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Surviving Icy Driving Conditions

Surviving Icy Driving Conditions: Winter Driving Safety Tips

Winter is the deadliest driving season across the United States, and here in Louisville.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there are more than five times as many weather-related driving deaths in December, January and February than any other time of year. We ...
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How Kentucky’s No-Fault Laws Work in an Uber Car Accident

Being involved in a crash is a horrific experience. Moreover, the aftermath of a car accident is often very complicated and overwhelming for many. Even more so, wrecks with Uber vehicles complicate matter further. Consider a recent car accident case involving an Uber driver. The ...
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Fatal Car Accident

Losing a loved one in a fatal car accident is devastating. How can you move forward? How can you deal with medical expenses and funeral and burial expenses? Connect with a Kentucky fatal car accident attorney at Hessig & Pohl to find out what your ...
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What is Lyft’s Insurance Policy?

One thing is certain, Lyft and other ride-sharing transportation applications were created to provide convenience and make people's lives easier. While Lyft and other ride-hailing services have done just that, there are also some downsides to the increased popularity of Lyft. Many states across the ...
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Kentucky Car Accidents and Insurance Coverage

A car accident can change you life dramatically. Serious, catastrophic injuries or even death are possible outcomes of a car accident. While most accidents are not catastrophic, accidents occur frequently on Kentucky roads. When and if you or a loved one are involved in a ...
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Inexperienced Drivers

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, some states have reevaluated their driving requirements. As DMVs were closed or operating at slower capacity, changes to driving requirements were deemed necessary. Georgia and Wisconsin were among states that decided to waive some road test requirements for ...