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June 2020 Archives

Why should truckers check load securement?

Truckers have a responsibility to ensure that the cargo they're hauling makes it the destination without any issues. Not only is this important from a business standpoint, it's also critical from a safety standpoint. Load securement must be handled properly to ensure that cargo remains in place throughout the haul. When this isn't done as it should be, serious issues can occur.

Medical malpractice: Surgery errors can prove fatal

When any Kentucky resident visits a medical center for a surgical procedure, he or she trusts that the operation will unfold as planned. Surgery patients place their lives in the hands of capable surgeons and have faith that these professionals will use their expertise to make the procedure a successful one. However, there are always underlying risks with any surgery, no matter how minor the procedure may seem. Tragically, errors or medical malpractice during surgery can result in the death of the patient.

Make safe passes to avoid truck accidents

Interstates across the state of Kentucky are constantly bustling with travelers, and large tractor-trailers make up a large percentage of the overall traffic. Traveling at high speeds on a crowded interstate highway next to these massive trucks is enough to rattle even the most experienced drivers. Truck accidents need to be avoided at all costs. Trying to pass a tractor-trailer is something that can be particularly intimidating. Here are a few tips on how to safely pass a tractor-trailer.

Medical malpractice contributes to thousands of injuries per year

Not many people are aware that negligent medical care is a leading cause of death and injury in Kentucky and across the United States. Any missed step during medical treatment can mean serious injury and even death for the patient. No patient is exempt from medical malpractice. A woman in another state filed a lawsuit after alleged negligence led to her suffering heart problems.

Do you know the two most dangerous invisible crash injuries?

In the aftermath of a major motor vehicle collision, most of the injuries you suffer will be pretty obvious. Broken bones could prevent you from putting pressure on your limbs, while spinal cord injuries could prevent you from moving at all. Lacerations and painful contusions will also be obvious right at the scene of the crash, even if the bruising isn't visible yet.

Medical malpractice can occur in any procedure

In just the last two decades, health care technology in Kentucky and across the United States has seen tremendous advancements. Many surgical procedures that used to be difficult and invasive are now considered routine. This advanced technology, combined with the expertise of surgeons and physicians, has led to improved outcomes and many lives saved. However, there is always a chance for medical malpractice in any procedure.

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