According to the Memphis Commercial Appeal, the Memphis Police Department is cracking down on speeding and other forms of unsafe driving in Memphis, Tennessee. Since March 3, 2012, officers have paid special attention to unsafe driving on Interstate 240, including texting while driving, speeding, and driving under the influence of alcohol.
One Memphis Police Department spokeswoman noted that “many citizens have expressed concern for the reckless drivers and other violators” on Interstate 240, Interstate 40, Interstate 55, and other roads in Memphis. From March 3, 2012, through March 28, 2012, Memphis Police Department officers handed out 4552 tickets on Interstate 240, an average of 175 per day.
To reduce the amount of Memphis car accidents, police officers actively look to stop all forms of unsafe driving, including speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol, texting while driving, and distracted driving. Many times, police enforcement works since drivers alter their behavior to avoid a ticket or arrest. However, it is impossible for law enforcement officials to be everywhere, and some drivers will nevertheless decide to disregard the risks of unsafe driving. If you have been injured in a car accident caused by a negligent driver in Memphis or Shelby County, call the Tennessee auto accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz (“NST Law”) at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004. NST Law, with 29 personal injury attorneys and a large support staff, is ready and willing to fight for you to recover maximum compensation in your case.
If you have sustained a debilitating injury after being hit by a car, NST Law can help. The largest plaintiff’s personal injury law firm in Memphis and Tennessee, NST Law has the resources and knowledge to successfully represent a Memphis car accident victim. NST lawyers care for clients and aggressively pursue maximum damages for medical bills, lost wages, permanent disability, and pain and suffering. NST lawyers carefully construct the damages portion of a client’s claim by consulting with various experts and specialists. For example, NST Law can retain medical experts to document hospital bills and project the cost of a client’s future medical care. These experts can analyze medical records and speak with doctors. Next, NST Law can retain vocational economists to document lost wages and project diminished future earning capacity. If a client has sustained a permanent or incapacitating injury in a Tennessee car wreck, NST Law may commission a day-in-the-life video or retain an expert witness to explain how the injury affects the client’s daily life. Finally, NST Law can retain psychiatric experts to document and project a client’s past and future pain and suffering associated with the Memphis car accident.
For a free initial consultation on your Tennessee car accident case, call Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz today. A Team NST car accident attorney can gather information about your accident and advise you on how to proceed with the legal process. With over twenty years experience handling car accident cases in Tennessee state and federal courts, you can count on NST Law having the resources to effectively handle your case.