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Archive: Motorcycle Accidents

How Social Media Damages Your Personal Injury Claim

Social media has become a normal part of our lives. According to the Pew Research Center, sixty-nine percent of all American adults use Facebook, which makes it the most popular social media networking site. We think nothing of regularly posting a photo or an update to our online audience. However, those posts often depict a…

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Car Accident Checklist: What You Should Do After the Accident

Being involved in a vehicle accident is a stressful, traumatic event, especially if you’ve sustained injuries. Here is a step-by-step checklist of what you need to do if you’re involved in a car accident. CALL THE POLICE Call the police (or call 9-1-1 if there are serious injuries). Don’t let the other driver talk you…

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Kentucky Gives Motorcyclists the Green Light to Run Red Lights

Our motorcycle accident attorneys in Lexington, KY report on Kentucky’s new safe-on-red law.

Anyone who rides motorcycles knows the frustration of sitting at a red light for minutes at a time without getting a green light to go. This can happen when traffic light sensors underneath the roadway fail to detect a motorcycle, because the bike doesn’t weigh enough or the rider did not pull directly over a…

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Motorcycle Safety Month in Kentucky

 The Jenkins Law Firm is pleased to join state and federal officials in recognizing May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. There were 4,612 fatal motorcycle accidents in Kentucky and nationally in 2011. That accounted for 14 percent of all traffic deaths for the year. “Motorcyclists are 30 times more likely to die in a crash…

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Helmet Laws and Motorcycle Accidents

The number of motorcycle accidents in Kentucky is alarming. In the first half of 2012, the Kentucky State Police reported more than 800 motorcycle collisions and 33 fatalities, according to WLKY.  In 2011, there were 1,370 motorcycle injuries and 72 fatalities in Kentucky, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported. A study by the Centers…

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