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Driver facing charge for injuring child in Nashville accident

A driver who was involved in an August 21 south Nashville accident that injured a toddler has been charged, an article from wsmv.com reported.

Information coming from the Metro PD revealed that at 7:45 a.m. an 8-year-old male student at Tusculum Elementary was struck by a vehicle driven by Leticia Hernandez-Morales. Authorities said the boy was in in the lane on Packard Drive when he was struck.  The boy- whose name was withheld- is reportedly in stable condition after he was admitted to a children’s hospital for his non-life threatening injuries. According to police, Morales was charged for driving a vehicle without a license.

If your child had been injured in a car accident, working with a lawyer is important, especially if you need financial assistance for hospitalizations. Call the Nashville lawyers at Pohl & Berk, LLP today at 615-277-2765 to find out how we may help you pursue damage claims from negligent parties.

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