Archive for May, 2011
Friday, May 27th, 2011
According to the Chattanoogan, the Tennessee legislature passed a new bill regarding driving under the influence (DUI) in May 2011.Â The main idea of the bill is that if a driver is pulled over and suspected of DUI, the officer can administer a blood test, without the driverâ€™s consent, if the driver falls into one of two categories.Â The first category is if the driver has been previously convicted of DUI, aggravated vehicular homicide, or vehicular homicide due to intoxication.Â The second category is if a child under the age of 16 is in the car.Â As long as the officer has probable cause to believe the driver is intoxicated and the driver falls into one of the two categories, the officer can administer a blood test.
Drunk driving statistics show the dangers of drinking and driving.Â In recognition of these statistics, state and local governments routinely pass new legislation aimed at promoting drunk driving awareness and reducing the number of DUI incidents.Â The Memphis auto accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) stay up to date with any changes in Tennessee driving and DUI laws.Â NST Law has protected victims of drunk driving car accidents in Shelby County and throughout Tennessee for over two decades.Â Our lawyers understand how to apply Tennessee DUI laws to the facts of a case and can prove a defendant driver violated one of those laws at the time of the car wreck.Â For example, NST Law may retain a toxicologist to prove a defendant driverâ€™s blood alcohol content (BAC) was over the Tennessee legal limit of .08.Â NST Law can also thoroughly examine an accident report to gather information about a defendant driverâ€™s actions and appearance at the scene of the car accident.Â If you have been injured in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, call the Memphis car accident lawyers at NST Law at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 and let us begin investigating your case.
In a drunk driving car accident case, NST lawyers aggressively pursue maximum damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and permanent disability on behalf of our client.Â As your legal representation, NST Law will stand up to the insurance companies to fight for you to recover every dollar you are legally entitled to.Â In the past, NST lawyers have utilized medical and vocational economists to document medical bills and compute lost wages caused by car wreck injuries.Â NST lawyers, understanding the emotional and financial stress a car accident can cause on a victim, have fought for damages for pain and suffering.Â In addition to these damages, NST lawyers have utilized knowledge of Tennessee law to pursue punitive damages awarded against a defendant driver convicted of DUI.
To speak to an experienced and skilled Tennessee car accident attorney, call Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.Â Let NST Law answer any questions you may have regarding investigating your accident, dealing with an insurance company, or general questions you may have about the legal process.Â Call todayÂ and let our car accident attorneys go to work for you.
Thursday, May 26th, 2011
According to WVLT Knoxville, Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) officials are investigating a crash involving a tractor-trailer and three emergency vehicles on May 21, 2011.Â The crash occurred on Interstate 75 near Knoxville in Powell, Tennessee.Â Initially, the three emergency vehicles, an ambulance and two fire trucks, arrived at Interstate 75 to investigate a reported auto accident.Â Later, the tractor-trailer drove by and clipped the ambulance and one fire truck before crashing into the other fire truck.Â Although the crash is still under investigation, THP officials believe the truck driver was speeding.
Commercial trucks and big rigs are often much larger than the vehicles and SUVs most Tennesseans drive.Â When a commercial truck traveling on Interstate 75 crashes into one of these vehicles, the impact can be crushing.Â When a commercial truck driver is speeding, the crash can produce devastating results, including spinal cord damage, fractured vertebrae, paraplegia, quadriplegia, and wrongful death.Â If you have been hit and injured by a speeding truck driver, you may have a claim and could be entitled to compensation.Â For a free consultation on your case, call the Tennessee trucking accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.
