The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Investigate Complaints Over Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Brakes

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also known as (NHTSA) said it would investigate motorcycles made by Harley-Davidson Inc. after complaints of brake failure without warning. Harley-Davidson is under investigation by federal regulators due to reports that the brakes on almost half a million models may be at risk of failure. The National Highway Traffic […]
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A crash involving a motorcyclist Saturday at 5:21 p.m.

HARRISON COUNTY, Ind. (WDRB) — Officers from the Harrison County Police Department were dispatched to a crash involving a motorcyclist Saturday at 5:21 p.m. The crash occurred on Highway 64, west of Greenbrier Road northeast. Officials say preliminary investigation showed a male driving his motorcycle eastbound on Highway 64 when he crashed into a tree. […]
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Truck Accident on Bluegrass Parkway in Nelson County

LOUISVILLE, Ky. WDRB writes — One person was killed and two other people were injured in a crash involving a semi and a minivan in Nelson County early Tuesday. Officials say it happened around 7 a.m. That’s when a minivan with three people inside was heading eastbound on the Bluegrass Parkway. The driver apparently lost control, flipping the van multiple […]
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Former Attorney General Jack Conway Joining Leading Trial Lawyer Tyler Thompson

Louisville, Ky. – Former Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway and leading national trial attorney Tyler Thompson today announced that Conway has joined Thompson’s law firm, and the new entity will be called Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Conway. Thompson currently employs several attorneys in his practice and is partnered with Kentucky Justice Association president-elect Liz Shepherd. The new firm, […]
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Seemingly Minor Head Injuries Can Have Significant Consequences

Seemingly Minor Head Injuries Can Have Significant Consequences It’s common to see someone shrug off a minor blow to the head, dismissing it as a mere bump. Athletes in contact sports are often encouraged to play through the pain; people who have fallen are often more concerned about injured wrists or banged up knees than […]
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Can birth choices prevent birth injuries?

While birth choices may not eliminate the risk of all injuries, researching a facility and asking questions can ensure you understand possible risks and side effects related to various interventions. Over the nine months of pregnancy, there is time to research local hospitals and birthing centers. It is also a time to decide what interventions […]
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Battling misdiagnoses usually takes teamwork, study suggests

On behalf of Tyler Thompson Doctors who work in pairs are less likely to make diagnostic errors In the medical world, important diagnostic calls are often made by a single doctor through what some analysts call the ‘Lone Ranger’ approach to medicine. A new study, however, suggests that such an approach may be putting patients […]
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Man who was injured while using trimmer awarded $5.78 million

THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL Thursday, May 23, 2002 By Brandy Warren A Louisville man has been awarded almost $6 million in a lawsuit blaming his leg injury on a defective weed-trimmer head. On Tuesday, a Jefferson Circuit Court jury awarded Tommy Cook Jr. $5.78 million in actual and punitive damages. The defendant was Sufix U.S.A. Inc., […]
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