Being involved in a car accident can cause your entire family turmoil if you can’t depend on your insurance coverage to pay for your full injury recovery costs. If you weren’t at fault for the accident, it might be time to consider filing a lawsuit against the guilty party. Doing so can send an important message plus guarantee the safety of Kentucky’s roads for the future. Here’s everything you need to know.
18-wheeler trucks carry an incredible amount of force and weight behind them. If you’ve been involved in an accident with a big rig truck in the state of Kentucky, you should know that you have legal options. Don’t let the trucking industry continue to be careless about how it maintains its vehicles or controls its employees. Read more to find out the facts.
Most of Kentucky’s traffic accidents occur on our roads and highways, but did you know that river accidents and boating accidents count for a decent percentage of all of Kentucky’s accidents? If you’ve been involved in a boating accident, you have legal options just as you would while on a highway. Learn the facts here.
Were you involved in a boating or waterway accident in the state of Kentucky and injured due to the negligence of someone else? Were you injured aboard a riverboat or other type of crew-based vessel? Here are some very important facts you should be aware of, including information on the Jones Act.
Riding a motorcycle on busy Kentucky streets is inherently a risk, but if you’ve been injured in a motorcycle accident, you don’t have to suffer alone. Depending on the nature of the accident and who was at fault, you may be able to recover compensation that can help pay for your medical bills and more. Find out the facts here.
Railroads crisscross the entire state of Kentucky, letting trains deliver crucial goods all across the United States. When an accident occurs involving a train, the results are almost always devastating. Railway accident victims do have legal options, however. Here’s everything you need to know about those options and how you can pursue them.
When a loved one dies due to an unfortunate accident or incident that was someone else’s fault, U.S. citizens have a legal right to file a lawsuit on their behalf. Doing so can help a family recovery from an unimaginable tragedy whether it be a car accident, truck accident, medical malpractice case, or a case of nursing home abuse. Learn the facts here.
Nursing Home Abuse
When we place an elderly loved one in a nursing home or long term care facility, we trust that their needs will be met and that they will stay safe. Unfortunately, due to understaffing and nursing home negligence and abuse, this doesn’t always happen. Luckily, we can take legal action on behalf of our loved one if negligence or abuse should occur. Here’s what you need to know.
Our brains are extremely delicate. Even the smallest of head injuries can injure the fragile tissues that control everything our bodies are capable of. If you’ve suffered from a brain injury you were not at fault for, you should know that you might be able to file a lawsuit against the guilty party. Here’s everything you need to know about brain injury lawsuits, the dangers of TBIs, and the hidden dangers of concussions.
Drinking and driving leads to a tremendous amount of accidents every year. Yet, we all have someone we know who gets behind the wheel after a few drinks because they “feel just fine.” If you were a victim of a car accident that was caused by drunk driving, don’t let anyone else become a statistic to that same driver. Take legal action and fight against drivers who drive while under the influence.
The U.S. pharmaceutical industry controls a huge portion of our economy and doesn’t always look after the best interests of patients. Hundreds of prescription drugs on the market are potentially dangerous. If you or a loved one has suffered due to negative side effects after taking a prescription drug, you deserve to know the facts. Here’s what you can do about it.
Were you a victim of injuries that resulted from inhaling asbestos during work-related conditions? Were you diagnosed with mesothelioma due to asbestos? If so, you should know that you have legal options. If you a file a lawsuit, you may be able to recover costs to pay for medical bills, loss of wage costs, and more.