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My Headlight Was Out and I Was Injured in an Accident
My Headlight Was Out and I Was Injured in an Accident

Visibility should be your top priority when driving at night or in inclement weather. If you are not able to see dangers in the road — such as other drivers, objects, slippery conditions, or animals — accidents can happen quickly. One of the most basic ways to ensure you can ...

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Blog posts in Car Accidents

  • As an Injured Passenger, Can I Sue the Driver of the Vehicle?

    Drivers who are injured in a car accident can generally turn to their own auto insurance or the other driver’s insurance to pay for their damages, ...

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  • Is it Legal to Record Another Driver After a Car Accident?

    The invention of the camera phone has provided almost everyone with a tool for documenting their life. This purpose goes beyond posting on social ...

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  • Driving History and More: What Affects My Car Insurance Rates?

    The purpose of car insurance is to provide benefits in the event of an accident. Because of this, people who are seen as at risk for collisions often ...

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  • What to Do if a Police Officer Made a Mistake on Your Car Accident Report

    After a car accident , police officers respond to the scene to help victims and file a report on the collision. Accident reports include general ...

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  • If I Let Someone Else Drive my Car, am I Liable for an Accident?

    Allowing a friend or family member to drive your car may seem like a harmless, helpful act. On many occasions, it is, but if that friend or family ...

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  • Should I Let my Child Drive my Car if They are Under 18?

    The day your child gets their drivers’ license is one of the most exciting days as a parent — it’s also one of the most nerve-wracking. Many teenagers ...

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  • Kentucky Supreme Court Says Police Can be Liable for Chases that Cause Accidents

    The state Supreme Court of Kentucky ruled that law enforcement can be liable for damages if a police car chase causes injury or death to the person ...

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  • Kentucky Office of Highway Safety Promotes Anti-Speeding Campaign

    The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) started its summer anti-speeding campaign, “Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine.” The campaign is funded by the ...

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  • March Is National Brain Injury Awareness Month

    Each year, over 2.5 million Americans sustain traumatic brain injuries (TBI) due to terrible falls, traffic collisions, combat situations, assaults, ...

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