Reckless Driving Page
Reckless driving. What is it?
In Tennessee, reckless driving is defined as any person who drives any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property (TN Code section 55-10-205). That being said, reckless driving encompasses a range of dangerous driving behaviors. Reckless driving comes with devastating consequences including fines, license suspension, jail time, higher insurance rates, and civil lawsuits.
Having experience in reckless driving defense, we understand the seriousness of reckless driving charges and the impact they can have on your everyday life. If you have been charged with reckless driving, we can help you navigate the legal process. Our attorneys will work with you to build a strong defense.