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What To Do After Being Hit by an Uninsured Driver

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

In Kentucky, the minimum auto insurance coverage that drivers are required to have is $25,000/$50,000/$10,000. In the event of a covered collision, the limits for bodily injury are $25,000 per person. The maximum amount insurance can pay for total injuries in a crash if more than one person is injured is $50,000, and the… Read More »

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Medical Negligence: Birth Injuries

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Medical negligence, also called medical malpractice, arises when a healthcare provider breaches the acceptable standard of care and causes harm to a patient. Unfortunately, medical negligence remains a huge problem in the United States of America. While most healthcare providers strive to provide the best treatment and care to patients, instances of medical negligence… Read More »

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Common Distractions to Truck Drivers

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The CDC estimates that almost ten people die in the United States daily in accidents that involve a distracted driver. Distracted driving is when a driver is doing something that takes their concentration away from the main job of driving. This behavior is dangerous for any driver. However, it can be more dangerous for… Read More »

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5 Things Not To Do During a Car Accident Case

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You deserve compensation after being injured in a Kentucky car accident because of another party’s negligence. However, you need to avoid making mistakes if you want to recover fair compensation. If you do certain things, you could adversely impact your chances of recovering the compensation you deserve. Understanding what to do and what not… Read More »

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Back Injuries in Car Accidents

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The human back is not well suited to handle the impact of a car crash. Almost any type of car accident can cause back injuries, including minor collisions. Car accidents can result in various kinds of back injuries, ranging from minor injuries to life-altering injuries. Below are some crucial things to know about back… Read More »

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Five Types of Evidence in a Kentucky Personal Injury Case

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When a person suffers an injury because of the fault of another party, they can file a personal injury claim against the negligent party and recover financial compensation. In a Kentucky personal injury case, the plaintiff has the burden of proving negligence on the part of the defendant, and to prove negligence, you need… Read More »

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7 Tips for Avoiding Distracted Driving

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

Distracted driving is a dangerous behavior. The NHTSA estimates that in 2021 alone, distracted driving claimed over 3,500 lives. Even a few seconds of distraction are enough to cause a serious accident that results in severe injuries and even death. Unfortunately, the cost of distracted driving accident injuries and fatalities can be significant. It… Read More »

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Can I Go to Jail for a Misdemeanor in Kentucky?

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In Kentucky, crimes fall under two main categories: misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors are considered less serious crimes than felonies. For this reason, it is easy for someone facing a misdemeanor charge to assume they cannot go to jail if convicted. But is it true that you cannot go to jail if convicted of a… Read More »

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The Importance of Medical Records in a Personal Injury Case

By Cessna and George Law Firm |

You can recover financial compensation through a personal injury claim after suffering an injury because of another party’s negligence. Whether you are seeking compensation after a car accident, slip and fall accident, or any other type of accident, the strength and success of your case hinges on the quality and comprehensiveness of your evidence…. Read More »

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Tampering With Physical Evidence in Kentucky

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Tampering with physical evidence is a serious crime in Kentucky. If convicted of tampering with physical evidence in Kentucky, you could spend up to five years in jail, depending on the specifics of your case. Generally, this offense involves intentional interference with an investigation or legal proceeding. If you’ve been arrested for tampering with… Read More »

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