Category Archives: General Law Info

The Other Guy’s Insurance Company Is Not Your Friend

After being injured in a car accident, you may be contacted by the insurance company of the person who was at fault.  Always keep in mind that it is the job of that insurance company to settle your claim as quickly, and for as little money as possible.  The insurance adjuster will try to make you […]

Run, Forrest, Run!

This blog is for runners, walkers, bicyclists and those who drive a car.  So, I guess you could say it is for pretty much everyone! Spring is here, and I am loving every minute of it!  But the beautiful weather also means that there are increased numbers of pedestrians (runners, walkers and bicyclists included) on […]

“We’re Gonna Bury You in Paperwork!”

In Hollywood’s stereotypical depiction of litigation, such a threat is common and is supposed to strike fear in the heart of an opposing attorney.  In my last blog,  I discussed the fact that much of what see from Hollywood about litigation is far from reality.  So what does a lawsuit really look like? Without overwhelming […]

“Anything You Post on Facebook Can and Will Be Used Against You.”

Social media is a great way to stay connected with people.  It also has the potential to cause people a lot of problems when not used carefully. Regardless of the “privacy” settings you are using, you should assume that everything you post online has the potential to be seen by anyone in the world, and […]

“If I Could Turn Back Time…I’d Have Taken Some Pictures.”

Sometimes, injury claims are difficult to prove due to lack of evidence, or conflicting accounts of what happened. Here are 6 tips for what to do if you (or someone you are with) gets injured: 1.  Take lots of pictures.  As the old adage goes “a picture is worth 1000 words.”  Unless you are living in […]

“But isn’t Kentucky a no-fault state?”

In the 1970s, the Kentucky legislature enacted a law meant to ensure that everyone who is injured in an automobile accident could get immediate medical treatment, regardless of who caused the accident.  This is commonly known as the “no-fault” law.  By law, if you have a Kentucky automobile insurance policy, your own policy is required […]