Loss of limb is a traumatic experience for an accident victim

When a car accident happens, a Kentucky victim may face a range of possible injuries and damages. This blog has previously discussed some of the catastrophic injuries that can result when victims suffer brain injuries, spinal injuries and other serious health complications. This post will discuss another type of injury that may occur after a person is involved in a serious vehicle crash: loss of a limb.

Legislator proposes bill to warn of chemicals in kids' toiletries

Many little girls in Kentucky enjoy opening up their mothers' make-up kits and playing with the fantastic supplies found therein. From lipsticks and eye shadows to concealers and mascaras, make-up products have been developed to enhance the natural beauty that women already possess. Because they are so popular with women and girls of all ages, many companies have developed make-up products for children to use for play and pretend.

What types of paralysis can result from spinal cord injuries?

A spinal cord injury can be one of the most devastating types of harm that a Kentucky resident can suffer. This is because damage to the spinal cord and spinal column can result in paralysis. Paralysis occurs when a person cannot use their muscles to move their bodies, which can limit the motility as well as the functioning of their organs and other bodily systems.

The pre-ride checklist for motorcyclists

Motorcyclists face the worst dangers of anyone on the road. One false move and it can spell disaster for a biker traveling at high speeds down the road. For this reason, bikers need to take every precaution available before they go for a ride.

Children are often the victims of pedestrian accidents

Kentucky parents do their best to teach their children how to be safe. One of the biggest lessons that they try to impart to their kids is how to safely cross the street. However, even when a child has been well coached on stopping, looking both ways and listening for traffic, tragic incidents can occur. This post will discuss the responsibility of drivers to avoid dangerous pedestrian accidents with children.

What problems can develop from a traumatic brain injury?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a traumatic brain injury happens when a person's normal brain functioning is impaired by a bump, blow or penetrating injury. Thousands of people suffer from TBI each year and the signs and symptoms that they exhibit can vary greatly. This post will briefly introduce what a person could experience if they suspect they may have suffered TBI, but readers are reminded that this post is not a substitute for medical or legal advice.

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