A USA Today report on July 29 revealed that social media star Hayes Grier is in a process of recovery at a North Carolina medical facility after sustaining bodily injuries involving a dirt bike.
Though details of the incident were not available, it was confirmed that Grier, 16, was transported to a hospital after sustaining numerous skin lacerations, bruised lung, broken ribs, and a concussion. Natalie Geday, Grier’s spokesperson told reports that Hayes is in the recovery process and that he is being closely watched by his family. The incident reportedly resulted in the delay of the July 18 appearance of Hayes in the streaming series “Top Grier” and Verizon issued a statement that they are thankful that the teen star is okay. Hayes is being followed by more than 14 million people in different social media platforms like Vine, Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
In this tough situation that you sustained injuries in motorcycle accidents, enlisting a skilled legal team is critical mostly if you will need to prolong medical attention to recover. Find out how the Pohl & Berk, LLP attorneys in Nashville may possibly help you recover your loss today by calling (615) 277-2765.
Authorities in Tennessee recently warned motorists not to play the mobile-based hit game “Pokemon Go” while behind the wheel to prevent them from being involved in accidents, an article of Transport Topics stated on July 11.
Using the hashtags #PokemonGo and #justdrive the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (TNHSO) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on July 9 posted a message on Twitter reminding people to stay safe only days after the release of the game. Using GPS-enabled smartphones, players go out to different places to possibly catch a Pokemon character. Safety precaution was issued after reports revealed that some players went to great lengths for them to catch a pocket monster. “Wait. Park. Then, #PokemonGo! Do NOT use mobile app devices while driving. #PikachuCanWait #HepingYouArrive,” a Tweet from the official Twitter of the TNHSO said.
The Nashville attorneys of the Pohl & Berk, LLP strongly believe that many families are at risk of suffering serious injuries in accidents as a result of distracted driving. If this happens to you or to a loved one, however, we may offer you legal assistance to pursue damage claims against negligent parties. Find out how we may possibly help you recover your loss today by calling (615) 277-2765.
A driver who fled the scene after being involved in a recent accident in Clarksville was arrested and charged, an article of News 2 reported.
According to reports, Joseph Karnes, 24, is facing vehicular homicide and leaving the scene of an injury accident charges after striking a motorcycle on July 2. Around 5:00 a.m., a Clarksville officer discovered the lifeless body of motorcyclist Jeremy Halstead, 29, near the Cainlo Drive and Tiny Town Road intersection. Halstead was later pronounced dead at the hospital. Authorities were able to arrest Karnes, who was driving a red pickup truck, as the person responsible for the fatal accident. Authorities believe alcohol may have played a role in the crash. Halstead underwent blood testing and authorities are waiting for the results to confirm his sobriety at the time of the accident.
The deepest thoughts of the wrongful death attorneys at Pohl & Berk, LLP are with the family and friends mourning the sudden loss of their loved one.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is planning to install traffic signs on two interstate highways to potentially reduce or prevent incidents of rollover accidents in the area, Fox 17 News reported on June 29.
According to TDOT, the state is reviewing the split of I-40 and I-24 to see where they can most strategically place the new signage. TDOT said that in the month of June alone, there were three rollover accidents that took place in the area. The vehicles that rolled over were all tractor trailers. TDOT personnel said that excessive load weight was a factor in all three recent rollover accidents. Metro Nashville Police Department added that excessive speed was a factor in the rollover that happened several days ago.
Truck accidents and rollover accidents are oftentimes catastrophic, leaving families to handle great financial loss. If you were the victim of a rollover accident, working with a qualified legal team can help you receive the compensation you need for recovery. Speak with the attorneys at Pohl & Berk, LLP in Nashville today by calling (615) 277-2765.
A Salt Lake City-based company on June 9 issued a recall to approximately 9,300 units of surge protectors in the U.S. that may possibly cause harm to intended users, an article of cpsc.gov reported.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the recall affects at least three surge protector models of “360 Electrical” that are equipped with non-grounded plugs. Consumers reportedly are at high risk of sustaining electrical shock or burn injuries if the surge protectors short circuit after being plugged into an electrical outlet. The recalling company and the CPSC were both unaware of any injuries or incidents involving the possibly defective surge protectors. People are advised to check the model number of their surge protectors and report it to 360 Electrical to get a free surge protector.
Many families, unfortunately, have to deal with hefty financial loss when they sustain injuries as a result of using faulty products sold in the market. However, if you believe this has happened to you in Nashville, a personal injury attorney of Pohl & Berk, LLP may work on your behalf. Call our office today at (615) 277-2765 to find out how we may possibly help you fight for the compensations you need for recovery.
