David Peel Law Firm’s First Publication Reaches Amazon Best Seller List

Two Feet or Ten: Perspective Matters: What You Don’t See When You Drive Climbs the Ranks with Its Deep Insights into Safe Driving and Accident Preparedness

Millington, United States - December 14, 2017 /CMG/ —

Top Tennessee injury attorney, David B. Peel of Peel Law Firm, leveraged his 20 years of traffic
accident law experience to write, Two Feet or Ten: Perspective Matters: What You Don’t See
When You Drive. Available in both Kindle and paperback form, the nonfiction piece contains
countless insights into traffic accident preparedness, vehicle insurance coverage, deciding
whether to settle or go to trial, and much more.

Two Feet or Ten recently rose the ranks to Amazon’s Best Seller List, a testament to the
informational resource’s value to tractor trailer, motorcycle, and automobile drivers as well as to
anyone who shares the road with others, such as bicyclists and passengers.

As an injury attorney, Peel focuses his small, personal law firm on providing legal counsel to
those injured in motorcycle, truck, and automobile accidents. He drew upon over than two
decades of experience in investigating accidents and finding fault with the liable drivers to
compile key insights into one accessible, educational format. The book even contains tips for
teaching new drivers to avoid accidents.

Peel explains his inspiration for the Amazon best-seller, saying, “After speaking to local
churches in clubs and groups for so many years, I found that driving is something we do every
day but we seldom think about. Even though most of us has had or has auto insurance, few of
us understand it. Understanding how to prevent accidents, what to do after an accident, and
how to select the right car insurance can be the difference between a catastrophic loss in your
family and a manageable tragedy.” He hopes that by educating his readers on the realities of
driving into today’s present society, they will be better prepared for future changes such as
self-driving cars.

Two Feet or Ten: Perspective Matters: What You Don’t See When You Drive is currently
available in Kindle and paperback editions HERE

About David B. Peel:

David B. Peel of Peel Law Firm is a Tennessee injury attorney who specializes in serious injury,
death and disability cases, and will packages. Peel has over 20 years of experience practicing
law, beginning in 1996 with a law practice shared with Wilson Wages. Peel Law Firm began in
2000, founded in Millington, where it remains today. Peel is a practicing Christian and values his
faith, family, and justice for his clients above all else.

Contact Info:
Name: David Peel
Email: Send Email
Organization: Peel Law Firm
Address: 8582 U.S. Highway 51 North, Millington, TN 38053
Phone: (901) 872-4229

For more information, please visit https://peellawfirm.com

Source: CMG

Release ID: 276401

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