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Q&A: Do we need to protect doctors from frivolous lawsuits?

April 1, 2020
There are already difficult barriers for someone injured by a physician’s negligence to succeed in a medical malpractice claim. These lawsuits are perhaps the most involved single-plaintiff tort cases out there. A plaintiff’s lawyer has to track down and acquire...
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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident When Changing Lanes?

March 25, 2020
While changing lanes may seem like a fairly routine thing to do, this simple action can lead to serious accidents. Whether a person is changing lanes at lower speeds on a regular road or higher speeds on a highway, there...
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What is the Average Settlement for a Personal Injury Claim in Lexington, KY?

March 25, 2020
If a person is injured due to the careless or negligent actions somebody else, they will be dealing with an incredible amount of stress. One of the most important things that a personal injury victim in Lexington, Kentucky needs to...
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IS IT TRUE A PEDESTRIAN CAN NEVER BE AT FAULT IN AN ACCIDENT?

No, a negligent pedestrian could share in the fault for a car-pedestrian accident. The duties of pedestrians are set out in the Kentucky statutes at KRS 189.570. Pedestrians have to obey traffic control devices, use sidewalks and crosswalks when provided,...
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IF YOU ARE HIT BY A POLICE CAR WHO IS LIABLE FOR THE DAMAGE?

March 6, 2020
Generally speaking, under American law a police agency is entitled to sovereign immunity (or governmental immunity) from lawsuits. You can’t sue the king or his servants, as the idea goes, without the king’s permission. Depending upon jurisdiction, however, there is...
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