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What Happens to Your Body in a Rear End Collision?

Published on Jan 27, 2022 at 6:59 pm in Car Accidents.

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Getting into any kind of crash can affect your body. Whether it was a minor fender bender or a high-impact collision, your body could suffer serious injuries that could potentially impact the rest of your life. You should know what kinds of injuries you could suffer after a rear end collision so that you can better understand what kind of effects that type of car accident could have on you.

How to Mentally Recover from a Car Accident

Published on Nov 15, 2021 at 9:26 pm in Car Accidents.

How to Mentally Recover from a Car Accident

After being in an accident that causes you injuries and damages, you might think that your physical recovery is all that matters. However, collisions can take a huge toll on your mental health as well. You could have trouble sleeping, be nervous to get back in a car, or suffer from other symptoms that show you’re mentally affected by the crash.

Even if the collision was minor, you could still be greatly affected mentally and emotionally from the experience, which makes it incredibly important to know how to recover.

Let’s take a look at how you can work towards mental and emotional recover after a car accident.

Texting and Driving Laws in Kentucky

Published on Nov 15, 2021 at 9:02 pm in Car Accidents.

Texting and Driving Laws in Kentucky

In this article we will provide an overview of the texting and driving laws in Kentucky, as well as state rules for mobile phone use while operating a motor vehicle. With further questions about Kentucky traffic laws or legal options following a car accident, reach out to an attorney with experience in car accident law, or truck accident law if your situation involves a commercial truck.

What Evidence Can Your Lawyer Use to Show a Driver Was Speeding?

Published on Sep 30, 2021 at 7:22 pm in Car Accidents.

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Speeding is one of the most common, and one of the most dangerous, behind-the-wheel behaviors. Driving too fast not only causes vehicular crashes, it also significantly increases the risk of fatalities in an accident. If you have been involved in a wreck with a speeding driver, you know the dangers of this risky and illegal action.

Who Is at Fault for a Right-Turn Crash?

Published on Aug 26, 2021 at 6:44 pm in Car Accidents.

Cars in traffic

Driving in Kentucky can be challenging, particularly when you are required to navigate crowded and often chaotic intersections. Because intersections bring opposing flows of traffic together in one place, involve multiple vehicles traveling at various speeds, and often include pedestrians and cyclists, it is not surprising that they are the site of frequent collisions.

What to Do After a Food Delivery Driver Causes an Accident

Published on Aug 6, 2021 at 12:54 pm in Car Accidents.

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The COVID-19 pandemic utterly changed the landscape of the food delivery industry in the United States. As restaurants across the country closed their doors to in-house dining, the proliferation of food delivery drivers on the road illustrated the unanticipated spike in the food delivery business. Uber reported in 2020 that they had seen a tenfold increase in restaurants signing up to utilize the delivery services of Uber Eats. Other companies such as Grubhub, Postmates, and DoorDash, grocery delivery services like Instacart, and private restaurant delivery drivers became ubiquitous, and continue to operate in record numbers. The combined revenue of Grubhub, Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Postmates between April and September of 2020 was more than twice what it was for the same period in 2019.

What Are the Qualities of a Credible Car Accident Witness?

Published on Jul 27, 2021 at 7:25 pm in Car Accidents.

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Following an auto collision, determining fault can pose a great challenge. No two car accidents are the same, and the complexity and abundance of factors involved in a vehicular wreck can make it difficult to properly hold the responsible party accountable for their negligence. Investigations into medical and police reports can provide supportive evidence, but a reliable account from a credible eyewitness is one of the best ways to support a claim.

It is not enough to simply have an eyewitness account of the accident—the credibility of the witness must also be taken into consideration. Witness credibility is essential in all legal situations, but a witness’ statement can be especially central to a car accident case, in which the word of one driver is weighed against the other. If you have been involved in an auto collision, you need to know that you have the support and expertise of a law firm thoroughly familiar with car accident law. A proficient legal advocate will know how to use a qualified witness’ statement to effectively support your claim, and will further be able to ascertain which witnesses are satisfactorily credible in their account of the incident.

What Are the Dangers of Multitasking While Driving?

Published on Jan 7, 2021 at 7:39 pm in Car Accidents.

Person holding phone while driving

Sometimes when you’re behind the wheel, you feel like you can do more than just drive your car. You might need to get other things done than driving from one place to another and choose to multitask while driving. Whether you’re eating, putting on makeup, or texting your friend that you’re on your way, multitasking behind the wheel can be dangerous, and is actually illegal.

If you’ve been in an accident with a distracted driver, you might be interested in taking legal action to hold them accountable for their actions. With the help of a car accident lawyer from Golden Law Office, you can have peace of mind knowing that your rights will be protected. We’ll fully investigate what happened so that we can get you the full and fair compensation that you deserve.

The Burden of Proof and How It Applies to Car Accident Claims

Published on Nov 12, 2020 at 7:24 pm in Car Accidents.

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If you’ve been involved in a car accident and have been unable to reach a full and fair settlement agreement with the insurance company, your lawyer can help you file a personal injury lawsuit. When doing so, it’s important to understand how the process works and what you’ll need to do to prove you case and receive the compensation you need to recover.

With a car accident claim, the burden of proof is what is required to prove you are owed the compensation you’re seeking. The concept isn’t always easy to comprehend, especially depending on the type of accident you were involved in, which is why it’s beneficial to work with an experienced law firm when you file your claim.

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