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Is Kentucky a No Fault State

No-Fault Insurance States The state of Kentucky is called a no-fault state because of a law stating that each driver in the state of Kentucky has to file a claim with their insurance company first to get compensation for medical bills and other financial losses caused by the accident according to their own insurance policy....
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What to Know: Lower Back Pain After Car Accident

With all the headaches being in a car accident causes, a physical injury can seem like rubbing salt in the wound. While procuring repairs, finding alternative transportation, and calling your insurance provider might take up most of your time, it is important to keep an eye on your health – and your spine in particular....
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Truck Accident Statistics

Large trucks deliver most of the goods we consume and use in our daily lives: the food we eat, the clothes we wear, our mail order deliveries, the materials to build and renovate our homes, and even the vehicles we drive. It all comes by truck. The number of licensed heavy trucks on US...
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When to Hire a Car Accident Lawyer

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident is a stressful time. Accident victims have so many things to worry about - property damage, medical expenses, dealing with the other driver and insurance companies - that often the thought of hiring legal representation is forgotten or never considered. If you have been injured in an auto accident or if...
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Kentucky Motorcycle Helmet Laws

Motorcycle Helmet Law in Kentucky After months of cold weather, seasoned riders and those new to motorcycle riding will begin hitting the road in the next few weeks. Riding is fun, and a great way to enjoy the countryside.  Unfortunately, without the proper precautions and training, it can also be dangerous. That includes wearing...
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Reviewing Reasons Why Drivers are Fatigued

Drunk driving, road rage and speeding are associated with many motor vehicle collisions and a lot of drivers are aware of how dangerous these behaviors can be. However, there are many other reasons why drivers may have a higher chance of causing a crash, such as fatigue. Fatigue can be difficult for different reasons,...
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