June 2020

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Do You Suspect That Your Child Suffered a Birth Injury?

Do you suspect that your child suffered a birth injury in a Kentucky hospital? Birth injuries, such as Cerebral Palsy or Erb’s Palsy, can result if medical personnel make a medical mistake or fail to follow proper guidelines of care during labor or delivery. The…

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Can I recover punitive damages if I suffer a brain injury in a Kentucky motor vehicle crash?

Punitive damages are not typically part of a motor vehicle accident case recovery. However, in some extreme circumstances, punitive damages may be awarded. Kentucky’s Punitive Damages Law Punitive damages serve two purposes. First, they punish the defendant. Second, they prevent the defendant and others from…

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Dealing With Auto Accident Injury Claims During the Coronavirus Pandemic

During the coronavirus pandemic, there has been a decrease in the number of car accidents due to less traffic. Although accidents are down, the injury attorneys at our firm have noticed there has been an increase in the severity of the accidents that do occur….

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Head Injuries Sustained in an Accident Require Medical Evaluation and Legal Consultation

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), also known as a head injury, is one of the main causes of death and permanent disability globally.  Trauma to the head resulting from personal injuries, such as auto accidents or slip-and-falls, can happen instantaneously. Victims of head trauma often require…

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Dangers to Look for When You Visit a Loved One in a Nursing Home After Coronavirus

Many of our clients have been unable to visit their loved ones who are currently living in nursing homes in Kentucky. Hopefully, the coronavirus will soon be a distant memory, and life will return to normal. Once you are allowed to visit your family member,…

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Elder Justice Initiative Is One Tool in the Fight Against Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

The U.S. Department of Justice’s Elder Justice Initiative identifies fighting elder abuse as a “key priority” of the Department of Justice. Specifically, the Elder Justice Initiative seeks to protect senior citizens from six types of abuse, including: Physical abuse Caregiver neglect and abandonment Financial fraud…

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