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Kentucky Car Insurance Laws

The state of Kentucky is just over 39 thousand square miles. Within those parameters lives more than four million people. While much of the state is classified as rural, most habit "urban" cities. In 2016, there were over three million registered vehicles and almost three [...]
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Large Farm Truck, Delivery Trucks, or 18-wheeler Accidents on Country Roads

Kentucky has a lot of beautiful countryside and smaller country roads to go with it. But, when does one type of road stop and the other start? A rural or country road has low traffic volume and is identified by having one or two lanes. The purpose is to serve local and [...]
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Occupational Hazards You Should be Aware Of

Every job type presents some sort of safety hazard, and some jobs have occupational hazards that are more transparent than others. Employers should have safety rules and regulations in place to help prevent these accidents.
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In Case of Emergency (ICE) Car Kit Essentials

Life throws us curve balls. One minute, we're headed to a football game and the next, we're sitting on the side of the road with a flat tire. Whether it's merely an "inconvenient emergency" like a flat tire or an accident that has you stuck somewhere, it's always handy to [...]
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What Should I do if I Witness an Accident?

Crash! You’ve just witnessed a car accident. Now what? In the seconds and minutes that follow, you might call 911 if you suspect an injury. If the drivers are unable, another witness might call the police to report the accident and check that the drivers are okay.
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Nashville’s Potholes and How it Causes Accidents

Any Nashville resident will confirm the road conditions have been awful with an increase of potholes. In and around Davidson County, drivers are having to weave around potholes to avoid damaging their vehicle.
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Tennessee Bicycle Laws Explained

Bicycles are a great way to get around town and save money! If you choose to bike to work, the gym, or nearby restaurants, it’s essential to know the laws surrounding bicycles, including motorized bicycles. As a cyclist on the road, you are considered a “vehicle” and are [...]
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Are Rear-End Accidents Always the Fault of the Rear Car?

Accidents range from fender benders to devastating multi-car crashes. According to estimates provided by insurance companies, you’ll be in an accident about every 18 years. So if you start driving at age 16, you’ll most likely be in a crash by the time you’re 34 and two more [...]
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If I’m in a Car Accident While I’m Pregnant, What Can Happen?

Car accidents are always scary, but if you’re an expectant mother, you can face an even greater set of challenges. Not only is an accident dangerous for you, but it’s also harmful to your unborn child. The expenses you may face can also be more significant than usual due to [...]
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What Happens if You're Involved in a Wreck and Nobody Has Insurance?

Insurance policies cover us in “just in case” scenarios like car accidents, both routine medical care, emergency care, and in natural disasters. We agree to pay premiums, and when the unthinkable happens, the policy kicks in to cover the damage.
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