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What To Say When A Car Insurance Company Calls You

Key Points of This Article: Most accident victims don’t know how insurance works and are unsure how to talk with them when prompted to give for personal information from another person’s provider. Everything that happens within initial conversations between you and another person’s insurance company can be used to deny your claims and drop your [...]

By |2021-02-26T18:30:08+00:00February 10th, 2021|Car Accident, Insurance, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Tips|0 Comments

Six Rules To Follow After An Owensboro Car Accident

Key Points of This Article: Being injured in a car accident can impact an individual's ability to work, take care of their family, and pay bills. After a car accident occurs, it's imperative to file a report with the police, collect all the evidence available, and seek appropriate emergency medical treatment and follow-up with a [...]

Kentucky Accident Reports for Winter Weather Wrecks

Key Points of This Article Western Kentucky communities battled scattered snow showers and a mix of below-freezing temperatures as the New Year rushed in, triggering several winter weather advisories and car accidents. Motorists are urged to drive with caution as temperatures stay below freezing and should watch out for slick areas in unexpected places. Buckle [...]

Sobering Tips For Kentucky Drivers Celebrating The Holidays

Key Points of This Article Every day, almost 30 people in the United States die in drunk-driving crashes, which make up more than one-third of holiday-related fatal crashes. From 2010 to 2018, there were 2,485 fatalities caused by drunken driving on Thanksgiving and Christmas — 37% of the total number of holiday deaths. Kentucky state law [...]

15 Ways to Prep for Winter Travel in Kentucky

Key Points of This Article On average, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports nearly 6,000 people are killed, and over 445,000 people are injured in weather-related crashes each year. Western Kentucky drivers are bracing for cooler weather and freezing temps that can produce slick rain, blinding fog, and unexpected slippery road conditions caused by [...]

Hurt In a Truck Accident? Kentucky Lawyers Who Can Help.

Key Points of This Article: A boost in online shopping demand now requires 70% of all U.S. products to reach their destination by freight delivery trucks or large semi-trucks, weighing more than 10,000 pounds. Truck drivers who deliver freight often work long shifts and are under a demanding schedule, making fatigue, speed, and distraction common [...]

How To Prevent Halloween-Related Injuries in 2020

Key Points of This Article: Many Kentucky communities have decided Halloween trick-or-treating is still a go in 2020 for those who feel comfortable participating. Children are more than twice as likely to be injured in a pedestrian accident on Halloween than on any other day or night throughout the year. The riskiest time for young [...]

9 Common Causes Behind Older Driver Accidents

Key Points of This Article: The Federal Highway Administration reports that older drivers, persons aged 65-years-of-age and up, are involved in more motor vehicle fatalities than any other driving group, except for drivers under age 20. As a person ages, conditions such as arthritis and glaucoma, and diseases such as early dementia and diabetes may [...]

By |2020-09-11T18:18:11+00:00September 9th, 2020|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

7 Back-To-School Driving Tips For Kentucky Families

Key Points of This Article: A new school year can serve as an excellent time to be reminded of the importance of the good driver behaviors we are all responsible for, such as staying patient and always alert. Each year in the U.S., about 100 children are killed while traveling to or from school, and [...]

By |2020-09-11T18:17:23+00:00September 1st, 2020|Auto Accidents, Bicycle Accident, Child Safety, Safety|0 Comments

Even with Less Traffic, Kentuckians Must Practice Safe Driving

Key Points of This Article: With fewer vehicles on the road due to COVID-19, state highway safety officials across the country are seeing a severe spike in speeding and a rise in related crashes, says an alert by The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). Traffic safety officials nationwide, including here in Kentucky, are pleading with [...]