Automobile Accidents

With Tennessee's growing population, more automobiles are on the roads and highways than ever before. Even with safer automobile technology and highly advanced safety features, motor vehicle accidents still happen. Sadly, millions of people are involved in motor vehicle collisions and truck accidents every year. Countless others, including innocent bystanders and pedestrians, are seriously hurt in these accidents. Serious injuries resulting from automobile/car accidents can have a lifelong impact on your health and ability to work.

If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident, the insurance company involved may propose a settlement with you. Before you accept a settlement, you should have one of our experienced personal injury attorney review your case. The circumstances surrounding every motor vehicle accident are unique and different. Different types of car collision accidents include: front-impact collisions, side-impact collisions and rear-impact collisions. The biggest factor for a personal injury attorney to determine is whether the driver at fault was negligent, and to what degree. Other factors that make every auto wreck unique include road conditions, weather, and street signs, in addition to driver awareness, vehicle speeds, and driver reaction time. An experienced accident attorney will review all factors surrounding your case, so that you may be able to receive the best possible accident settlement.

If you are the victim of another driver's negligence, and have suffered serious injuries as a result or even lost a member of your family, contact the aggressive personal injury attorneys at Johnson, Scruggs & Barfield. We will represent you and seek the recovery damages that you are entitled to that include:

  • medical expenses
  • lost wages
  • future earnings
  • future medical care
  • pain and suffering
  • grief and sorrow
  • mental suffering
  • loss of quality of life
  • other possible damage claims

Act Promptly
There are time limits for you to act, called statutes of limitations, which require you to bring a lawsuit within a limited period or risk losing the right to seek a recovery. If you have any question, you should contact us by either clicking here for e-mail or call us at 615-352-8326.