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Tennessee Gun Accidents

In 2014, Tennessee lead the nation in accidental shooting fatalities with 105. Since 2014, the news has not improved and Tennessee continues to experience a high rate of accidental gun shootings. In 2015, per the Safe Tennessee Project there were 51 accidental shootings including 13 fatalities. 24 of these incidents involved children. In 2016, there 84 accidental shootings with 15 fatalities. 32 of these incidents involved children.  While 2014 seems to be an outlier year, averaging more than one accidental shooting a week is still nothing to ignore. Most of these incidents are preventable through responsible storage and care of guns. Responsible maintenance and storage of guns is not only simply common sense, but failing to properly store or maintain a firearm, can lead to liability when accidents occur.

Are You the Victim of a Personal Injury Accident in Tennessee?

You have every right to seek justice. The experienced legal team at Weir & Kestner Injury Attorneys focus on providing the best possible representation to victims of all types of personal injuries caused by the negligence of others. 

Contact us online or call our office directly at 615.220.4180 to schedule your free consultation. We’ll arrange a time to meet with you at one of our offices in SmyrnaNashvilleMurfreesboro or Chattanooga—whichever location is most convenient for you.

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