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Truck accidents: Driver arrested and charged after fatal crash

Tractor-trailers are massive vehicles that can do major damage in an accident. There's a lot more to worry about with these massive trucks than just their size. They are often hauling hazardous materials or flammable liquids which can make them incredibly dangerous. Thousands of victims are killed every year in truck accidents in Kentucky and across the United States. Tragically, most of them are occupants of passenger cars.

Patients will suffer the consequences of medical malpractice

When a person falls ill, the first step that he or she takes is usually visiting a hospital or primary care physician. Patients in Kentucky place their trust and lives in the hands of licensed and capable medical providers, and it is expected that these professionals will uphold an acceptable level of care. Unfortunately, medical professionals do not always perform their job duties as expected. A man in another state filed a medical malpractice claim after providers allegedly switched his samples and failed to make the correct diagnosis.

Drivers must always stay focused to prevent truck accidents

When traveling at high speeds on crowded Kentucky interstates, drivers need to stay hyperfocused at all times, especially when massive vehicles like tractor-trailers are present. Drivers in smaller passenger vehicles should always give tractor-trailers the respect they deserve. Never follow too closely, always maintain plenty of space between vehicles and, most importantly, pay attention. Losing focus for just a split second is enough to cause a fatal crash. Tragically, truck accidents have a much higher chance of being fatal due to the massive size of these commercial vehicles.

Medical malpractice lawsuit alleges improper diagnosis

When it comes to successful medical treatment, a timely and correct diagnosis is often the first and most important step. If an illness or medical condition is not recognized or properly diagnosed, how can it be treated? Unfortunately, this type of medical malpractice is not uncommon for patients in Kentucky and across the country. A lawsuit filed in another state claims that doctors failed to diagnose a spinal infection that left a man suffering injuries.

Medical malpractice: Errors will happen when providers are rushed

Its not uncommon for hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities in Kentucky to experience high patient volumes and be filled to near capacity levels. In an effort to open up rooms and see more patients, providers will often be in a rush to discharge patients, which can lead to negligence. A man in another state filed a medical malpractice lawsuit over allegations that he was discharged from a hospital with a piece of a catheter lodged in his body.

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