5 Safety Tips To Keep Your Halloween Extra Safe

Halloween is an incredibly special time of year for both adults and children, but many festivities were canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Numerous Americans are planning Halloween activities this year despite the pandemic, so it’s critical to know how to stay safe while celebrating. The director of the Center for Disease Control [...]

By |2021-10-27T17:15:13+00:00October 27th, 2021|Child Safety, Halloween, Personal Injury, Tips|0 Comments

Why Taking Photos After A Car Crash Is So Critical

Key points of this article: The importance of documenting your accident by taking multiple photographs at the scene The types of photos to take What to do if you are too injured to take photos Subsequent photos that could prove helpful Suppose someone has just smashed into the back of your car at a red [...]

By |2021-09-24T15:26:30+00:00August 18th, 2021|Auto Accidents, Car Accident, Personal Injury, Tips|0 Comments

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 |2021-07-08T19:50:37+00:00February 10th, 2021|Car Accident, Insurance, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Tips|0 Comments

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 [...]

7 Things To Know Before Applying For Social Security

Key Points of This Article: Kentuckians often have several questions about determining their Social Security disability eligibility, how to apply, and how to appeal a decision. There are specific requirements to meet before being considered eligible for disability benefits, and an application with medical evidence must be collected to prove the injury has hindered the [...]

By |2020-12-02T13:23:47+00:00November 4th, 2020|Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, Tips|0 Comments

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 [...]

How To Prepare For A Virtual Social Security Hearing

Key Points of This Article: In addition to telephone hearings, the Social Security Administration will begin to offer online video hearings, starting in the fall of 2020. This new free service will allow applicants and their representatives to participate in a hearing from anywhere they have access to a camera-enabled smartphone, tablet, or computer. A [...]

By |2020-09-25T20:56:09+00:00September 21st, 2020|Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, Tips|0 Comments

How To Help Your Teen Become A Better Driver

Key Points of This Article: The risk for fatal teen crashes increases by 17% during the summer months for young, inexperienced drivers. Nationwide, seven people died each day in teen-related summertime crashes from 2008 to 2018. Parents remain the best line of defense to keep everyone safe behind the wheel by educating teens on the [...]

Ten Social Security Disability Questions Answered

Key Points of This Article: The Social Security Administration is currently paying an average monthly disability payment of about $1,258 to disabled workers. Benefits may be collected after an individual has been diagnosed with a physical or mental condition that affects their ability to work and has lasted or is expected to continue at least [...]

Kentucky Semi-Truck Crashes Ranked By County

There are 3.5 million truck drivers in the U.S., many of whom will work 70 hours in an 8-day work week before getting a day off. Approximately 90% of all fatal crashes involving large trucks occur in rural areas or Interstate highways, similar to those found in Boone, Daviess, and Clark counties. Semi-truck haulers and [...]