Although no one wants to find themselves making a medical malpractice claim, there could come a point when you have no choice but to take action in the future.
A previous post on this blog discussed how federal regulations are in place that are designed to prevent truckers from taking to the Louisville streets and highways while too tired to drive their large trucks safely. Many truckers must follow these regulations and therefore must take pull over and take a break from time to time as the law requires.
Many residents of Louisville know intuitively that driving while one is too tired is very dangerous behavior. In severe cases of drowsy driving, a driver may even exhibit behavior similar to that of a driver who is drunk or drugged.
Many Kentuckians enjoy riding their bicycles either as a means of transportation to work or around town, and others simply ride their bicycles for fun. Although this is a wonderful way to get exercise and a great sport to participate in, it comes with its own set of risks.
Previous posts on this blog have discussed how Kentucky has laws which require insurance companies to take extra steps when handling a Louisville resident's insurance claims. These laws are in place to balance the bargaining power between insurance companies and the people rely on them to pay claims promptly and completely.