November 2019 Archives

Motorcycle accidents and road rash

Motorcyclists are among the most vulnerable travelers on the roadway. A motorist's failure to yield to a motorcycle or neglecting to double-check a blind spot for motorcycles can result in a motorcycle accident that causes serious injuries. While some injuries suffered in these wrecks are minor, others are quite severe. Potential severe injuries include brain and spinal cord injuries, which can leave victims with permanent disability. There are some injuries, however, that some consider moderate in nature. Yet, even though these injuries don't immediately raise concern for serious harm, they can become severe if complications arise or they are extensive enough.

How can bad weather lead to a premises liability claim?

It is November and Kentucky residents must be prepared for changes in the weather that can make traveling and getting around more difficult. Snow, ice and other forms of slippery precipitation can cause challenges for pedestrians and drivers alike. Individuals should use care when crossing affected surfaces to prevent accidents and personal injuries.

Car accident injuries to the head and back can be serious

The trauma of a car accident can inflict severe pain and suffering on the health of a victim in Kentucky. While some accident victims are able to walk away from crashes without experiencing significant physical harm, others are taken from the scenes of crashes with life-threatening injuries. Oftentimes, when victims suffer serious injuries in motor vehicle accidents, those injuries affect their heads and their backs.

Commercial vehicle drivers have to be cautious on the roads

When a commercial vehicle is on the road, it's supposed to be driven by someone who has the knowledge to do so safely. The driver normally has to have a commercial driver's license (CDL) and to be educated in how to drive the particular vehicle that is in use.

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