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Chain Reaction Crashes. Who’s At Fault?

Key Points of This Article: Causes of chain-reaction collisions How liability is determined after a multi-car accident How an experienced attorney can help you gather evidence and prove fault to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve Chain reaction collisions involving multiple vehicles, also known as a pile-up, can result in severe injuries and other [...]

Premise Liability and Winter Months

Key Points of this Article: Slip and fall accidents can lead to severe injuries and can happen more often in the winter due to snow and ice. Property owners have a responsibility to keep their property reasonably free of hazards like snow and ice. Proving fault in a premises liability case is challenging and often [...]

Where Do Broadside Collisions Most Commonly Occur?

Broadside collisions, also known as T-bone accidents, occur when one vehicle crashes into another vehicle’s side. After hitting the side of another vehicle, the two perpendicular vehicles resemble a “T” shape. These types of car accidents are especially dangerous given the angle of impact and reduced protection at a vehicle’s side. Broadside collisions frequently occur [...]

What Is An Expert Witness In A Car Accident Case?

We’ve all probably enjoyed forensic documentary shows or courtroom dramas where lawyers call on an expert witness to help bring down the bad guy and save the day. But expert witnesses aren’t just for television procedurals. Lawyers and their clients hire and depend on expert witnesses all the time to help win their cases in [...]

By |2021-12-02T04:40:01+00:00November 3rd, 2021|Car Accident, Pain and Suffering, Personal Injury|0 Comments

My Family Care Doctor Refuses to Treat My Accident Injuries. What Should I Do?

It’s often surprising and frustrating to learn that your family doctor will not treat or evaluate your injuries following an accident. After a car accident or slip and fall injury, your family doctor who you’ve been seeing for years, potentially, might simply say no to treatment and evaluation.  While such a scenario seems off putting, [...]

Who is at Fault in a Lane-Changing Accident?

Key Points of This Article: It’s challenging to determine who is at fault in a lane-changing accident because these crashes can be quite complex. There are many factors involved and numerous parties who may be at fault, including another driver or multiple drivers who did something negligent. You may have life-changing injuries from an accident [...]

Can A Pedestrian Be Found At Fault In A Kentucky Car Accident?

Key Points of This Article: Kentucky rules govern when pedestrians have the right of way on the road and when they don’t. Pedestrians can be found at fault for a car accident if they don’t practice a reasonable level of care.  Even if a pedestrian isn’t struck by a vehicle, they can still be held [...]

Will Not Wearing a Helmet Affect My Motorcycle Accident Claim?

Key Points of This Article: In 2019, over 5,000 motorcyclists died in crashes. Due to Kentucky’s lack of universal helmet laws, it is considered one of the most dangerous states for riding a motorcycle. Not wearing a helmet can negatively impact your motorcycle accident claim. While any accident can result in significant damage and injuries, [...]

Why Do My Legs and Hips Hurt Days After My Accident?

Key Points of This Article: According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, around 40% of accident victims in a frontal collision suffer leg injuries, including hip fractures. After a crash, hip and leg pain can cause muscle stiffness, fluid in the joints, limited motion, and intense discomfort when sitting or sleeping. Feeling no pain at the time [...]

Need a Lawyer After Hit by a Car or Truck in Kentucky?

Key Points of This Article: There has been a surge in reckless driving accidents impacting pedestrians during the COVID- 19 pandemic, causing alarm for motorists to become more aware and do all they can to avoid a crash with other road uses, including pedestrians. Whether you are commuting to work or school on foot, out [...]