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Basilar Skull Fractures Caused by Car Crashes Can Lead to Lasting Impairments

Basilar skull fractures, also known as basal skull fractures or base-of-skull fractures, are not a common injury. However, this type of skull fracture can lead to significant accident-related expenses for car accident victims. If you’ve suffered a basilar skull fracture or lost a loved one…

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What All Kentucky Drivers Need to Know About Intersection Crashes and Who Is at Fault

There is a basic rule of driving safely that most of us learn long before we get our driver’s licenses. At a young age, we learn to stop for a red light. Yet, each year, drivers, passengers, and pedestrians are hurt and killed when a…

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Pedestrian Fatalities in Kentucky and Throughout the United States

You may think walking to your destination is best for your health and for the environment, but you could be taking your life in your hands when you walk in Kentucky. In the decade from 2008 to 2017, pedestrian fatalities increased by 35% in the…

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Recovering From a Car Accident Dental Injury

At the moment of impact, there was nothing that you could do to protect your mouth. Your injuries are, thankfully, not life-threatening, but they may require extensive and expensive treatments. Protect your physical and financial recoveries by learning everything you can about car accident dental…

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Your Guide to Car Accident Injury Recoveries

Knee injuries can be painful and life-changing. Before your car accident, you may have been able to walk, bend, drive, and go about your daily activities with little thought about whether you could stand, sit, or be pain-free. Now, your whole life has changed because…

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What Happens When You Suffer Bursitis in a Car Crash

Tiny fluid-filled sacs cushion our bones, tendons, and muscles. When these sacs, called bursa, become, inflamed bursitis may be diagnosed. Bursitis is a painful condition that may occur in different parts of the body, but most commonly happens in the shoulder, elbow, hip, or knee….

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