Injury & Accident Lawyer in Pikeville KY

Full of Empty Beds

April 05,2015

Vehicle accidents, falls, assaults and unintentional blunt force traumas result in over one million Americans sustaining a brain injury every year. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can range from “mild” to "severe,” with the most critical cases requiring the victim to have life-time medical care. TBI symptoms may be mild at first and may worsen over time. Shattered glass and twisted metal. Broken bones and blood. Tra...

Increase Motorcycle Visibility with a Kentucky-Made Product

April 02,2015

As the weather turns warmer, motorcycle riding season also begins. Many of us count down the last days of winter just itching to fire up our bikes and go for a ride. While you’re making those final mechanical adjustments and dusting off your riding gear, you might also want to consider new ways to keep yourself safe. In 2013 alone, 4,668 people died in motorcycle crashes and 88,000 were injured. Meet Louisville-Based C...

Taking a Good Look at Eye Safety

March 30,2015

The eye is an amazing organ. Designed to react to light, the human eye can perceive depth and can distinguish approximately 10 million colors. Unfortunately, the eye is also very vulnerable. All it takes is a particle of dust, a splash of a chemical or a sliver of glass to cause significant and permanent eye damage. Prevent Blindness America, the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization, designated M...

What Lies Beneath

March 24,2015

Our state is no stranger to oil and gas drilling. In fact, one of the earliest commercial U.S. oil wells was discovered in 1829 by a man boring for salt brine on a farm in Cumberland County. Nonrenewable resources such as petroleum and natural gas are major sources of energy generation. According to the Kentucky Waterways Alliance, there are an estimated 6,000 shale gas wells producing between 50 and 70 billion cubic fee...

“This Is A Text of A Wireless Emergency System. This Is Only A Text…”

February 19,2015

If there is anything as diverse as the customs and communities in this country, it's the weather. Large hailstones, heavy snowfall, pounding rainstorms, severe wind – seems like no matter where you live, extreme weather can be an issue. Some thrill-seekers chase storms, but for the average person, driving into damaging winds or torrential rains is cause to panic. Wouldn't it be great to get warnings about threatening w...

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