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Rider dies in motorcycle-car accident

There are many different vehicles on the road in Kentucky and, for the sake of safety, it is important that everyone keeps an eye on one another to avoid car accidents. This is especially true when there are pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists sharing the road with larger vehicles. One mistake or a split second of failing to pay attention can cause a crash with injuries and fatalities. For people who have been hurt in car accidents or lost a loved one, having legal advice to determine how best to move forward should not be ignored.

Even police officers can injure others in DUI car accidents

Kentucky drivers will understand the dangers of drunk driving accidents. Injuries and fatalities can happen because of them. When there is a drunk driving accident and people are injured, emergency responders and police are the ones who are supposed to assist, not be the driver in a DUI crash. However, there are times where police officers who are off duty will have car accidents and be found to have been under the influence. Since injuries can be long-lasting and costly, those who were injured in a crash must make sure they have legal advice to accrue evidence and pursue compensation in a legal filing.

Study shows number of pedestrian-car accidents spiked in 2018

When car accidents are discussed in Kentucky, the first thing that naturally comes to mind is that it was between two vehicles. However, some of the accidents that can place people in the greatest jeopardy to be injured and lose their lives are pedestrian accidents. With the lack of protection pedestrians have, there can be brain trauma, spinal cord damage, broken bones, internal injuries and more. With pedestrian accidents, it is not only important to think about the future with a possible legal filing, but it is also imperative to assess statistics of pedestrian-car accidents and consider whether these are useful in a case.

A lawyer can help with a case after rear end car accidents

There are many kinds of auto accidents in Kentucky from head-on collisions to T-bone crashes to auto-pedestrian accidents and much more. One type of accident that is growing in frequency for a variety of reasons is rear end car accidents. People who are not paying attention to the road by looking at a device, changing a radio station, are drowsy or doing anything that removes their eyes from where they should be - the road - can cause a crash. Frequently, that crash involves a vehicle that is stopped in front of them. While all car accidents can cause injury and death, rear end crashes are unique in the kinds of issues that can arise in the aftermath. Having legal advice from a law firm that specializes in rear end accidents is essential when considering a case.

Emergency vehicle vs. car accidents can be deadly

Kentucky drivers are aware of the need to be aware and attentive when there are emergency vehicles in the area. Fire trucks, law enforcement vehicles and ambulances are often on the streets and traveling at significant speeds to get to their destination to help others. However, these vehicles are not always in a rush to get to an accident and their drivers can make mistakes just like anyone else. When there is a crash because an emergency vehicle violated the law by failing to yield, there can be ambulance-car accidents that could cause injuries and death - just what those in the ambulance are trying to help people get through. In these accidents, those who were involved or lost a loved one must remember their rights to consider a lawsuit.

Distracted driving car accidents still a pressing worry

In Kentucky and throughout the United States, drivers seemingly cannot resist the urge to grab their cellphones at the first opportunity. These distracted driving behaviors take place regardless of lawmakers and law enforcement entrusting drivers not to do so because of the danger of car accidents accompanying the practice. People can do many things on their cellphones and as a new study indicates, the latest trend is that people are shunning talking on the phone and simply use it to perform other tasks.

Risk of car accidents clear as pregnant woman loses baby

In Kentucky, drivers who are in a car accident are expected to stop and remain at the scene to ensure everyone involved is safe and to call for help if they are not. Some, however, choose not to do that and flee. When there is a hit-and-run car accident, it is a criminal act. It makes matters worse when there are injuries and the driver still decides that it is preferable to leave rather than face the consequences of a crash. For those who have been injured or lost a loved one in hit-and-run car accidents, the long-term consequences can be terrible. This is especially true if one of the victims was in a late-term pregnancy.

Pedestrian-car accidents still worrisome in Lexington

Drivers and pedestrians know the risks there are on the road and should be cognizant of strategies for everyone to remain safe. Still, pedestrian-car accidents happen quite frequently and they can result in injuries and fatalities. Because pedestrians are devoid of the protections that people in vehicles have, they can suffer broken bones, cuts, spinal cord damage, head trauma and more. Those who have been affected must remember the costs involved with these accidents if there are injuries. When there are fatalities, it is even more important.

Victims in car accidents must get legal help

The roads in Lexington can be treacherous at any time, but the winter and the holiday season can combine with common dangers that are in place year-round and put people in jeopardy. No one expects to leave their home, get into a vehicle and be involved in a collision with injuries and death, but it is an unfortunate truth that this happens every day. People can suddenly find themselves dealing with catastrophic injuries and the loss of a loved one with everything that goes along with such a terrible occurrence. The financial and personal aspects are often the last things that people think about after a crash, but it is imperative to realize the problems that can accrue and consider a legal filing.

Fatal hit-and-run pedestrian-car accidents will result in arrests

Car accidents are an unfortunate part of life throughout Kentucky. Every day, people are injured or lose their lives in a crash and the aftermath is always difficult for the family left behind. Especially egregious are cases where a person had an accident and fled the scene. When the crash is between a vehicle and a pedestrian, the driver choosing to flee the scene is significantly worse because of the vulnerability pedestrians have. Even in low-speed pedestrian-car accidents, people are prone to broken bones, brain injuries, spinal cord damage and death. After a hit-and-run in which a pedestrian has been killed, the family must consider all options to recover compensation through a legal filing.

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