blame you for the accident and reduce your recovery through comparative negligence. With a dedicated accident attorney by your side, you will stand a much better chance of obtaining the compensation that you deserve for your losses.

Discuss Your Case With a Nashville Attorney Today

At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, we are dedicated to helping victims be made whole from an accident, as if it never occurred in the first place. If you have been injured in a highway accident, our Nashville attorneys want to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Our firm serves accident victims in cities across the South, including Nashville, Memphis, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Little Rock, Jonesboro, Starkville, Tupelo, Jackson, Oxford, Grenada, Meridian, Columbus, Hayti, Caruthersville, and other cities throughout Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, and Kentucky. Call us toll-free at 800-529-4004 or fill out our online form to set up a free consultation today with one of our auto accident lawyers. NST is the way to go.