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.
It's the holiday season once again — a time when the alcohol often flows too freely at parties and office gatherings. This time of year typically brings an uptick in the number of drunk driving accidents and arrests for that reason.
If you're looking for a less scary Halloween alternative for your youngsters, consider taking them to the zoo. Louisville Zoo bills its Halloween celebration as the World's Largest Halloween Party. It's perfect for those with children under 12 who don't want the kids to get scared or hurt while they celebrate the holiday.
The 21st century has brought a lot of new technologies to the automotive industry. Most are designed to keep drivers safer on the roads. But can these enhanced features allow senior citizens to retain their driving privileges longer?
Car accident injuries can run the gamut from minor bumps and bruises to permanent and life-threatening disabilities. Should the injured victim decide to sue the liable party for the damages they caused, one thing that must be quantified in these cases is the victim's pain and suffering.
With the inclement weather across America's heartland this month, it's a good time to review some driving tips for rainy and windy conditions.
Have you ever experienced an episode of road rage? Whether you were the aggressor or the victim, unchecked road rage is dangerous to all who share the highways.
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.
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.