All drivers in Kentucky need to have auto insurance. This holds true for most states, and yet, information gathered by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners found that nearly 13 percent of drivers do not have any insurance.
Head-on collisions may be one of the most dangerous types of motor vehicle accidents in Kentucky to be involved in. A recent accident killing multiple people involved a head-on crash.
Did you know that overloading is among the leading causes of truck accidents? Overloading cargo violates various state and federal regulations, and yet the practice continues.
Car accidents can range in severity from minor fender benders to fatal tragedies. No matter how bad a collision appears to be, there may be long-lasting consequences that affect your health and wellbeing after the fact. This is just one reason why it is important not to rule out legal recourse when you are attempting to recover from the trauma of an auto collision.
Immediately after a car accident, you may not be in the best position to analyze your situation. However, it may not be easy weeks later, either, unless you know the legal definitions for your suffering.
If you have ever had to deal with any type of insurance company for any reason, you know how frustrating the process can be. To avoid drawn-out involvement, it is natural to want to jump at any settlement offer, no matter how meager.
Spring has arrived in Kentucky. The trees are budding, grass is growing, people are starting to be outside more. Even though there is no ice or snow on the road, there are many factors in the spring which can cause an accident. It is important to stay alert on the road all year long.