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Semi-trucks are an essential part of commerce in Kentucky and nationwide. They make it possible for goods produced in Kentucky to be shipped as far away as Maine or California and everywhere in between. However, there are dangers associated with having semi-trucks on the road.

Construction zone accident in Kentucky kills six

Driving through construction zones can be frustrating, to say the least. Lane changes and reduced speed limits can lead to congestion and slow-downs in traffic. The mere sight of those orange barrels and flashing signs may cause a driver to groan. However, they are there for a reason--to keep both motorists and workers safe. The failure to pay attention to changes in traffic when in a construction zone can lead to severe or even fatal car accidents.

Can nursing homes in Kentucky make arbitration mandatory?

People in Lexington who enter a nursing home naturally expect that they will receive quality care. Unfortunately, instances of nursing home abuse and neglect do happen. When they do, residents or their families may want to pursue legal action. However, can a nursing home make arbitration mandatory as a condition of admittance?

Could self-driving trucks reduce truck accidents?

Many people in Lexington may have slowly noticed technology overtaking roles once held by people. For example, many grocery stores now have self check-out lines, where customers can scan, bag and pay for their items at a kiosk, rather than having these transactions handled by cashiers and baggers. Also, many jobs in the manufacturing industry that were once held by people have now been replaced with robotics. However, one group of researchers thinks, that within the next 10 years, automated technology could be installed on semi-trucks, replacing the role once held by truck drivers.

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