What Is Duty of Care in a Personal Injury Case?

If you suffer from a personal injury due to another person’s negligence or deliberate harm, you need to file a claim or lawsuit against them to recover compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and other injury-related damages.  To prove that another person or party is liable for your injuries, you need to first establish […]

5 Common Dog Bite Injuries

Dog bites are exceedingly common in the United States. These attacks can leave victims with devastating injuries. Every year in the US, over 4 million people suffer from dog bites, and tragically, children make up 66% of dog bite victims.  These attacks can be both physically and emotionally traumatic. Any type of animal attack is […]

What Is an Independent Medical Examination In a Personal Injury Claim?

If you plan on filing a claim for an injury you sustained in a car accident, from a slip and fall, dog bite, or another personal injury, you need to be aware of the independent medical examination process. Personal injury claims frequently involve independent medical examinations, especially if the case goes to court.  These examinations […]

Dog Bite Numbers Increase as the Weather Warms Up

Everyone associates the summer months with relaxation, vacations, road trips, and spending time with their families. There are, unfortunately, hazards to be aware of that are more common during the summer than any other season. Research shows that, unfortunately, dog bites are among these hazards you should be aware of and that children are at […]

Holiday Parties and Dog Bites

Dog attacks and bite injuries can happen any time of the year. When a dog feels threatened or if they are poorly trained or aggressive, they can lash out and attack others, even those they are familiar with. Unfortunately, the holidays can be extra stressful for some dogs that don’t do well with social gatherings […]

What Is Classified as a Catastrophic Injury in Kentucky?

When it comes to personal injuries, the severity of the injury can range from minor to catastrophic depending on the accident and circumstances. While minor injuries can be inconvenient, the sufferer is often able to heal and return to their normal life after a reasonable amount of time. Catastrophic injuries, however, are so severe that […]

Top 10 Personal Injury FAQs

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by the negligence of another person, you may be overwhelmed with questions about where to turn and what to do next. Who is responsible for your medical expenses? What about lost wages due to your injury? Is there any hope of being […]

How Does Kentucky’s Strict Liability Rule for Dog Bites Work?

It used to be that dogs and their owners would be allowed one “free” bite before being found liable. This so-called “one-bite rule” was popularized because an owner could claim, “How would I know if my dog was dangerous until their first attack?” The problem with the one-bite rule, however, was that even though no […]

What is The Kentucky Personal Injury Statute of Limitations?

While the Kentucky personal injury statute of limitations for most personal injury claims in Kentucky is one year from the date of the injury, there are many exceptions to this rule. Understanding just how the statute of limitations works is essential to seeking compensation for your Kentucky personal injury. Breaking Down the Statute of Limitations […]