As Louisville residents are gearing up for the upcoming Labor Day weekend, it is important to remember to drive safely on the roads. Labor Day is a time for get-togethers with family and friends, barbecues, boating and blowing off a little steam at the summer season's unofficial end.
No one plans to ever suffer injuries in a car accident. Yet, millions of Americans each year face long recoveries and financial ruin after auto accidents leave them with serious injuries that render them unable to return to work and earn a living.
As we close in on the final days of July and cruise into August, some Louisville residents are heading out on family vacations before the kids head back to school. But you should plan ahead for safety before ever leaving home.
What are your plans for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday? Are you traveling to distant beaches or visiting out-of-state friends or relatives? Or maybe you plan to fire up the backyard grill and invite the neighbors over for some of your slow-cooked barbecued ribs that are a perennial Fourth of July favorite.
For some Louisville residents, Memorial Day weekend will include taking a trip. Whether you plan to travel across town or across the country, being on the road during one of the busiest travel weekends of the year increases your chances of being involved in an accident.
If you get into an accident here in Louisville, you may experience significant pain and suffering as a consequence of another driver's negligence. As such, you may be able to file a personal injury claim for that pain and suffering.
Springtime in Louisville is a lovely season with many events and activities taking place. One of those on the horizon is the prom, a treasured rite of passage cherished by high school students all over the nation.
If you're the parent of a college student — or even a high-schooler — you may have come to dread the words "spring break." That's the time when school lets out and teens and young adults blow off steam for a week.
Do you use Uber or Lyft or any other ride-share company? If so, you likely use the service because you either don't have a vehicle or need someone to be a designated driver for a night out on the town in Louisville. Either way, do you know what to do if you are involved in an accident as a ride-share passenger? Let's take a look at this topic in today's post.
As we head into the last days of 2018 — and one of the biggest drunk driving nights of the year — it's a good time to review some sobering statistics. As it turns out, Kentucky is definitely in the top half of states with the highest rate of impaired driving fatalities.