The Kentucky Supreme Court has overturned a 2017 law that had virtually brought medical malpractice cases to a standstill within the state. The court's action once again freed people to file lawsuits when they suffered grave injuries at the hands of their doctors, nurses and other medical providers.
To many residents, traveling Kentucky roadways on a motorcycle is one of life's great pleasures. Seasoned bikers know about the dangers that motorists can pose. Therefore, they take care to ride defensively, safely and in compliance with all traffic laws. Unfortunately, a negligent driver can still cause motorcycle accidents that lead to serious injuries and massive out-of-pocket expenses.
The fall season in the state of Kentucky is just around the corner and may have already begun in some locations. Many motorcycle enthusiasts believe that autumn is the perfect time to view the changing landscape and enjoy the gorgeous scenery. Knowing the dangers of riding in autumn ahead of time can help you remain healthy and free of the injuries that typically occur in a motorcycle accident.
What do you normally wear when you take your motorcycle out on the weekend? A black leather jacket? A pair of jeans? Maybe a dark-colored helmet?
A woman was involved in an accident that left one person dead in Louisville, Kentucky. She is now facing murder charges, wanton endangerment charges and charges for driving a car while under the influence. The woman is 27 years old.
When you got your motorcycle, did you consider teaching yourself how to lay the bike down in an emergency? Many people think of this as the best way to cut speed and avoid a crash.
You're involved in a motorcycle accident when a driver turns left in front of you. You slam into the front panel of the car, sail off your bike and land in the road.
You have always heard that motorcycle accidents are dangerous. You wear the gear: a leather jacket, a full-shield helmet, riding gloves and protective pants.
When you're on the roads, it's important that you do everything you can to share the roads safely. The last thing anyone wants is to get into an accident because he or she wasn't paying attention or because another driver, cyclist or pedestrian wasn't watching where he or she was going.
When you realize the time is right to own a motorcycle, you should perform some research ahead of time regarding motorcycle insurance. It is required by law to have some form of coverage for your motorcycle in Kentucky, much like other motorists must have for their truck, van or car. Today, we will explain the various insurance coverages available for motorcycles.