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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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Louisville KY Attorney Discusses Wheel Runoff Car Accidents

When we think of what causes auto accidents in Louisville, distracted driving, drunk driving, speeding, and other common factors typically come to mind. Wheel runoff accidents, however, are usually not anticipated. These types of accidents happen when a wheel detaches from a vehicle, especially on a high speed or densely-traveled roadway. You could be struck...

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A Louisville Attorney Discusses the Danger of Wheel Runoff Accidents

When we think of what causes auto accidents in Louisville, distracted driving, drunk driving, speeding, and other common factors typically come to mind. However, wheel runoff accidents are usually not anticipated. They happen when a wheel detaches from a vehicle, especially on a high speed or densely-traveled roadway. You could be struck by a vehicle...

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Understanding The Risks of Nighttime Driving: A Louisville Attorney Discusses

The shortest days of the year are here. What does this mean for Kentucky drivers? More nighttime driving, at least until the spring daylight savings. Nighttime driving brings its own set of risks. And those risks often increase the likelihood of being injured in an auto accident.   Visibility is limited According to the National Safety Council (NSC), visibility is significantly...

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What Passengers In Louisville Should Know About Limo Accidents

On average, limousines can carry anywhere from 15 to 20 passengers. They often provide a safe and luxurious mode of transportation for special celebrations in Louisville. But when there’s an accident, limousine passengers can be seriously or fatally injured. A Recent Limo Accident Caused By Operator Negligence A limousine accident in Schoharie, New York that...

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Accidents Caused By Drivers Who Ignore Traffic Signals

Traffic signals serve a valuable purpose in Louisville and throughout the country – to maintain safety at complex intersections. However, some drivers are in hurry. Some speed up as the light turns yellow. Others ignore red lights altogether.   Drivers who run red lights commonly put the lives of other road users at risk. When an accident occurs, some crash victims may...

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3-Foot Passing Law to Reduce Louisville Bicycle Accidents

A 3-foot bicycle passing law took effect in Kentucky on July 14. The Morehead News reports 34 other states have already passed similar laws, which are aimed at reducing and preventing bicycle accidents. Kentucky law now requires motorists to move into a left lane if possible and to leave a minimum of 3 feet between...

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