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Car accidents involving pedestrians are increasing in Kentucky

Pedestrians are literally everywhere these days. In larger Kentucky cities such as Louisville, walking is the main source of transportation for many people. As populations continue to rise, more and more pedestrians are sharing city streets congested with vehicular traffic. With pedestrians and automobiles in such close proximity, car accidents involving pedestrians become almost inevitable. Unfortunately, a vehicle versus pedestrian accident is more likely to be fatal since pedestrians are minimally protected and totally exposed.

Winter weather can cause serious car accidents

Winter weather often creates beautiful scenes throughout the state of Kentucky. Snow-covered landscapes can be breathtaking. However, winter weather can also cause big problems on busy roadways. Snow covered and icy roads are often a cause of deadly car accidents. The following tips can help drivers who encounter hazardous winter driving conditions.

Fatal car accidents are happening more often in Kentucky

Roadways in the state of Kentucky are constantly crowded and congested, especially in and around cities. More vehicles than ever before are sharing roadways across the state. Because of this, car accidents are happening at an alarming rate. Most accidents are minor fender-benders and nothing more than inconveniences. However, an increasing number of these accidents are proving to be fatal.

Car accidents remain among the leading causes of death

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.

Car accidents: Man faces serious charges after fatal crash

Operating a motor vehicle requires constant focus, attention and can be quite demanding when traveling on crowded Kentucky roadways. This is a reason why driving while under the influence of alcohol is so dangerous. Alcohol drastically delays reaction time and impairs basic motor skills, making the simplest task virtually impossible. Not only is driving while intoxicated one of the leading causes of car accidents across the country, it is also a very serious offense.

Car accidents: Crash involving motorcycle claims a life

In recent years, motorcycles have increased in popularity across America. Kentucky is home to an abundance of scenic roadways that are perfect for exploring via motorcycle. However, roadways are becoming dangerous across the state as populations rise. Motorcycle riders put their lives at great risk anytime they share roads with passenger cars. Since motorcyclists are completely exposed, car accidents involving motorcycles have a greater risk of fatalities.

Crowded Kentucky roads make car accidents almost inevitable

Roadways across the state of Kentucky are becoming more crowded. With so many vehicles sharing roads, car accidents become almost inevitable. These days, just going for a short drive can potentially result in a serious accident. Unfortunately, not all drivers are as focused as they should be behind the wheel. Distracted driving has become a real problem on roadways throughout the United States.

Drunk driving is a main cause of fatal car accidents

Unfortunately, driving while under the influence of alcohol continues to be a very real problem across the state of Kentucky. Its common knowledge that driving while intoxicated is one of the most dangerous things a person can do and will almost certainly lead to car accidents. Despite this, thousands of people will choose to drive drunk. Those who get behind the wheel while intoxicated endanger the lives of all those around them.

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