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How does fault factor into car accident cases in Kentucky?

When a person in Kentucky is involved in a car accident, it can be a stressful time. Their vehicle might be totaled and, even worse, they could be seriously injured. While their main concern may be on regaining their health, eventually the ever-mounting medical bills, costs of car repairs, pain and suffering and lost wages from time taken off work will take their toll, both financially and emotionally.

Can a truck company be held liable for a truck accident?

It should come as no surprise to anyone in Kentucky that in an accident between a standard automobile and a fully-loaded semi-truck, the automobile does not stand a chance. The sheer physics involved in such crashes mean that many people involved in truck accidents suffer severe injuries, or could even lose their lives.

Nursing home abuse and neglect is going unreported, audit says

Kentucky residents residing in nursing homes are among our vulnerable population. They are often unable to care for their daily needs, the may be mentally incapacitated and they may suffer from physical ailments. We count on nursing homes to provide quality care for their residents, but unfortunately instances of nursing home abuse and neglect occur all too frequently. In what is disturbing news, according to a government audit over 25 percent of possible incidents of physical and sexual abuse in nursing homes are not reported to police. This is despite a federal law that mandates police be immediately notified of such incidents.

How long does one have to file suit for a car crash in Kentucky?

While the old axiom goes, "Always expect the unexpected," no one in Kentucky can truly anticipate that when they get in their car to go to work or run to the store that they will be involved in a car crash. Unfortunately, every day people across Kentucky find themselves the victims of car accidents that cause significant damage and injury, if they are lucky to survive at all.

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