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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

The Dangerous Trend in Pedestrian and Cyclist Deaths

Key Points of This Article: The number of pedestrians and cyclists who have been killed by motor vehicles has continued to quickly rise in recent years. In 2019, pedestrian deaths reached the highest level in nearly three decades, according to new estimates by the Governors Highway Safety Association. A cyclist or pedestrian’s chances of dying increase [...]

Chris Rhoads Recognized as A Top Personal Injury Attorney for Client Satisfaction

Key Points of This Article: Rhoads & Rhoads partner and attorney Chris Rhoads has been recognized as a 2020 Member of American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys for his exceptional performance in client satisfaction. The firm is very proud of Chris’s leadership as both a kind yet aggressive personal injury attorney who is knowledgeable and [...]

Tips for Both Motorists and Bike Riders to Keep Each Other Safe

Synopsis 2018 reports by the Governors Highway Safety Association show that while the overall number of bicycle accidents in the country is declining, the number of bike accidents which result in rider fatalities is on the rise. The most common collision between a passenger vehicle and bicycle typically occurs when a car is exiting [...]

5 Tips for Safe Driving Around Bicycles

5 Ways to Reduce the Chance of Injuring a Cyclist This Summer From the Trans-America Trail to the many new paths and city bike lanes popping up throughout Western Kentucky communities, most drivers will share the road with cyclists this summer. And when they do, transportation experts say many will be traveling too close despite [...]

If You are Passing A Kentucky Bicylcist Give Them 3-Feet

Kentucky State law classifies bicycles as vehicles, which means they share the same rights and responsibilities as motor vehicle drivers. Bicycles have a right to be on the road and are expected to obey traffic laws just as car and truck drivers do. But it is also the shared responsibility by both motorists and cyclists [...]

By |2020-02-13T13:22:27+00:00March 6th, 2017|Bicycle Accident|0 Comments