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The Whaley Law Firm Personal Injury Podcast Debuts in December

Louisville Attorney Aaron Whaley Will Host New Episodes Every Two Weeks My personal injury podcast launches this December and will be a free resource that offers you important information from an experienced Louisville personal injury lawyer. Learn about legal issues related to accidents, the rights you have as an accident victim, the common tricks used...

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‘Driver’s ed never ends’ — A philosophy that can break poor habits, like getting too comfortable on familiar roads

The road you’ve driven on a thousand times on this day might be smeared with wet leaves. Or maybe a family is visiting nearby, with a child who likes to run outside. The more comfortable a driver is on the road, the less attention he or she might pay to other drivers and road conditions....

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The dangers of drowsy driving

Did you know that missing a few hours of sleep can have a similar impact on drivers as being alcohol-impaired? It's true, and unfortunately, it's very common for people to get behind the wheel after not getting an adequate amount of sleep. There are about 91,000 crashes caused by drowsy driving each year across the...

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How Exercise Can Prevent Crashes Involving Senior Drivers

For Kentucky drivers over the age of 65, giving up their keys is not easy. Even when basic driving skills that require physical coordination, motor functions, flexibility, and adequate vision start to decline, many senior drivers still aren’t ready to surrender their licenses. According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), Kentucky only requires drivers to...

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Why are Traffic Fatalities Still High Despite Advances in Safety Tech?

While Kentucky skies are not filled with flying cars just yet, automotive safety technology is advancing every day. From the beginnings of vehicle-to-vehicle communication and self-driving cars, to automatic emergency braking, driving can only get safer, right? A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration report states that 37,000 people died on roadways across the United States...

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