When the sun sets in Kentucky, the roadways are still filled with people traveling to and from work, or going out for a night of fun. While you may be used to driving at night, it is important to realize the hidden dangers that may be present. In fact, you are three times more likely to be involved in a deadly car accident at night than you are while driving during the day, according to AAA. By recognizing the hazards that can appear at night, you may be able to minimize your risk of getting injured or killed in a car accident.
Teenagers in Ohio are like teenagers everywhere. They are very excited to get their driver’s license but think mainly about the places it can take them and the independence it will bring. However, it is vital that teens understand the enormous responsibility that comes with this privilege. How can parents help teens become safer and more aware drivers?
If you have been in an accident and your injuries are going to prevent you from being able to maintain your employment in Kentucky, one of the first steps you may be taking is to apply for social security disability benefits. This action may allow you access to a stable income despite your inability to work. These benefits will continue so long as you are incapable of using your skills to do your job because of the impact of your injuries.
Recovery after a major motor vehicle collision can take quite some time. Whether you suffered a soft tissue injury, a head injury or a broken bone, you will probably need a combination of immediate emergency trauma care and long-term care and support.