Everyone tells you to make sure you get the other driver's insurance information when you're involved in a car accident. What happens when the other driver doesn't have insurance? More importantly, what if the other driver is at fault and you suffer significant property damage or injury to your person as a result? How will you get the compensation you deserve? Tennessee ranks sixth in the nation for uninsured drivers , an estimated 20 percent of drivers are uninsured in Tennessee, meaning it is entirely possible that you could be involved in a collision with an uninsured motorist. It is important for all Tennessee drivers to understand what their options are in this situation.
Distracted driving has been around as long as there have been automobiles. People eat, drink, look at maps and engage in any manner of activities other than driving and paying attention to the road. Knowing this begs the question of why is it so much more prevalent and dangerous now than in the past?