Compensation for medical damages after a motor vehicle accident

A car accident can bring to a halt many of the plans and goals that a Kentucky resident has for their future. The injuries that a person can suffer when they are hurt by a reckless or irresponsible driver can be extensive, costly and disabling. Victims of these serious forms of motor vehicle accidents may choose to sue for their damages to make themselves whole.

Understanding the severity of auto-pedestrian collisions

Now that the Memorial Day weekend has come and gone, Kentucky residents may be gearing up for summer. Those plans may include spending more time outdoors so that individuals can enjoy the warmth and sun that comes with the turn of the season. As more people choose to ride their bikes, walk to work and play at parks, they may discover that they are having more encounters with vehicles on the roads.

Elements of a defective motor vehicle products liability claim

Products liability claims walk a fine line between consumer protection law and personal injury law. On one hand, a product may be defective and may not be what a consumer intended to purchase when they acquired it. On the other hand, the defect that the product suffers from may make the product dangerous to the consumer who uses it.

Motor vehicle accidents more common in light rain than expected

Kentucky drivers will be abundantly aware of the dangers on the road when the weather is poor. Heavy rain, snow, hail and other weather events can make the roads treacherous for everyone. However, there is a frequent perception that only heavy rain and other significant events are risky. As a recent study shows, that is not the case. Light rain will also place people in jeopardy of catastrophic injuries and fatalities. For those who have been hurt or lost a loved one in accidents under these circumstances, understanding how their future will be impacted is a must.

When does a fatal traffic crash count as a wrongful death?

Motor vehicles are some of the most ubiquitous modern conveniences. They are owned by almost every family, and most working adults depend on them to perform their jobs. Part of vehicles being common means that most people don't deeply consider the risk that they pose. They simply get in and drive or ride without much concern.

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