The last thing you want to see when driving is a person who may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Maybe they're swerving all over the road. Or maybe they've struck an object, such as a parked vehicle or traffic sign.
When someone causes you to suffer serious injuries in a car accident -- because he or she was negligent, unlawful or reckless -- that person is financially liable for your injuries. If the individual happened to be operating his or her vehicle while intoxicated at the time of the crash, this evidence can strengthen your case and help you pursue financial damages relating to the cost of your medical care, lost income, legal fees and more.
For many years, people have tried to understand how and why motor vehicle accidents keep occurring. In this age of awareness and enlightenment, it seems inconceivable to many Kentucky residents that vehicle crashes are still a large problem. As you may already know, accidents happen for a number of reasons, but which cause occupies the top position?
Accidents can happen on the streets and roads of the Bluegrass State, and drivers work together to get over them when they happen. One thing that always spells bad news for people on the roads is a driver who had one too many drinks. When it comes to road safety, even one drink is one too many.
When a person is blackout drunk, they cannot remember portions of the night before. In some cases, they lose entire chunks of time -- hours of lost memories. In other cases, their memories just drift in and out, and they may remember some things later if another person brings it up.
A woman has passed away after a suspected drunk driving accident in Pike County, Kentucky. She was from Mingo County, West Virginia. The Kentucky State Police released the news of her passing.
Drugged driving and drunk driving can often have a very similar appearance. Drivers have slower reaction times, they make more simple mistakes and they cause car accidents. But which type of driving is more dangerous?
If you went in to work after having a few drinks at lunch, how would you feel? As you sat in your cubicle with many people around you who were completely sober, would you start feeling like you were really intoxicated? Would you worry that it was obvious to everyone around you? Sure, you only had three beers, but you would probably feel drunk.
Three kids were enjoying themselves at William Harrison Park, never knowing that their day would end with an emergency trip to the hospital. That's exactly how things panned out, though, when an alleged drunk driver slammed into the playground equipment. Reports claim his vehicle was left tangled in that equipment in the wake of the crash.
Getting behind the wheel to go to school or work each day is more dangerous than many drivers might think. Driving is a dangerous task that many take for granted. The task becomes even more dangerous due to those who make poor decisions to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. So, how do you spot a drunk driver in Kentucky?