Many Frankfort area residents have a pet. Pets are treated like members of the family and most of the time are friendly. But, occasionally an unexpected animal attack occurs, which can be both physically and emotionally traumatic. Although it may seem like most animal bites are from dogs, cats can be vicious as well.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with it brings an influx of shoppers to Kentucky stores. With more people in stores, business owners need to be aware of the risks that can be present in their stores. Shoppers don't expect they will suffer an unexpected injury while out and about, but unfortunately, not all property owners are diligent about upkeep and safety. When a person is injured unexpectedly, there are elements that need to be present in order to bring a premises liability case.
Many semi-trucks pass through Kentucky every day. With major freeways crisscrossing the state and a location close to industrial operations, like the Toyota plant, semi-trucks are a major presence on our roads. Most of the time these trucks can safely share the road with other drivers, but occasionally a serious accident occurs. Many times, accidents involving trucks cause serious injuries or even death. A new report released has indicated that the trucking industry is experiencing a shortage of drivers which may impact truck safety.
When a Kentucky resident is injured due to no fault of their own, such as in a car accident, they may not realize that they may have the right to file a lawsuit. Kentucky law allows an injured person to sue the negligent party for damages. These damages may include medical expenses and future medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
Many Frankfort area residents have been involved in a car accident. Although most car accidents are not serious, many families have been affected by a car accident that caused critical injuries to their loved ones. A car accident can lead to many unexpected expenses and emotional trauma.