Determining Fault in a Tailgating Accident

Practicing safe driving involves giving 100% of your focus to the task at hand. Safe drivers avoid distractions, never drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and also know the importance of leaving an appropriate distance between vehicles when traveling on the road. Drivers acting aggressively or being careless may follow too closely […]

Should I Give a Recorded Statement to an Insurance Adjuster?

If you were involved in a collision that left you with personal injuries, you’ll need to file a claim with the negligent driver’s insurance company. Insurance companies often request claimants to give recorded statements, but this statement can hurt your likelihood of recovering full compensation for your injuries.  You should never give a recorded statement […]

Compensation for Internal Injuries From Car Accidents

Internal injuries are most often related to the organs inside your body. These organs can become damaged and cause bleeding that can be quite serious and life-threatening, even if there is no external wound or sign of damage. And one of the most common causes of internal injuries are car accidents. Unfortunately, because internal injuries […]

If You Are Seriously Injured in an Accident, a Catastrophic Injury Law Firm Can Help. Here’s How.

Accidents can leave victims with devastating and permanently life-changing catastrophic injuries that impact their ability to work and enjoy life. These devastating injuries often happen as a direct result of a person or company’s negligence. If you suffered from a catastrophic injury, you need to contact a personal injury law firm as soon as possible. […]

When is a Rear-End Collision Not Your Fault?

Rear-end collisions are among the top three most common kinds of car accidents in the United States. And not only are these types of collisions common, but when they do occur, they can result in significant damage and injuries. When you are injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you can file a […]

What is the Good Samaritan Law in Kentucky?

It’s common to hear stories and see media coverage of individuals accomplishing heroic feats to rescue those in danger. And although these feel-good stories are entertaining and inspiring, those who attempt to help in emergency situations can sometimes be held liable for damages if something goes wrong. Fortunately, every state has some form of what’s […]

What Are the Consequences of Driving without Kentucky Auto Insurance?

The majority of Kentuckians are aware that drivers are legally obligated to obtain Kentucky auto insurance. Driving without insurance can lead to serious legal and financial consequences that cannot be understated, and obtaining Kentucky auto insurance is especially important to protect yourself in the event that you’re involved in a vehicular collision.  Consequences of No […]

Back Hurt After a Car Accident? Our Kentucky Back Injury Attorneys Can Help.

What you’ll learn from this article: Back injuries are some of the most common health challenges people face after car accidents. You might have a back injury that’s so severe it needs emergency surgery or you might experience radiating pain that slowly develops in the days or weeks after the accident. During this challenging time, […]

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 […]

How Do You Prove a Soft Tissue Injury After a Car Accident in Kentucky?

When you are injured in an accident in Kentucky, you can file a claim with your own no-fault insurance to recover compensation. You may even be able to file a claim against another party, such as another driver, so long as they are the one responsible for the accident and your injuries.  However, in either […]