NST lawyers have knowledge of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, the rules truck drivers in Tennessee and other states are required to follow.Â These rules limit the number of daily on-duty hours for drivers, require truck drivers to keep detailed driving logs of their schedules and hours, and prohibit truck drivers from operating their vehicles under the influence of alcohol or drugs.Â The trucking accident lawyers at NST Law know how to help prove a truck driver violated one of these rules at the time of the crash.Â For example, NST lawyers can retain trucking industry experts to help prove a truck driverâ€™s negligence by examining the driverâ€™s logbook or analyzing a drug test.Â Â By proving negligence, NST Law can help a client recover maximum compensation for his or her injuries.Â NST utilizes a variety of experts to help clients obtain maximum damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and permanent disability. NST lawyers can retain medical experts to prove the cause of a victimâ€™s injuries, economic experts to document medical bills and project future medical expenses, and vocational economists to compute lost wages and diminished earning capacity.Â NST lawyers also know how to fight for damages for the emotional distress and pain a client suffers because of the crash.
To speak to a Knoxville truck accident attorney at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call NST today at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.Â NST Law has over twenty years experience handling trucking accidents involving severe injuries in Knoxville, Knox County, and surrounding Tennessee counties.Â For a free initial consultation on your case, call NST Law today.
Wednesday, May 25th, 2011
According to the Blount County Daily Times, a woman was injured in a car accident near Blount Memorial Hospital in Maryville, Tennessee, on May 23, 2011.Â An 80-year-old woman was driving eastbound on East Lamar Alexander Highway and attempted to make a left turn into the hospital.Â Her car turned directly into the path of another vehicle, a Ford Explorer driven by a 28-year-old woman, and the two cars collided.Â The driver of the Explorer was treated for injuries at the hospital and was later released.
Fortunately, in this case, the driver of the Explorer did not suffer life-threatening injuries.Â However, many Tennessee car accident victims are not as lucky.Â A car accident victim can suffer serious injuries that require intensive medical care.Â For example, it is not uncommon for an auto accident victim to be transported to a hospital and remain there for days or weeks in critical condition.Â Even after a victim is released from the hospital, he or she could require future surgeries or medical procedures to make a full or partial recovery.Â The Tennessee auto accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) have over twenty years experience handling motor vehicle accident cases that result in permanent disabilities and catastrophic injuries.Â Debilitating injuries can make it difficult for a victim to properly perform his or her job responsibilities or even perform routine tasks.Â If you or a loved one has suffered a permanent disability as a result of an auto accident, such as paraplegia, quadriplegia, spinal cord damage, or an amputated limb, NST Law can fight for you recover the compensation you deserve for medical bills, pain and suffering, permanent disability, and lost wages.Â To speak to an experienced and skilled car accident attorney at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 for a free initial consultation on your case.
NST lawyers can utilize a variety of resources to fight for you to recover maximum damages in your auto accident case or lawsuit. Your NST lawyer can consult with medical experts who can prove an accident caused your injuries and document the medical expenses you can incur in the recovery process. To show a jury how permanent injuries and disabilities affect your daily life, your NST lawyer can commission a day-in-the-life video.Â Your NST lawyer can also help you recover damages for lost wages and diminished earning capacity by retaining specialized vocational economists.Â In addition, your NST lawyer can pursue damages for the pain, suffering, and emotional distress you experience as a result of the accident, such as the burden of paying expensive bills, missing work, and being involved in a traumatic accident.
To speak to a Maryville car accident attorney at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.Â NST Law is the largest plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm in Tennessee that pursues maximum compensation for victims of car accidents caused by negligent drivers throughout Blount County and Tennessee.Â Our lawyers will answer any questions you may have and help design a plan that suits your specific needs.Â Let Team NST get started on your car accident case today.
Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
According to the Commercial Appeal, of the 54 largest metro areas in the United States, Memphis, Tennessee, was named the seventh most dangerous for pedestrians and walkers in a recent study released by Transportation for America in May 2011.Â From 2000-2009, 266 pedestrians were killed in Memphis.Â The study says that adding sidewalks and bike lanes, shortening crossing distances, and installing crosswalks are measures for increasing protection for pedestrians that cities should look into.
