Interstates and major highways in the United States are constantly teeming with tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles transporting goods across the country. For other motorists utilizing these roadways, driving alongside massive tractor-trailers can be very intimidating. Because these vehicles are so large, any collision with a tractor-trailer is more likely to result in serious injury or death to those in smaller vehicles. Unfortunately, truck accidents have been increasing across Kentucky.
Long-term care facilities, more popularly known as nursing homes, were established to provide care for those who are unable to live alone or independently. According to recent statistics, an estimated two million people live in nursing homes in Kentucky and throughout the United States. The vast majority of these facilities take great care of residents and give families peace of mind. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse has become a big concern.
It’s no secret that a new mother’s body takes a beating during the process of giving birth. And while the new baby is a miracle, the damage done to the mother can be long-lasting, devastating and in some cases deadly.
One of the most tragic and heartbreaking events in life is losing a loved one. Losing a beloved family member creates emotional and psychological scars that remain ever-present and resistant to the healing power of time. This is a difficult experience regardless of circumstances, but when the untimely death of a family member is caused by a car accident, the experience can be absolutely devastating. Tragically, car accidents are one of the leading causes of death in Kentucky and across the United States.