January 2014

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Five-Car Crash Kills 62-Year-Old Barbourville Woman

Related Links: When Is a Kentucky Car Accident a Wrongful Death? Compensation and Justice for a Fatal Kentucky Accident Lousiville Car Accident Lawyer A five-vehicle Knox County accident took the life of a local woman on Thursday morning January 2, 2014. The crash reportedly occurred…

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Having a Super Bowl Party? You May Be Liable for a KY Drunk Driving Death

Related Links: Emotional Impacts of Drunk Driving in Kentucky Ten Ways to Help Your Child After a KY Drunk Driving Death If you’re gearing up for the big game, you may have to answer for more than a friendly bet on the champs this year….

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What Every Parent Needs to Know About Lexington Brain Injuries

The truth is often difficult to hear. Whether your child is an infant or an adolescent, there are many potential causes of Lexington brain injuries and it can be difficult to protect your child all the time. However, you may be able to prevent some…

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I’m going on a ski vacation. I should insist that my family members all wear helmets? They reduce the risk of injury, right?

Related Links: Skiers Suffer Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injuries on the Slopes Skiers: Testing for “Talk and Die” Brain Injuries Can Save Your Life Yes and no. According to the National Ski Areas Association, skiers and snowboarders are wearing helmets more than ever before, with…

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How to Help Your Child Recover From a Brain Injury Accident in Louisville

The circumstances that can lead to a child’s brain injury accident in Louisville are almost as varied as the personality of Louisville’s children. A child could suffer a brain injury, for example, during a birth injury at University Hospital or a surgery gone wrong at…

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Skiers: Testing for “Talk and Die” Brain Injuries Can Save Your Life

Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher may not be out of danger after a skiing accident caused a traumatic head injury, but the driver was fortunate to be found early—a major factor in surviving a skiing “talk and die” brain injury. According to a recent study…

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