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Archive: Pedestrian Accidents

How to Know If You Have a Car Accident Case

  If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, you may be wondering if you have a car accident claim. Unfortunately, there’s no way of determining for certain without knowing the details of your particular case, and you can call our office for a free consultation. However, there are two general areas an attorney will…

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Involved in an Uber or Lyft Accident?

Ridehail apps like Uber and Lyft continue to experience a growth trend. In 2019, Uber averaged 111 million users per month, and provided a whopping 6.9 billion rides.(1) These ridehail companies provide consumers with a taxi-like service, but at a reduced cost. In smaller cities where taxis aren’t in common use, ridehailing (sometimes called ridesharing…

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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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Pedestrian Hit and Run Accidents Already Too Common in the New Year

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We are less than a month into 2016 and Kentucky has already seen several pedestrian hit and run accidents.  WLKY.com reports that two men who were injured in a Kentucky pedestrian hit and run in Lexington last month remain in the hospital. One of the victims has had his left leg amputated, and the other…

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Not Just Drivers: Pedestrians at Risk of Injury When Distracted by Cell Phone

Pedestrian Crossing

By now, every motorist should know that texting while driving is a dangerous and potentially deadly activity. While many studies on texting have focused on distracted driving,an increasing number are also examining the dangers of distracted walking. Now, a small study conducted by researchers in New Zealand suggests that texting and walking alters the way…

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