Although Memphisâ€™ ranking in this study improved from fifth most dangerous in 2009, it is clear Memphis has room for more improvement.Â During the warmer summer months, the number of pedestrians on Memphis and Shelby County streets such as Poplar Avenue increases.Â More Memphians walk to work and walk for exercise.Â As the number of pedestrians increases, it is important for drivers to be aware of and exercise caution around pedestrians.Â If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident with a vehicle, call the Memphis pedestrian accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 for legal advice.Â If a negligent driver caused your accident, you may be entitled to recover compensation for your injuries. To prove another driverâ€™s negligence, NST Law can review the accident report, speak to witnesses, or speak to police officers that were at the scene of the crash.Â NST lawyers also have knowledge of Tennessee driving and insurance laws and can apply them to the unique facts of your case to file a claim on your behalf.
For the damages portion of a claim, NST lawyers fight for clients to obtain maximum compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, permanent disability and lost wages.Â NST lawyers may consult with doctors and specialists who can determine and prove the crash caused a pedestrian victimâ€™s injuries or death. NST lawyers have years of experience interpreting medical data and speaking with medical experts.Â NST lawyers can also retain medical and economic experts to document current and future medical bills, such as surgeries, physical therapy, CT scans, X-rays, and other medical procedures.Â If a pedestrian accident forces a victim to miss work or affects a victimâ€™s ability to fully perform his or her job, NST lawyers can retain a vocational economist to compute lost wages and future diminished earning potential.Â Since lost wages and medical bills can be burdensome and stressful, NST lawyers fight for victims to recover damages for the pain and suffering they experience as a result of the crash.
To speak to a Tennessee pedestrian accident lawyer at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.Â By calling NST Law, you will receive a free initial consultation with one of our pedestrian accident lawyers.Â We can review the accident report, answer your questions, and determine the next step and proper course of action for your case.Â NST Law, with offices in Memphis, Jackson, and Knoxville, is the largest plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm in Tennessee that pursues maximum compensation for persons hit by a car while walking or jogging in Shelby County.
Tuesday, May 24th, 2011
According to USA Today, many states are enacting laws that protect the interests of bicyclists.Â Since 2000, the number of bicyclists on roads has increased greatly.Â From 2000-2009, the number of adults who commute to work has increased 44%, according to the Census Bureau. United States Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood said that over the last 20 years, â€śwalking and biking trips have more than doubled as more people look for opportunities to leave the car at home, reduce their impact on the environment and stay in shape.â€ťÂ Tennessee, in particular, has passed a three-foot passing law and created new traffic offenses for motorists, failing to exercise due care when passing a bicyclist and failing to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.
The Tennessee bicycle accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) understand the devastating injuries that can occur when a car crashes into a bicyclist, such as neck injury, vertebrae damage, paraplegia, and quadriplegia.Â Injured victims can be forced to miss work and undergo expensive medical surgeries and procedures.Â If you have been hit by a car while riding a bicycle on a Memphis street such as Poplar Avenue, White Station Road, or Germantown Road, call the Tennessee bicycle accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.
At Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť), we fight for our clients to recover maximum compensation for injuries sustained in their bicycle accidents.Â Team NST helps victims recover damages for medical bills, lost wages, permanent disability, and pain and suffering by utilizing various experts and applying knowledge of Tennessee driving and insurance laws.Â For example, NST Law can retain medical experts to clearly explain a clientâ€™s injuries to a jury, document past medical bills, and project future medical expenses a victim could require.Â For auto accident cases involving permanent and debilitating injuries, NST lawyers can commission a day-in-the-life video to illustrate how the injuries caused by the crash affect a clientâ€™s daily life and can consult with vocational economists to compute future lost wages or diminished earning capacity if injuries hinder a clientâ€™s ability to fully perform his or her job. Â Further, NST lawyers aggressively pursue damages for pain, grief, and emotional distress a client suffers as a result of the accident.
