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COVID-19 Personal Injury Claims

As the state of Kentucky begins to fully open back up for business, exposure to COVID-19 remains a chief concern. Employees want to feel safe while at work. Additionally, consumers want to feel protected when visiting a place of business. Several lawsuits are currently pending across the country and the cases share a similar allegation…

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How Social Media Damages Your Personal Injury Claim

Social media has become a normal part of our lives. According to the Pew Research Center, sixty-nine percent of all American adults use Facebook, which makes it the most popular social media networking site. We think nothing of regularly posting a photo or an update to our online audience. However, those posts often depict a…

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Why an Attorney May Not Take Your Personal Injury Case

You’ve been injured and you feel confident that you have a substantial claim. However, when you meet with an attorney, you’re told that you don’t have a strong enough case. You don’t understand how that can even be possible. Surely, the lawyer in front of you must be overlooking the crucial facts, because you have…

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Traveling to Another State? You Need to Read this First

At the beginning of this month, a Northern Kentucky woman filed suit against Governor Andy Beshear citing the travel restrictions in his recent executive order were an infringement upon her constitutional rights. The Order limits travel between Kentucky and other states, in addition to imposing a fourteen-day quarantine on those individuals who do travel into…

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Can the Boss Take Your Temperature and Force Hand Washing? Returning to Work in a Pandemic

Yesterday New York Governor Andrew Cuomo voiced his belief that a mass rollout of rapid tests for the novel coronavirus would be needed in order for a state of normalcy to return to the country. The logic behind his thinking is that an adequate supply of tests that provide quick results will allow communities to…

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