Nashville Legal Blog

Bill Easterly & Associates Releases New Website to Inform Nashville Residents about Their Legal Rights after an Accident

December 8, 2016

The Nashville-based firm’s newly redesigned website provides around-the-clock access to legal help for personal injury victims. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As a part of the firm’s commitment to delivering personalized legal service and strong client advocacy, Bill Easterly & Associates recently launched a comprehensively revamped website ( to help connect Tennessee accident victims with the assistance […]

5 Ways to Avoid Nashville Car Accidents

February 5, 2016

Some car accidents are truly unavoidable, but many others occur due to the negligent actions of one or more driver. In this blog, we take a look at five habits that could be considered negligent. If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury as the result of another driver’s negligence, call our Nashville […]

5 Most Dangerous Breeds of Dogs

January 18, 2016

They may be considered “man’s best friend,” but dogs aren’t always very friendly. Strangers aren’t the only ones in danger – in fact, many serious dog bites injure the family and friends of the dog’s owner. Although any dog can be dangerous if improperly trained, several breeds are notorious for their violent nature and the […]

Top Causes of Nashville Trucking Accidents

January 6, 2016

In 2007, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) released the findings of an unprecedented study into the causes of large truck crashes. They looked at over 960 individual accidents involving large trucks between 2001 and 2003, and reached some interesting conclusions about the most common causes of these serious crashes. Drivers Are The Leading […]

What are the Most Dangerous Types of Car Accidents?

December 22, 2015

While any type of car accident can cause serious injuries, some are considered particularly dangerous. The injuries suffered in the accidents below are often serious, life-changing, and may even be fatal. If you or someone you love has been hurt in a car accident, contact our firm today to pursue fair compensation. For more information about […]

3 Things to Look For in a Personal Injury Lawyer

November 9, 2015

When a car crash or other major accident leaves you with significant injuries, you have a right to pursue fair compensation. However, choosing the right lawyer can often mean the difference between a fair recovery and a failed claim. In this blog, our Nashville personal injury attorney discusses three things to look for when choosing […]

Guide to the Personal Injury Claims Process

September 15, 2015

At Bill Easterly & Associates, our Nashville personal injury attorneys have met people who have been injured in a wide range of scenarios. These scenarios include car accidents, slip and falls, and dog bites, among many others. Despite the differing causes of the injuries, most personal injury claims will still follow a fairly similar process. […]

3 Most Common Types of Auto Accidents

September 8, 2015

Car and truck accidents are an unfortunate reality of today’s modern world. Although cars are safer than ever, they are also faster and require less driver engagement. The following three types of car accidents are among the most common, and are usually the result of careless, reckless, or otherwise negligent driving. If you’ve been injured […]

Single-Vehicle Accidents: Is the Driver Always at Fault?

June 24, 2015

Single-vehicle accidents, as the name entails, only involve one vehicle and one driver. These types of accidents most commonly occur when a driver hits an object along the side of the road, runs off of the road, flips their vehicle or spins out—all without the involvement of a second vehicle. In most cases, it will […]

Tips for Preventing a Swimming Pool Accident

May 21, 2015

With summer quickly approaching, it is important to make sure that you and your kids stay safe while enjoying your favorite pastime – swimming, that is. Swimming pool accidents claim the lives of more than 350 children each year in the United States, with another 2,600 being treated for near-drowning injuries. This makes drowning the […]