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Truck Accident Injuries Are Devastating. Having An Experienced Legal Team That Will Fight To Recover Maximum Compensation Is Vital.

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For some individuals, a simple, everyday task, like a trip to the grocery store or gas station, or a quick drive to the school to pick up the kids, turns into a life-changing event either for themselves or a family member.

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When Kentucky seek help for a medical problem, their doctors often send them for X-rays, CT scans and other forms of diagnostic imaging. Radiology is one of the most important medical tools, including ultrasound scans, X-rays, CT scans, MRIs and other forms of scan.

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With nearly 4,000 people dying every year in big rig crashes, it’s important to do something about the most common crash factors. A leading one is drowsiness. Truckers in Kentucky may want to start by evaluating their sleep schedule.

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In Kentucky and the surrounding areas, people who hear the term “medical malpractice” might think it is related to a diagnostic error, surgical mistake or another inaccurate determination by a medical professional that causes injury or death.

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After being involved in a car accident in Kentucky, the risk of a brain injury is sometimes present. Most of the time, a brain injury occurs in severe impact accidents and those where the head hits the dashboard or another hard object whether inside or outside the vehicle.

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Summer is always a deadly time for teen drivers in Kentucky, and it’s the period from Memorial Day to Labor Day, in particular, that sees a spike in teen driving crash fatalities. There were more than 8,300 such fatalities during this period from 2008 to 2018, and so it’s aptly named the “100 deadliest days.”

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