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Q&A: Since compensatory damages reimburse the plaintiff for all losses suffered, how can an additional award of punitive damages be justified?

April 22, 2020
Punitive damages may be awarded in addition to compensatory damages that have “made the plaintiff whole.” Kentucky Revised Statutes 411.184 – 411.186 allows for punitive damages where a civil defendant has acted with “oppression, fraud, or malice” in injuring the...
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What to Do if You’ve Been Rear-Ended in Lexington

April 21, 2020
While nobody wants to be involved in a car accident, the truth is that accidents are common in and around the Lexington area. According to the Kentucky Department of Transportation, there were more than 158,000 total car accidents reported across...
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What Kinds of Damages Can I Recover After a Car Accident?

April 21, 2020
The last thing anybody wants is to be involved in a serious car accident. Unfortunately, car accidents are not uncommon. According to the Kentucky Department of Transportation, there were 158,171 total traffic collisions reported during the latest year of data...
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Q&A: Is it illegal to carry an ice-cream cone in your pocket in Kentucky?

April 16, 2020
No, that is not true. There are a lot of internet memes and listicles about weird laws in various places. One that is commonly found online is that it’s illegal to carry an ice cream cone in your pocket in...
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Q&A: What is a tort case?

April 15, 2020
A tort is a private injury. A tort case is a lawsuit that seeks a private civil remedy for this injury. Its purpose is usually to seek money as compensation. Suppose you’re hurt and your car is damaged when a...
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