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    Why Is Road Rage Dangerous?

    By Todd W. Burris |

    Everyone experiences frustration while they’re driving. Getting caught behind a slow driver or getting stuck in traffic happen to us all. But at what point does that frustration turn us into dangerous drivers? When people let their anger get the best of them while driving, their road rage can make them drive dangerously and… Read More »

    5 Tips for Prioritizing Safety When on a Road Trip

    By Todd W. Burris |

    There’s nothing more exciting than packing up the car and going on a road trip. But it’s important to remember the responsibilities of being on the road. Whether it’s a four hour drive or a four day drive, you need to prepare accordingly. Not doing so could result in a car accident. Driving for… Read More »

    The Hidden Dangers of Whiplash Injuries

    By Todd W. Burris |

    Car accidents cause many kinds of injuries. One of the most common is whiplash. The impact of the car crash makes your head make a quick, jerking motion forward and backward. The sudden motion can stretch and tear the muscles and tendons in your neck, which causes neck strain. Whiplash injuries are dangerous because… Read More »

    How Common Are Head Injuries After a Car Accident?

    By Todd W. Burris |

    Car accidents can cause many different head injuries. They’re often unexpected and can force your head to jerk suddenly, or make your head hit something in the car. These head injuries can be mild or severe, and need medical treatment for recovery. When you get a head injury, your recovery time might require you… Read More »

    How to Report Unsafe Truckers in Kentucky

    By Todd W. Burris |

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in May 2016 that there are about 1,704,520 truck driving jobs in the nation. With so many drivers handling large vehicles, you would expect them to prioritize road safety and never take any chances while driving. But this isn’t always true. Whether the driver is reckless or overworked,… Read More »

    What Are ‘Pain and Suffering’ Damages?

    By Todd W. Burris |

    When you hear about personal injury cases, you usually hear about compensation, often referred to as ‘damages’. People can get compensation for medical expenses, lost wages if they can’t work, and pain and suffering. The last one doesn’t seem as concrete as the others, so it’s natural for someone to be confused as to… Read More »

    What’s the Deadliest Interstate in Kentucky?

    By Todd W. Burris |

    Some Kentucky interstates have a large amount of fatal collisions each year. While many aspects that contribute to these collisions are preventable, like speeding, distracted driving, and drunk driving, the numbers are still high. Kentucky driving laws state that drivers under 18 aren’t allowed to use cell phones, but drivers over 18 can use… Read More »

    The Ultimate Guide to Holiday Fun in Lexington – 2017 Edition

    By Todd W. Burris |

    When you see beautiful twinkling lights, green wreaths, and red bows, you know the holiday season is here. It’s busy, festive, and brings a lot of fun celebrations. This time of year is meant to spend time with the people you care about most. Luckily, it’s easy to do this in Lexington, KY because… Read More »

    The Inherent Dangers of Rear-End Collisions

    By Todd W. Burris |

    When you’re driving, you should focus all your attention on driving safely. Your hands are on the steering wheel, your eyes are on the road, and you’re mindful of the speed limit and the other cars. You’d probably expect the other drivers to use safe driving behaviors, too, but not everyone does this. Sometimes,… Read More »

    Why Is Texting and Driving So Dangerous?

    By Todd W. Burris |

      Most of our communication happens on a cell phone and it’s how people get a hold of you. It’s typical for people to always have their phones on them. When they bring their phones into the car, they might be tempted to immediately respond to any text they get. When this happens, they… Read More »

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