The plane crash that occurred in Nashville on December 26 is being investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), an article on wbir.com reported.
Reports said the accident happened at John C. Tune Airport at around 8:00 a.m. where a small aircraft crashed. An FAA official said that a Cessna 162 flipped after a rough landing on Runway 20. The pilot, who was not identified in the report, was not injured in the accident. Authorities are trying to figure out the purpose of the pilot of flying in the airport.
Fortunately, no one was reportedly injured in the recent plane crash. However, if you were injured in an aviation accident in Nashville, the lawyers of Pohl & Berk, LLP may possibly help you recover your loss if negligent or incompetent parties are involved. Find out how we may work for you today by calling 615-277-2765.
Rock-and-roller Little Richard was uninjured after his vehicle got involved in an accident in Murfreesboro, an article of USA Today reported on August 28.
According to reports, the 81-year-old musician and three other occupants were on South Church Street August 25 when his Cadillac SUV was struck by another vehicle pulling out from a parking lot. Richard was not driving at the time. Though no one was reportedly injured, both vehicles sustained significant damage. Authorities later charged the driver of the other vehicle, identified as Shanda Hoosier, with failure to yield to the right of way.
Fortunately no one was hurt in the recent vehicular accident. However, if you have been injured in car accident caused by reckless drivers in Nashville, the attorneys of Pohl & Berk, LLP may work for you. Find out how our lawyers can possibly help you get your much needed treatment or vehicle repair funds from negligent parties today by calling 615-277-2765.
At least three kinds of Corona Beer products sold in the U.S. are being recalled due to contamination, KTLA5 stated on August 20.
According to coronausa.com the 6, 12, and 18 packages of Corona Extra Beer may possibly contain glass bits inside its bottles. The company explained that a production fault in one of the manufacturing plants may have been the source of the exposure. People can identify the recalled bottles by checking the printed codes that can be found on the neck of the bottle or on the top of the label. The company advised consumers to dispose the contaminated bottles and call for full reimbursement. More information about the recall and product codes affected at coronausa.com/recall#productcodes.
The lawyers of Pohl & Berk, LLP believe in defending the Nashville individuals that are harmed by accidentally ingesting unsafe food and beverages sold in the market. In this tough situation, we may possibly work for you to get your much needed treatment funds from negligent parties. Tell us your situation today by calling 615-277-2765.