November 2018 Archives

Landlord liability for dog bites on their property

Many people in Kentucky own a dog as a pet. These dogs are considered by many to be cherished member of the family. But, occasionally a dog is aggressive and bites another person. In these cases, the owner of the dog may be held liable for their aggressive dog. But, what if a person suffers a dog bite in an apartment complex?

Thanksgiving and the holidays can lead to car accidents

With the holiday season upon us in Kentucky, many people take to the streets and highways in the state. Whether it is traveling to a relative's house for Thanksgiving dinner or driving to various stores on Black Friday, Thanksgiving weekend has many events going on. With the holidays upon us, it is important for Kentucky residents to learn about how they may suffer unexpected injuries, specifically if they are involved in a car accident.

Football games and unexpected injuries

Many Kentucky residents enjoy attending football games. Although many know about injuries that football players can face, those who are attending the games also face risks. There are several injuries a person can face when they attend a sporting event.

Understanding full coverage: What it really means for insurance

When you purchase full coverage on your vehicle, that coverage isn't necessarily all-inclusive. Full coverage simply means that you have a combination of coverages that help you protect your vehicle. There is no such thing as "full coverage," to the point that it would completely protect you in every instance.

Is it ever too late to file a lawsuit after a car accident?

When a Frankfort area resident is injured in a car accident due to no fault of their own it can be a scary and traumatizing situation. An injury can lead to thousands of dollars in medical expenses along with emotional trauma. It can be hard to deal with all of these issues, but a victim may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit.

Broken backs: What you should expect

A broken back sounds dangerous, and that's because it usually is. A back fracture is when one or more of the vertebrae in the back breaks in some manner. It might be a small, hairline fracture, or it could be completely shattered.

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