Car accidents sometimes feel random and chaotic, but the reality is that they all happen for a reason. Most of the time, these reasons are very easy to avoid and they just come back to driver error. Even when they have years of experience, people just are not safe drivers, and thousands of lives are lost every year as a result.
There is never a good time to be part of a car accident, but if you find yourself in this situation you need to know which steps to take.
While Louisville has been spared the brunt of the winter storms that have battered the coastal regions from the Deep South to New England, the freezing temperatures can still create some driving hazards.
As the nation braces for the Arctic Express to make its swing down into the south, the Kentucky State Police are urging drivers to use extra caution on the roads and interstates.
Even a fairly minor car accident can leave drivers and passengers with serious injuries, including concussions. When children suffer head injuries, it is particularly worrisome to parents.
- Soft tissue injuries are the most common when it comes to automobile accident. Whether it be whip lash, lower back pain or neck pain, Ewing & Willis can handle even the smallest injuries. Click on the link below to read about soft tissue injury cases we have handled.
If you are a Louisville parent who will be trick-or-treating this year, you may want to check out some safety tips provided by the Kentucky State Police for a safer Halloween experience for all.
If you're a Louisville parent of a high school student, chances are quite good that your son or daughter is caught up in the fall homecoming hype. Second only to prom for its importance on the school calendar, the annual homecoming dance offers kids a chance to get dressed up and socialize with their peers in a supervised environment.
When you're cruising down the highway in Kentucky, are you a safety risk to yourself, your passengers and other drivers? You may have unintentionally fallen into some dangerous driving habits that need to be broken.
Texting and driving is dangerous because drivers wind up looking down at their phones and writing when they should be looking at the road.