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What to Do After a Kentucky Car Accident

Car accidents across Kentucky are common. The average driver may be involved in up to four collisions during their lifetime. In Kentucky alone in 2016, over 160,000 crashes were reported. Being involved in a car crash is horrific. The damage and injuries are often severe. ...
personal injury attorney

What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases?

Just what does the term personal injury mean? Does it apply to you if you are involved in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, carelessness, recklessness or intentional conduct? Personal injury accidents can be severe or fatal. While each accident is different, personal injury ...
Louisville personal injury lawyers podcast

If You Have Been Involved in a Kentucky Car Accident, Here Are a Few Tips

On this episode of Fighting for Justice in Kentucky, we look at what you should do if you've been in a car accident in Kentucky.
workers' compensation lawyer

What to Know in Case of a Kentucky Work Accident?

Hurt on the job in Louisville, Kentucky? If you have sustained an injury on the job in Kentucky, you are likely covered by the state’s workers’ compensation laws – laws that provide you with medical treatment and financial compensation for lost wages. The Kentucky Department ...
motorcycle accident attorney

Kentucky Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Deadly

The vast majority of motorcycle accidents are not known to have a good outcome, whether they involve very serious injuries or result in a death. Riding a vehicle with no external protection, means just about every collision can turn out to be dangerous. Bikers do ...
truck accident lawyer

What to Know About Truck Accidents in Kentucky

Accidents involving large trucks or 18-wheelers are often tragic. Injuries from crashes with trucks can range from very serious to catastrophic, or even death. A commercial truck weighs about 40 tons or 80,000 pounds. In comparison, a car may weigh approximately 5,000 pounds. A collision ...