Can I Sue Someone After a Car Accident in Kentucky?

Can I Sue Someone After a Car Accident in Kentucky?

January 02,2019

When you (and family or friends) are injured in a car accident in Kentucky, you file a claim with your insurance company, which then forwards it to the negligent driver’s insurer. If that driver’s carrier is not offering a reasonable, fair settlement amount that will pay for all the damages you’ve suffered, a lawsuit to recover the balance may ultimately be appropriate. The only true reason to file a car accident laws...

Can This Car Camera Tell You If You’re Distracted?

September 10,2018

New technology developers are constantly pushing the envelope to create programs and applications which in many cases may make life easier and safer for us on a variety of levels. San Diego-based startup Netradyne has a new entry into the world of driver safety – the Driveri system. It helps you become a better driver through real-time monitoring of how you drive, then gives feedback, both immediate and later, from a r...

Vehicle Crashes Are a Big Driver of TBI Statistics

September 03,2018

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the United States, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC), which researched all TBI accident-related injuries in 2012 and 2013, including vehicle-related. TBIs account for about 30 percent of all injury deaths. Trauma to the brain often happens during an automobile accident when the skull strikes (or is stricken by) an object like ...

Over Half of Drug-Tested Drivers in Fatal Crashes Had Marijuana or Opiates in System

July 30,2018

Every car accident is a tragedy, especially when the accident results in severe injuries or death. Many of these crashes occur because of situations that could have been avoided, such as distracted driving or speeding. However, new research has shown that one of the most common causes of deadly car crashes could be driver drug use. Drug use impairs drivers' ability to operate vehicles safely, which raises the risk of deadl...

Study Suggests We Might Be Talking Too Much Behind the Wheel 

July 17,2018

Most people already know that it isn’t wise to use a cell phone while driving. However, studies show that many people are continuing to engage in this behavior even though they know it isn’t safe. Studies also show that this behavior leads to decreased driver awareness and an increased incidence of accidents. Research on Conversation Behind the Wheel The journal Human Factors recently published a meta-analysis that e...

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