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How Personal Injury Lawsuits Work

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What is a personal injury lawsuit?  It is a lawsuit brought by an injured party against a defendant for an accident caused by that defendant’s negligence. If you are injured, the first step to take is to seek medical treatment.  Then, you should strongly consider meeting with an attorney, even…

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Motorcycle Accidents on the Rise

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People driving automobiles often just don’t see a motorcycle on the road.  Hence, deaths from motorcycle accidents have increased dramatically in the past ten years.  From 1994 to 2014, motorcycle fatalities have increased each year. Although motorcycles constitute less than one percent of miles driven, they account for fifteen percent…

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Bike Accidents on the Rise

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As the weather improves, more and more cyclists can be found on the roads and sidewalks.  Accidents with cyclists frequently occur at intersections, usually because people are confused on what actions to take.  The laws on these circumstances vary by state, so it is important to be knowledgeable on the…

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Millennials Are the Most Dangerous Drivers?

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The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety conducted a survey asking drivers to self-report whether they had engaged in speeding, texting, and red light running.  Drivers between 19 to 24 had the highest percentage of drivers who reported engaging in these dangerous driving behaviors.   Dangerous driving behaviors all increase the…

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Insurance Coverage

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Although having insurance can make you feel secure, lapses in coverage can put you at risk.  If you are in an accident, it is important to know what could happen. In the event that you are in a car accident, the automobile insurance policy likely covers damage to the car…

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Medicaid Work Requirements

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Kentucky has become the first state to adopt the Trump Administration’s policy that imposes work requirements as a precondition to receive Medicaid.  As a result, Kentucky residents who are deemed healthy enough to work must now comply with certain requirements to receive government health care. Under the new policy, Medicaid…

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