Highways in Kentucky – throughout the United States, in fact – are filled with tractor-trailers and semitrucks moving goods from one place to another. Commercial truck drivers are just as likely to be distracted or make an error on the road as any driver is and cause an accident.
A car accident is a scary and life-altering experience and even a minor fender bender can leave you rattled. But a severe car accident with fatalities has devastating consequences. It not only affects those involved but leaves loved ones grieving and having to pick up the pieces.
Three Kentucky children have been left without a mother after a head-on crash took the life of a 45-year-old woman.
Winter driving is always accompanied by the possibility of driving in darkness. Whether you commute in the early or later hours of the day or drive frequently, the chances of driving before or after the sun is up are likely from November to March.
Women who experience normal pregnancies can have abnormal deliveries. One of the serious complications that can arise for the baby is birth asphyxia.
If you suspect that your loved one has been neglected while in the hands of a caretaker, it is important to contact the authorities quickly to be sure justice is served.