For those of us who have children, there's no worse feeling than when one of our kids has spiked a high fever, has been feeling ill for days on end or has reported dizziness that just won't go away.
A car crash was the last thing you expected right now, but it happened, and now you are trying to figure out how to live your new normal. As a result of this event, you suffered injuries that have made it impossible for you to work. You do not know if or when you'll be able to return to work. The lost wages on top of the physical and emotional losses you've experienced have really started to take a toll on you and your family. What can you do?
Nearly three years after the death of an Owingsville, Kentucky, woman in a car crash, the driver of the other car is set to enter a guilty plea in her death. The crash occurred May 1, 2016.
Vehicle drivers and their passengers receive the benefit of air bags, seat belts and a steel frame that protects them from getting hurt. Motorcycle riders don't have any of this protection, which means they're completely vulnerable to getting seriously hurt in a crash. Even a minor rearward-striking collision could kill a motorcyclist, so it's important to avoid such crashes at all costs.