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Archive: Personal Injury

You’ll Never Guess How Much Boating Accidents Increased in Kentucky

Our Kentucky boating accident lawyers report on increasing boating accidents in Kentucky.

From Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake to the Ohio River, Kentucky has plenty of opportunities for people to enjoy a day of boating. But operating a boat comes with the responsibility to safeguard others’ lives. When boaters are involved in accidents, the odds of people slipping under the water and drowning are high, especially if…

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Cost of Homeowner Insurance Payout for Dog Bites Increases

Our Lexington dog bite lawyers report on the cost of homeowner insurance payout for dog bites.

More than 4.5 million Americans suffer dog bites every year, according to the American Humane Society (AHS), with more than half of the victims being children. Youngsters are out of school and play outdoors more in the summer, so the odds of encountering a dog and getting bitten increase dramatically. Not only can dog bites…

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More House and Apartment Fires Occur During Winter

Our personal injury lawyers in Lexington, KY report on news that more house and apartment fires occur during winter.

Freezing temperatures have swept across Kentucky in recent weeks. The frigid blast of winter weather means that families stay indoors more often than usual, often beside fireplaces or by candles when power outages occur. But more people die in house fires during the winter months than during any other time of the year. According to…

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Nursing Home Chain Settles Claims for Inadequate Care, Failing to Follow Safety Protocols in Kentucky, Other States

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One of the country’s largest nursing home chains has agreed to pay $38 million to the federal government and eight states – including Kentucky – to settle claims that it billed Medicare and Medicaid for services that were so substandard that they were worthless, according to news reports. Investigators alleged that Extendicare Health Services, Inc….

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Keeping Children Safe: July 31 is Heat Stroke Prevention Day

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Every year, an average of 38 children die after being left alone in hot cars. Tragically, this summer’s death toll is climbing as rapidly as the outdoor temperatures. Seventeen children have already lost their lives due to heatstroke after being left unattended in vehicles, according to the latest data from KidsAndCars.org. That’s why Kids and…

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