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Eleventh Death Linked to Defective Airbags

Airbags are a standard safety feature in most vehicles on the road today. They are designed to inflate quickly and protect drivers and passengers in the event of a crash or collision. When they deploy properly, they can help to prevent serious and potentially life threatening car accident injuries from occurring. Unfortunately, a defect in airbag…

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Personal Injury Claims for Falling at Someone’s House

Fall is a festive time of year, with parties and celebrations that begin at Halloween and continue into the new year. Opening your home to others can be a great way to have fun with friends and neighbors, but it is important for those hosting events to understand the obligations they have to guests. Slip…

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Tips to Keep Your Boys and “Ghouls” Safe this Halloween

Our Kentucky child injury lawyers list tips to keep your boys and “ghouls” safe this Halloween.

Halloween is supposed to be a fun time for children and parents alike. Kids in Lexington enjoy dressing up in colorful costumes and trick-or-treating while many parents enjoy handing out candy or accompanying their children on their rounds of trick-or treating. Unfortunately, Halloween also tends to be a time when children are injured (or in…

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Keeping Children Safe: July 31 is Heat Stroke Prevention Day

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Every year, an average of 38 children die after being left alone in hot cars. Tragically, this summer’s death toll is climbing as rapidly as the outdoor temperatures. Seventeen children have already lost their lives due to heatstroke after being left unattended in vehicles, according to the latest data from KidsAndCars.org. That’s why Kids and…

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Many Preventable Fireworks Injuries Occur Around July 4th Holiday

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If it blows up or goes up in Lexington, it’s illegal. That’s how fire officials like to explain local ordinances about fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday, according to WKYT. Even though state law allows people to buy fireworks in many Kentucky counties, they cannot be set off in Fayette County. Small handheld fireworks…

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