Louisville’s Most Dangerous Areas for Cars, Cyclist, and Pedestrians

Posted on Mar. 26 2014 in Personal Injury Cases

In 2013-2014, 16 pedestrians and 1 cyclist were fatally injured by a car, according to the Kentucky State Police. An additional 50 drivers were killed during a car accident. 334 pedestrians were injured in accidents involving automobiles, as were 130 cyclists and 3,800 motorists. A safer Louisville impacts all residents and makes the city a more attractive place for tourists, visitors, and residents. While accidents happen for many reasons, there were some disturbing commonalities in these fatal accidents. Driver inattention and alcohol abuse were leading causes of accidents involving pedestrians and cyclists. For motorist accidents, drug abuse and cell phone use contributed to a lot of dangerous accidents. In these
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Louisville’s Most Dangerous Roads for Drivers 2013

Posted on Mar. 26 2014 in Car Accident Information

There are several dangerous roads in the greater Louisville area. If you have to travel around the city, attempt to plan your trips around these nasty stretches of road. Your safety and the safety of your family are well worth taking the long way,  adding a few minutes to your travel time, and avoiding a potential car accident. Before you head out again, keep the following dangerous Louisville roads in mind when mapping your route. Highway 60, also known as Dixie Highway: This is one of the most dangerous stretches of road in the entire State of Kentucky, but the area of Highway 60 that runs through Louisville, called Dixie
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