This month marked the 30th anniversary of one of Kentucky's deadliest accidents — the church bus collision in Carroll County.
Your car crash was bad enough that it left you out of work and in the hospital for weeks. You wanted to make sure you'd obtain enough in compensation from the other driver to make up for your losses at the very least. Now, you've gotten a message from the insurance company, and the settlement offer is nothing like what you expected.
Last year, the National Safety Council (NSC) predicted that over 400 individuals would die and another 47,000 would suffer serious injuries in auto accidents over the extended Memorial Day weekend.
Imagine having a permanent case of rhinitis, i.e., a runny nose, for two years. Tired of life tethered to a tissue box, you go to the doctor, who tells you that it's allergies.
With all of the information out there about the dangers of distracted driving, it seems that the problem would be diminishing. Yet research disturbingly reveals that just the opposite is true.