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Kentucky roadways: More dangerous when drunk drivers are nearby

If you are age 21 or beyond, Kentucky law allows you to drink alcohol, unless, of course, there is a particular reason in your individual criminal history that prohibits it. If you consume a drink with alcohol in it before planning to operate a motor vehicle, you are under obligation to make responsible decisions as to whether you are legally able to drive. If your blood alcohol content level is .08 or above, you risk facing arrest and DUI charges.

Personal injury cases must be carefully planned

Car wrecks and other accidents can lead to very serious injuries that have life-long impacts. The victims of these crashes might decide that they are going to seek compensation. Taking the steps to do this quickly can help ensure that they get things done within the time allotted by Kentucky law.

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