People all across Kentucky commute for work. If you are one of these commuters, then you likely spend hours in your car every week. During these trips, you probably see countless drivers engaging in unsafe behaviors, from texting while driving to speeding.
You have probably had to share the road with semi trucks in and around the Frankfort area. You may have even had a few close calls with one of these large trucks. When driving near semis, the most important thing you can do is to stay alert. Also, you should remember to give truckers plenty of room.
Kentucky state lawmakers have once again set their sights on the state's medical malpractice laws. This month, the Senate Health and Welfare Committee moved forward with Senate Bill 20. If it passes and is signed into law, it will cap plaintiffs' attorneys' fees in medical malpractice cases.
There are times when a slip-and-fall accident is nothing serious. Even though you hit the ground, you're able to get back up and continue with your day.
Some common minor birth complications resolve quickly with little to no medical intervention, e.g., jaundice in newborns and cranial and facial bruising after a forceps delivery.
Winter can be a particularly dangerous time for accidents with the additional hazard of snow and ice. More cars are on the road traveling to family gatherings and other holiday celebrations. If you see a vehicle spin out, stuck on the side of the road or a multiple-car crash, you may feel compelled to stop and help them. That’s great!
While typically done in the earlier autumn months, if you haven't yet winterized your property, there is still time. Doing so now can save you a bundle of money — not just on costly repairs, but also by preventing potential accidents that could lead to premises liability litigation.
Question: We have neighbor with a small hyperactive dog. Whenever I walk by, the dog yips and jumps. It even made it over the fence once. I was able to outrun the dog, but what should I do in the future if the dog catches up and actually bites me?