A Tennessee car accident lawyer notes a report claiming a Lamborghini sports car was caught on tape travelling at a high rate of speed just before a fatal crash that took the life of a Tennessee man. Tennessee car accident lawyers can help injured parties and the families of those killed in car accidents.
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Officials: Blood Tests Taken and Investigation is Ongoing
A rented sports car caught on video traveling at a high rate of speed may be to blame for a fatal south Nashville, Tennessee, car crash that claimed the life of a 27-year-old man. According to News Channel 5, initial reports suggested that the accident victim, driving a Nissan, may not have yielded to the rented Lamborghini.
However, authorities are taking a closer look at the evidence now that surveillance video allegedly shows the sports car traveling at extreme speeds immediately before the collision occurred. An eyewitness corroborated this, noting that the car appeared to be traveling more than 100 mph. Officials stated that there were no signs of drugs or alcohol present at the crash site and the driver of the Lamborghini was administered a blood test following the accident at a nearby hospital, though the results of that test are not yet available. A decision has also not yet been made as to whether the Lamborghini driver will face charges relating to his role in the crash, the website reported.
How a Tennessee Car Accident Lawyer Can Help
Drivers or passengers who are injured in car accidents may be entitled to compensation for damages resulting from their injuries, including:
- Pain and suffering
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
The families of those killed may be eligible to recover money for funeral expenses and the pain that comes with losing a loved one.
If the actions causing injury are malicious or so reckless that intent to harm can be inferred, the responsible party can be liable for punitive damages to punish wrongful conduct and deter similar conduct in the future.
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