Category: Tennessee

Wheelchair Injuries On Ice

Require two-wheeled assistance to get around? When it snows, this world is not for you. We all know the feeling of waking up to the gorgeous snow, a feeling that quickly shifts to the grind of warming the car, scraping the windows, and pulling on snow boots over your suit or uniform pants. What we… Read more »

Wheelchair Injuries On Ice

Winter Weather is Coming!

Snow is on the way! Stay gnarly on the slopes and safe on the streets!

Winter Weather is Coming!

Noah Thomas Foster Memorial Scholarship 2022

Queener Law is pleased to announce the annual Noah Thomas Foster Scholarship, which will offer a $1500 scholarship to be applied towards tuition or other education-related expenses. This scholarship will be awarded on a annual basis to one high school senior from one of the following states; Kentucky, Tennessee or Colorado, that will be attending… Read more »

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Climate Change: A Total Hottie

Does climate change effect travel or does travel effect climate change? Should you take planes, trains, automobiles, maybe even a cruise?

Climate Change: A Total Hottie

Electronic Logging Devices Rule Held to be Constitutional

The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association filed a constitutional challenge against the electronic logging device rule, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit held that the rule is constitutional. It is on track to be fully implemented by Dec. 2017 unless the association appeals it to the Supreme Court of the United States. The… Read more »

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Car Accident Photos Capture Crucial Details

Taking pictures immediately after people have been involved in accidents can help to preserve crucial evidence of what occurred and which driver was at fault. Photographs can help prove the liability of a driver while also helping convince insurance companies that settling is a wise choice. Pictures can show the angles at which the vehicles… Read more »

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Does Loud Music Impact the Safety of Your Drive?

Listening to loud music can negatively impact a driver’s reaction times and driving abilities. Studies indicate that listening to certain types of music can reduce driver aggression and stress, but tempo, volume, and type may play a significant role in driver performance. If drivers are distracted by loud music, they may fail to react in… Read more »

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Could Relay Trucking Save Lives?

Relay trucking could be the answer to improving truckers’ work/life balance, preventing accidents, and saving lives. According to the FMCSA and NHTSA, fatigued and overworked drivers cause most commercial truck crashes. The FMCSA requires drivers and carriers to observe implemented hours of service regulations. Even with those limits, drivers often work long shifts with few… Read more »

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Over 11,000 Aircraft May Be Out of Compliance

FAA safety inspectors may have improperly approved thousands of aircraft for commercial operation without first reviewing the exemption limitations that could cause them to be prohibited. A whistleblower made a report to the Office of Special Counsel, which requested that the Federal Aviation Administration conduct an investigation. The investigation found that more than 11,000 planes… Read more »

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