Are you a resident of Tennessee? If so, you know that snow can move into your area during the cold winter months. While this can be beautiful in many ways, it can also cause quite a few problems when you're behind the wheel of a vehicle.
No matter what breed, size or personality of the dog, there is always a chance that it will attack and bite. Dogs often bite because they feel threatened or pinned down, and some are trained or bred to attack when they feel their owners are in danger. Others may attack and bite for no known reason. Dog bites can often result in serious injuries including infection and even death in extreme situations. Because owners and victims alike are rarely prepared for a dog to attack, it is important to know what to do when it happens.
When it comes to the probate process and estate taxes in the state of Tennessee, there are many points of consideration that you can't afford to overlook.
As one of our Tennessee readers, you are well aware that sharing the road with large trucks is something you must do on a regular basis. This holds true primarily on the highway, but you may find yourself in this position on city roads as well.
A worker for the Tennessee Department of Transportation was changing a tire out on Interstate 40. Another driver had gotten stranded with a flat, and the TDOT worker had come to help. While he was switching out the old tire for the new, he was hit by a passing car.