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Campbell County auto accident injury attorney

Being a defensive driver is one of the best ways to stay safe on the road, so it is important to stay up to date on how a lot of people are driving in your state so that you do not get careless. The coronavirus pandemic has changed how and how often people drive, and it will not hurt to be aware of how these changes render the driving of others and potentially even your own unpredictable. If you ever get into a car accident, you will be able to better fight for the damages you are owed if you work with an experienced car accident attorney in your area. 

COVID-19 and Car Accident Rates in Tennessee

Believe it or not, even though COVID-19 has resulted in fewer concurrent drivers on the road at any given time, car accident rates are rising. Compared to 2019, car accident fatalities rose 18.5 percent this March when compared with the previous year. Officials theorize that this could be due to a few reasons. First, with fewer cars on the road, more drivers could be encouraged to speed. Second, this increase in speed combined with the lack of a seatbelt could easily explain the rise in fatalities. Also, many drivers have not been behind the wheel in days, weeks, or maybe even months. That unfamiliarity could pose significant threats to safety.

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Campbell County auto accident attorney

If you get into an accident or are pulled over for any other reason in Tennessee, you will always need to provide proof of insurance. However, unless you buy your vehicle from a private seller and fail to get insured beforehand, you should always have some form of insurance on your vehicle. We will explain why below, but remember that if you face charges for any traffic violation or need to secure fair compensation after a car accident, seeking the help of a seasoned personal injury attorney can go a long way in achieving a favorable outcome. 

Temporary Insurance in Tennessee

Tennessee law requires that all drivers have auto insurance that covers at least the following: 

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Campbell County motorcycle accident attorney

Tennessee is a state that requires all motorcyclists and passengers over the age of 21 to wear a helmet while riding on a motorcycle. If they do not, they will be violating the law, and this may make it more difficult to receive compensation for injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Since Tennessee measures the fault of each driver after a collision, a motorcyclist who was not wearing a helmet may still be able to seek damages if he or she was hurt. However, there are certain circumstances in which motorcyclists cannot collect compensation.

Tennessee’s Helmet Law

Not only are Tennessee motorcyclists required to wear helmets while operating their vehicles, but they cannot wear just any helmet. Their protective gear needs to comply with the following federal safety regulations:

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