August 2016

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Bladder Cancer: Important Information for Patients and Families

You’ve received a scary diagnosis: the doctor has told you that you have bladder cancer. You may feel a wide range of emotions and you may be wondering what your diagnosis means. It is important that you talk to a doctor you trust to have…

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Preventing Teen Distracted Driving Accidents

Distracted driving is a factor in about ten percent of all fatal accidents involving 15- to 19-year-old drivers, making teen drivers the age group with the largest percentage of drivers who are distracted at the time of fatal accidents, according to the federal government. Distracted…

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Do Work Zones and Bad Weather Conditions Cause Accidents? Or Should We Blame Drivers?

Driving in work zones or on wet roads can be challenging. However, it is not the road work on the rain that causes car accidents. Instead, it is the negligence of the drivers in these potentially hazardous situations. Accordingly, it is important to know what…

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How to Avoid Drowsy Driving Accidents and What to Do If You Can’t

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 60% of drivers have driven while drowsy and 37% have fallen asleep at the wheel within the last year. In Kentucky during 2014, the most recent year for which data is available, 1,230 drivers who fell asleep were involved…

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Did a Speeding Driver Kill Your Loved One in a Kentucky Car Crash?

Speeding includes both exceeding the speed limit and driving too fast for conditions. In 2014— the most current year for which data is available—the Kentucky State Police reports that drivers who were traveling too fast for conditions caused 5,807 accidents and that drivers who were…

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Drunk Driving in Kentucky: The Problem, the Law, and the Solutions

In 2014—the latest year for which we have complete statistics—there were 4,334 alcohol-related accidents in Kentucky. The Kentucky State Police reports that 156 people died and 2,067 people were hurt in these accidents. This includes drivers over 21 years old who are legally allowed to…

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