To learn more about the resources of NST Law, call our bicycle accident attorneys today.Â Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, with over twenty years handling bicycle and auto accident cases, is the largest plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm in Tennessee. For a free consultation on your case, call a Tennessee bicycle accident lawyer at NST today at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004. Let NST Law put our resources, knowledge, and familiarity with Tennessee courts and procedures towards helping you recover every dollar you are legally entitled to.
Monday, May 23rd, 2011
According to the Hindustan Times, a Tennessee minister, Mariam Pitchai, died in a car accident in India on May 23, 2011. He was riding in a vehicle that crashed into another car from behind. Pitchai was taken to a nearby hospital and was pronounced dead upon arrival. Police are currently investigating the wreck.
Fatal car accidents can occur in Memphis on Interstate 40, Interstate 240, and Interstate 55. The deceased can be a mother, father, son, daughter, brother, or sister. When a person dies in a car accident, his or her surviving family members may be entitled to recover compensation for their loss. In order for surviving family members to recover maximum compensation in a car accident lawsuit, one must prove another driver was at fault or negligent. At Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť), our car accident attorneys have the resources and skillsnecessary to thoroughly investigate a crash to prove a party was liable for the crash. At NST Law, our car accident attorneys begin investigating a crash as soon as possible to find out exactly how it occurred. NST lawyers may speak with Tennessee Highway Patrol officials,Memphis Police Department officers, or key witnesses while the crash is still fresh in their minds. NST Law can also retain accident reconstruction experts to recreate the crash to prove another party was at fault. If you have lost a loved one in a car accident in Memphis or Shelby County, call the Tennessee auto accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 for a free initial consultation on your case.
By proving another partyâ€™s negligence, NST Law can help clients obtain maximum compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages. After a fatal car accident, surviving family members can be responsible for paying the deceasedâ€™s hospital bills and finding ways to replace the income a deceased normally earns. These responsibilities can cause emotional and financial distress. To help clients recover these damages, NST Law can utilize various experts. For example, NST can retain medical experts to document medical bills the deceased incurred between the accident and his or her death. In addition, NST Law can retain vocational economists to compute the income a deceased would have earned had he or she not been killed in the car accident. Further, NST lawyers can fight for clients to recover damages for the emotional distress they suffer as a result of losing a parent, spouse, child, or other loved one in a car accident.
It is never too early to begin investigating a car accident case. To speak to a car accident attorney in Memphis from Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 for a free initial consultation on your case. In this free consultation, Team NST will begin to gather the facts of the accident, answer any of your questions, and figure out the proper legal strategy that suits your needs. Call NST Law today and let our Memphis car accident attorneys get started on your case.
Friday, May 20th, 2011
According to the Cookeville Herald-Citizen, a 47-year-old woman was charged with reckless endangerment and DUI after leading police on a high-speed chase in Cookeville, Tennessee on May 18, 2011.Â The woman was accused of stealing clothes and sunglasses from Kohlâ€™s, a store in Cookeville.Â She then drove away from the store on Interstate 40, weaving in and out of traffic at over 100 miles per hour, with Cookeville Police officers and Tennessee Highway Patrol troopers chasing after her.Â A state trooper ended the chase by lightly bumping his patrol car into her vehicle, causing it to slow down and stop.
Fortunately, nobody was injured in this drunk driving incident.Â However, many Tennesseans are injured and killed each year in drunk driving car accidents on Interstate 40, Interstate 240, Interstate 55, and Interstate 75.Â When drunk drivers speed, the results can be catastrophic.Â The Tennessee accident lawyers at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) understand the pain and suffering car accident victims and loved ones can experience following a car wreck.Â In addition to sustaining injuries, a victim can feel burdened by expensive medical bills and a long recovery process.Â Team NST lawyers fight for car accident victims to recover every dollar they are legally entitled to in their car crash lawsuits.Â To speak to the Tennessee auto accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 today.
