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Are Efforts at Improving In-Car Tech Causing a Rise in Accident Risks?

Auto manufacturers are adding lots of tools to their cars which are designed to make it easier for motorists to interact with technology while driving. Often called infotainment systems, these in-vehicle systems let motorists talk to their cars and use their cell phones hands-free. The hope is that these systems will reduce the number of...

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Spinal Cord Injuries in Auto Accidents in Louisville

If you sustain a spinal cord injury, you can expect substantial costs for medical treatment, often for the remainder of your life. If your spinal injury leaves you paralyzed, you may need nursing home care or home healthcare aides since you will no longer be able to do the routine activities of daily living on...

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Louisville DUI Car Accidents Can Increase on Football Days

In Louisville, many people enjoy watching the Kentucky wildcats, the Louisville Cardinals, the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Football, and other professional and college sports teams. When people enjoy football, they often do so while drinking alcoholic beverages. While drinking has become a part of sports culture for many people, it is not without risk. In fact,...

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Negotiating with a Louisville Insurance Company

KY Farm Bureau, Grange Mutual, and Electric Insurance are some of the insurance companies which offer auto insurance coverage to drivers in Louisville. Drivers in Kentucky have to buy personal injury protection (PIP) coverage as well as bodily injury liability and property damage liability. The insurance you are required to buy before you can own...

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Preventing Nighttime Pedestrian Accidents in Louisville

A pedestrian was struck and killed recently in a late-night accident in Louisville, KY. WLKY reported that the incident occurred on a Thursday morning at around 12:15 AM at Main Street and Clay Street in the downtown Louisville area. Police were called to the scene of the collision and found a man lying in the road...

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Avoiding Mistakes After Kentucky Motorcycle Accidents

Kentucky motorcycle accidents are far too common.  Just recently, WCPO reported a man was killed in a fatal motorcycle collision in Kentucky when he drove his motorcycle off the road into a ditch.  The 35-year-old motorcycle rider was thrown from his bike and sustained serious injuries. He was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident...

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Kentucky Rear-End Accidents Can Cause Harm to Motorists

A rear-end accident resulted in multiple fatalities recently in Kentucky when a dump truck driver got distracted and did not see a slower moving car. The dump truck rear-ended the car, and then overrode the vehicle and pushed it into the guardrail.  The collision is currently being investigated by an accident reconstruction specialist according to...

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Getting Costs Covered After Louisville Drunk Driving Accidents

Drunk driving accidents are costly. In addition to facing serious medical expenses and property damage at the time of an accident, injury victims oftentimes find that the cost of long-term care and other expenses can last for years after an accident has occurred. According to data from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) drunk driving...

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Technological Advancements Reduce Rear-End Accidents?

An increasing number of auto manufacturers are equipping vehicles with technology designed to prevent rear-end car accidents, which remain one of the most common types of accidents nationwide, particularly due to distracted driving. An estimated 40 percent of all car wrecks are rear-end collisions, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Rear-end car...

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How Federal Laws Could Increase Louisville Truck Accidents

In Kentucky, there are state laws in effect which impose rest and meal break requirements applicable to truckers driving within the state. For example, truckers are entitled to a break for 10 minutes for every four hours worked. Kentucky is one of 22 states which imposes additional laws on break time for truckers above-and-beyond what the federal regulations require.  The...

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