It seems to be a tragic and occurring theme in Tennessee; semi crashes due to limited visibility. Likewise, two people were injured in a crash on Tuesday in Midway Tennessee when a tractor-trailer crashed into a passenger vehicle. Furthermore, this accident is only a few months after the state sunk money into a wide range of road improvements hoping to combat semi crash and vehicle accidents. In particular, at the intersection of Bridge Burners Boulevard and U.S. Highway 11E, fog seems to play a role in the number of semi crashes that happen, and thus an estimate 300 to 500 trucks per day make their way through the area. The intersection is a major access point to many large businesses in the area, including a Wal-Mart Distribution center where semi trucks frequent all throughout the day.
The skilled St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth have more than a century of combined experience, understand that your family's safety is a top priority, and should be represented as such. The firm has a proven track record in successfully handling and settling countless semi truck, and tractor-trailer accident claims, and will fight vehemently to get you the compensation you deserve. Please call today to schedule a free consultation.
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