At NST Law, our car accident attorneys combine knowledge of Tennessee driving and DUI laws, research of courtroom trends, and past experience handling car accident cases to pursue maximum damages for medical bills, lost wages, permanent disability, and pain and suffering.Â If injuries require a victim to undergo surgeries or medical procedures, NST Law knows how to retain medical experts to document those expenses and project future medical expenses a victim could need.Â NST Law also knows how to utilize experts to help victims recover damages for debilitating and permanent injuries.Â Your NST lawyer can consult with a vocational economist to document any lost wages or forecast diminished earning capacity.Â Your NST lawyer may commission a day-in-the-life video to show how a traumatic injury affects your daily life.Â If a defendant driver has been convicted of DUI, your NST lawyer can utilize knowledge of Tennessee law to seek punitive damages awarded against that driver.
To learn more about the Tennessee auto accident law firm of Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 for a free initial consultation on your case.Â NST Law is the largest plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm in Tennessee and has offices in Memphis, Jackson, and Knoxville.Â With over twenty years experience handling car accident cases in Tennessee, you can trust NST Law has the resources to effectively handle your case.
Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
According to WPSD Kentucky, a school bus carrying 26 elementary school students crashed in Carlisle County, Kentucky, on May 16, 2011, killing a six-year-old child and injuring 16 other children and 1 adult chaperone.Â The crash occurred on Highway 62.Â Carlisle County police and witnesses say the bus driver lost control of the bus, causing it to go off the right shoulder of the highway, come back across the highway, and finally roll down a hill into a ditch.Â According to police, the deceased six-year-old was thrown from the bus and then crushed underneath it.Â The other injured victims were transported to nearby hospitals.
The effects of a school bus crash can be felt by all students on the bus and not only those who suffered physical injuries.Â These types of crashes can be accompanied by the emotional distress of being involved in an accident and seeing peers and friends suffer serious injuries or death.Â Some children involved in this accident are now scared of riding in school buses.Â The Carlisle County school board plans to make grief counselors available to all students in recognition of the psychological effects a crash can have on a child.Â In addition, injured students can require costly medical procedures and may have to miss school time in order to fully recover from their injuries. Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť), the largest plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm in Tennessee, handles motor vehicle accident cases that result in death or injuries as a result of anotherâ€™s negligence.Â If a loved one has been injured in an accident involving a bus on Interstate 40, Interstate 24, Interstate 75, or anywhere in Tennessee, call the Tennessee school bus accident lawyers at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz at 901-683-7000 orÂ 1-800-LAW-4004 for a free initial consultation on your case.
For the damages portion of a personal injury claim, NST lawyers utilize a variety of resources to fight for clients to recover maximum compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and permanent disability.Â NST lawyers can consult with economic experts to document current and future medical bills. Â If there has been a catastrophic injury, NST Law may retain medical experts who can render an opinion as to permanent impairment or disability. In addition, NST Law may hire a vocational economist to calculate lost earning capacity.Â Further, NST lawyers can commission a day-in-the-life video to illustrate how an injury has affected a clientâ€™s daily life and routine.
ContactÂ the Tennessee personal injury lawyers at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz atÂ 901-683-7000, 1-800-LAW-4004, or www.nstlaw.com so that we can start working on your case today.Â NST Law has offices in Memphis, Jackson, and Knoxville, Tennessee, and can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
Mississippi Auto Accident Attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz Report Woman Remains in Critical Condition Following Car Accident in Lee County, Mississippi
According to WTVA Mississippi, a woman is in critical condition at North Mississippi Medical Center following a car accident in Lee County, Mississippi, on May 17, 2011.Â The Mississippi Highway Patrol accident report says the woman was driving south on Highway 363 near Natchez Trace Parkway when she was rear-ended by an SUV.Â Both drivers and a passenger in the SUV were transported to North Mississippi Medical Center.Â The SUV driver and passenger suffered minor injuries and were released.Â The crash is still under investigation.
