Have you heard of the Towing and Recovery Museum? Well, it’s located right here in Chattanooga and serves to record the history of the industry, preserve artifacts and memorabilia, and provide educational information to the public. It also stands as a memorial recognizing those that have lost their lives while working in the towing industry.
Truck accidents are some of the most devastating wrecks that occur in Southern Tennessee and can easily affect many people at once. In the past, we’ve been adamant about protecting you and your family against the hardships that follow a serious truck accident because when a big truck and smaller passenger car collide, it’s most often those in the car that are left injured. Some truck accidents, however, only hurt those driving the commercial vehicle.
Take for example a Madison County tow truck driver who recently lost control of his truck and unfortunately ran it into a creek. The truck accident took the man’s life, leaving many to mourn his death. Well, the Towing and Recovery Museum wanted to make sure that his memory would live on, so they’ve added him to their international “Wall of the Fallen.” The honor, which was unveiled in a ceremony attended by the man’s friends and family, will immortalize his legacy, giving him a permanent memorial next to other dedicated drivers.
I Need a Chattanooga Truck Accident Lawyer!
A truck accident can change multiple lives in an instant. They can cause a lot of confusion, and if you or your loved one have been injured, it’s only that much worse. Injuries resulting from big truck accidents are some of the worst, and the medical expenses can quickly become overwhelming. But if the truck accident wasn’t your fault, you shouldn’t have to pay.
Let the truck accident attorneys at the McMahan Law Firm take on your case. We have experience dealing with trucking companies, and we know how to fight for the money you truly deserve. So, if you’ve been hurt in a Chattanooga truck accident contact the Insiders at the McMahan Law Firm today!
Source. MadisonJournalToday.com, ‘http://www.madisonjournaltoday.com/archives/6533-Madison-County-mans-memory-honored-in-Towing-and-Recovery-Museum.html,’ Margie Richards, November 14, 2013.