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Tennessee Auto Accident Laws

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Tennessee is a proportional comparative fault state, with a time limit of one year to file a lawsuit according to the Statute of Limitations.

Things to do after an auto accident:

An auto accident yet simple or complex can can cause lots of damage to the property and person and can also lead to the death.

When involved in an auto accident, all one needs to do in order to obtain recovery is to file a lawsuit in the circuit court

or

in the general sessions court according to Tennessee auto accident Laws.

The Tennessee department of safety classifies some of the auto accidents as reported ones.

After doing so all one need to do is to hire an attorney, versed with the law.

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