Split sleep schedule proves beneficial for truckers

By | Truck Accidents

While a solid eight or more hours of sleep continues to be the optimal choice for all, a recent study shows a split schedule of sleep is more beneficial than a solid stretch of sleep during the daytime hours. This study may specifically interest those in the truck driving industry, or those who drive tractor-trailers in Tennessee as well as other states, because they are under strict regulations regarding sleep hours. While these regulations are intended to increase safety for everyone on the roadways and reduce the number of truck accidents, the study’s results may show that changes should be…

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Do your genes play a role in car accidents?

By | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Victims of Tennessee car accidents typically suffer a variety of injuries. Many can be obvious injuries such as broken bones or lacerations, and others are more difficult to identify, such as back or neck pain. Too often, these less obvious injuries are dismissed by a skeptical public who believe that these non-visible injuries are simply made up by victims. There is an unfortunate stigma attached to car accident victims who often struggle with persistent pain that cannot be seen. People may think that a person describing the serious pain in their back or neck is making an injury sound worse than…

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