At least 5 bus passengers suffered injuries in downtown Nashville on June 6 after an MTA bus and a pickup truck were involved in an accident, an article of The Tennessean reported.
Information coming from a police dispatcher revealed that around 6:55 a.m. an MTA bus and a pickup truck collided near the Commerce Street and Seventh Avenue intersection. The pickup reportedly changed lanes, causing the bus behind it to strike the pickup’s right side, initial investigations by MTA and local police revealed. Four of the five injured persons of the 35 passengers on the bus requested medical treatment. A spokesperson for the MTA told reporters that the pickup truck driver, whose name was withheld, caused the collision for failing to yield.
Personal injury accidents often result in a financial loss due to expensive hospitalizations. If you were involved in an unexpected accident, working with a qualified attorney is a critical step towards holding negligent parties liable. Learn more about your options by contacting an attorney of Pohl & Berk, LLP at (615) 277-2765.
A Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) worker recently died following a semi-truck accident in Hickman County. Two other TDOT workers and the semi-truck driver sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Tennessee authorities identified the TDOT worker as David Younger, 65, who was struck by a semi-truck on I-40 as he and other TDOT workers changed a flat tire in the emergency lane. The collision occurred after the semi-truck suddenly veered into the emergency lane for unknown reasons. According to Lieutenant Bill Miller with the Tennessee Highway Patrol, authorities are investigating the crash to see if there was an act of negligence on the part of truck driver. BJ Doughty, a spokeswoman for TDOT, asked drivers to remember that “When we are on the side of the roadway, you are coming through our office at 70 miles an hour.”
The thoughts and condolences from Pohl & Berk, LLP, go to the family and friends of the worker who are grieving the recent loss of their loved one.
Three family members and two other individuals were recently killed in the eastern part of Tennessee after the tour helicopter they were aboard crashed, an April 5 article of NBC News reported.
Reports confirmed that no one survived from the “Bell 206L” tour craft of Smoky Mountain Helicopters on April 4, after it crashed at 3:30 p.m. in Sevier County. The deceased were later identified as Johna Morvant, 49, and her two children Parker Rasmussen, 18, Peyton Rasmussen, 22, and Peyton’s boyfriend Michael Glenn Mastalez. The chopper pilot was identified as Jason Dahl, 38. The tragic accident reportedly occurred after completing its first flight of the day. Initial investigations revealed that the incident happened after the chopper apparently struck a structure above the ridge.
National Transportation Safety Board senior safety investigator Luke Schiada believed that the investigations will take a year to complete.
Police recently apprehended New York City native rapper, Niatia Kirkland, for driving violations including speeding, an article of PIX 11 reported on March 10.
At around 4:00 a.m., an officer saw the 26-year-old rapper, who is well-known for her stage name “Lil Mama,” driving a vehicle with a speed of around 38 mph in a 25 mph zone near West 135th Street and Fifth Avenue. Kirkland failed to show a valid driver’s license due to suspension for unknown reasons. There were no reports of injuries or property damage due to this incident. Police took Kirkland into custody peacefully.
Innocent motorists and pedestrians are at high risk of suffering serious injuries when negligent drivers drive their vehicles with excessive speed. If you think that a speeding driver injured you in an accident, working with a lawyer is a viable option. Get in touch with a lawyer of Pohl & Berk, LPP in Nashville today by calling (615) 277-2765 to find out how we may possibly help you get compensations you need for recovery.
Approximately 118,000,000 gallons of propane gas sold in the U.S. and Canada has been recalled due to insufficient odorant levels, according to a February 12 report from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Reports said the Propane (LP) Gas manufactured by Crescent Point Energy Corp. may not be easily detected by consumers when a leak takes place due to the weak odorant levels. Gas is required to include enough odorant for consumers to be able to smell the product right away in the event of a leak.
The affected propane gas was distributed for personal and commercial consumption. Consumers are at risk of suffering serious injuries from burns or explosions if they fail to detect leaking propane gas. Though the Canadian company has not received any reports of incidents involving the recalled propane gas, they asked consumers to immediately notify their gas supplier and to refrain from examining the tanks by themselves.
The legal team of Pohl & Berk, LLP in Nashville works on behalf of clients who have suffered as a result of a defective product. We will work to pursue compensation on your behalf so that you and your family can focus on recovering. Call our office today at (615) 277-2765 to discuss your claim.