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January 2020 Archives

Yet another round of BMW Takata airbag recalls for 357,000 cars

Traveling in motor vehicles is a relatively dangerous practice that most modern Americans don't think twice about performing. Motor vehicles dominate our culture, with many employers refusing to even consider new employees who don't have their own transportation and many cities failing to offer truly viable public transportation.

Sitting in the back of a car could be risky

In recent years, automakers have added a variety of features to make cars safer to ride in. However, many of these features are designed to help those riding in the front of a car. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, or IIHS, says that more needs to be done to protect rear passengers traveling on Kentucky roads and highways. Doing so may be even more important in an era when people hire drivers from companies such as Uber or Lyft.

Steps to take if you suspect medical malpractice

It's bad enough to learn that you have a medical condition that requires professional attention. But if you're then a victim of medical malpractice, you now have two issues on your plate. Not only do you have to worry about your original problem, but you also have concerns about the impact of the malpractice on your health.

How ignition interlock devices prevent but also cause crashes

A total of 34 states, including Kentucky, have some sort of law regarding the use of ignition interlock devices among DUI offenders. IIDs are breath tests that connect to a car's ignition and require drivers to blow alcohol-free breath before starting their car. While the car is in motion, it requires "rolling retests" to ensure that a driver is not drinking behind the wheel.

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