Victims of car accidents can suffer physically and financially as a result of injuries sustained in a crash.Â Physical injuries can include amputation of a limb, paraplegia, quadriplegia, brain trauma, or organ damage.Â These injuries can require long hospital stays, costly surgeries, and years of expensive physical therapy and rehabilitation.Â Further, injuries can affect the way a victim performs his or her job and earns a living.Â The trickle-down effects of car accident injuries can be greater than one would think.Â If you have been injured in a car accident on Interstate 55 or anywhere in Mississippi, call Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz at 601-362-5222 or 1-800-LAW-4004 to learn how our personal injury attorneys can fight for you to recover maximum compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and permanent disability. Â Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (â€śNST Lawâ€ť) is a large plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm that pursues maximum compensation for persons injured in car accidents in Jackson, Tupelo, Grenada, Batesville, and surrounding Mississippi counties.
With over twenty years experience handling car accident cases, NST Law attorneys have handled cases involving many types of severe and catastrophic injuries.Â NST lawyers can speak with general and specialized doctors to better understand a clientâ€™s injury, document past medical bills, and determine the cost of medical care a victim can require in the future.Â NST lawyers may speak with vocational economists if an injury forces a client to miss work or limits a clientâ€™s ability to adequately perform his or her job.Â These economic experts can document lost wages and forecast diminished future earning potential.Â If a client suffers a debilitating injury or permanent disability, NST Law may commission a day-in-the-life video to demonstrate exactly how the injury or condition affects the clientâ€™s daily life.Â With these experts at our disposal, NST Law has the resources to fight for you to recover every dollar you are legally entitled to.Â For a free consultation on your case, call the experienced and skilled Mississippi car accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz at 601-362-5222 or 1-800-LAW-4004 today.
Tuesday, May 17th, 2011
According to the Associated Press, a Chattanooga man has been sentenced to seven years in jail for his role in a 2009 fatal hit-and-run car accident.Â He was convicted of vehicular homicide in March 2011 after crashing into a woman in downtown Chattanooga on a December 2009 morning.Â The man drove away from the scene of the crash but was later found by police.Â Witnesses for the prosecution told the jury the man had consumed alcohol and smoked marijuana hours before the crash at a late night party.
Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, also known as NST Law, is the largest plaintiffâ€™s personal injury law firm in Tennessee dedicated to protecting the rights of persons injured or killed in car accidents in Memphis, Jackson, Knoxville, and surrounding Tennessee counties.Â Our Tennessee auto accident attorneys aggressively seek maximum compensation in order to put victims in the position they would have been in had the accident not occurred and compensate them for future losses and expenses.Â If a loved one has been injured in a car accident, call NST Law at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004.
One devastating result of a hit and run car accident is wrongful death.Â The financial and emotional strains left on a surviving spouse or family member can be burdensome.Â These loved ones can be responsible for paying medical bills or even finding ways to replace income the deceased would have earned through employment.Â At NST Law, we understand the time following the death of a loved one can be difficult, and our car accident attorneys aggressively pursue maximum damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages while taking care of our clients in the process.Â To prove these damages, NST Law can utilize specialized experts in various medical and vocational fields.Â For example, in the past, NST lawyers have retained doctors and medical experts to prove a victimâ€™s cause of death and document any hospital and medical bills incurred between the crash and the victimâ€™s death.Â In addition, NST lawyers have consulted with vocational economists from a deceasedâ€™s industry to compute lost wages and determine the deceasedâ€™s future lost earnings.
To speak to a Chattanooga car accident lawyer at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 today.Â At NST Law, our goal is to recover maximum compensation for our clients while taking pressure off of them during this complicated time period.Â With over twenty years experience handling Tennessee fatal car crash cases and lawsuits, you can trust NST Law has the resources and experience necessary to effectively handle your case.
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