Kentucky Loss of Limb Injury

As a personal injury attorney, I’ve seen examples of many types of car wreck injuries.  We commonly think of broken bones, neck or back injuries.  Some of these are reduced as more people remember to use their seat belts.  However, this safety measure doesn’t prevent a loss of limb injury. In an automobile accident, the forces exerted on the human body are extremely violent.  If the collision results in a rollover, hands and arms can be severely damaged if they are extended outside of the car and get trapped between …

Intersection Wreck Involving 3 Cars

Intersections are among the most dangerous areas of the road.  If you think about it, you probably travel through hundreds of them each week.  A recent western Kentucky newspaper reported an intersection wreck involving 3 cars. In this collision, the first car was struck by the second car and they collided with a third car, which was sitting at the intersection.  Even if you’re not in one of the cars involved in the primary collision, this example proves how other vehicles can also be at risk. Common Causes for Collisions …

Distracted Driving in Western Kentucky

Earlier this summer, KFVS12 reported on a Livingston County fatal collision involving a car and a tractor trailer.  It appears the driver of the car didn’t realize that traffic had slowed ahead of her.  She apparently tried to switch lanes but was forced to return to her lane.  She collided with a tractor trailer after losing control of her car.  It may have been a case of distracted driving. Unfortunately, we see all too many wrecks on I-24.  Between construction zones, access ramps, tractor trailer traffic and inattentive drivers, it …