$1,985 Raised for Special Olympics Kentucky

March 24, 2017 | Community Service

Ten people. Thirty-eight degrees. $1,986 raised. One icy plunge. Those are just a few of the stats to report from our 6th Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Kentucky. On February 25th, ten costumed participants from Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers gathered at Brown-Forman Amphitheater to take a frigid plunge into the Ohio River. This was… Read More

Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers Takes a Plunge for the Special Olympics

February 16, 2017 | Community Service

Special Olympics Kentucky programs do more than lift up children and adults with intellectual disabilities; they inspire us all to be the best versions of ourselves. That’s why Sam Aguiar Injury Lawyers is proud to support the 2017 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Kentucky. The concept behind the Plunge is simple. Individuals and/or organizations raise… Read More

Sam Cares Holds 4th Annual Collection Drive for Home of the Innocents

January 17, 2017 | Community Service

More than four years ago, Sam Aguiar started Sam Cares with one vision in mind—to create a positive impact on the lives of those in our community and beyond. Since its inception, we’ve supported a number of local and regional organizations, all doing great work. Home of the Innocents is an organization close to our… Read More

Sam Aguiar Files Lawsuit Against LMPD After Deadly Shooting

October 26, 2016 | Firm News

Unlawful use of deadly force by law enforcement agencies is one of the most important issues currently raising national headlines. On August 8, 2016, Louisville police used deadly force against 57-year-old Darnell Wicker, a deaf man who was a father to two daughters. Mr. Wicker was shot numerous times while walking out his front door.… Read More

Commercial Vehicle Inspection Reports No Longer Required

January 19, 2015 | Tractor Trailer Accidents

Recently, our government has loosened up prior restrictions that were placed upon commercial motor carriers and their drivers. These restrictions, until December 2014, required drivers to perform brief safety inspections on the commercial trucks they were driving prior to getting behind the wheel and after their trip was complete. It required these drivers to document… Read More

Tracy Morgan May Have Lost His Career

October 6, 2014 | Tractor Trailer Accidents

This time last year, comedian Tracy Morgan was at the top of his game. He was a famous entertainer, and his agent was fielding numerous scripts, proposals, and requests for special appearances. Morgan was even slated to star in a new television show. Last summer, though, a tractor-trailer collided with Morgan’s vehicle on a highway.… Read More

Challenges Resolving a Personal Injury Claim

August 13, 2014 | Firm News

“A Cup of Coffee With 10 of the Top Personal Injury Attorneys in the United States” provides powerful insight into the challenges you will face in resolving a personal injury claim. This book is for anyone who has been seriously injured in an accident and needs guidance through the unfamiliar territory of filing a personal… Read More

Comparative Fault in KY & IN

June 27, 2014 | Car Accidents

What happens when you are in an accident that is determined to be partially your fault? Kentucky and Indiana have abrogated the legal doctrine of joint and several liability, in which each defendant is liable for the entire amount of a plaintiff’s damages, no matter how minimal his contribution to the accident. Instead, both states… Read More

Safety Awareness

June 13, 2014 | Personal Injury

Each June is National Safety Awareness Month Each June, the National Safety Council (NSC) celebrates safety awareness month to bring attention to key safety issues. For 2014, the theme of safety awareness month is “SAFETY: It takes all of us”. For each week of the month of June there will be a different focus subject,… Read More

Seeing Your Own Doctor After a Work Injury

May 8, 2014 | Kentucky Workers' Comp

Do I have the right to see the doctor of my choice or do I have to see the company doctor? If you have been injured on the job while working in the state of Kentucky or have a Kentucky workers’ compensation claim, your employer may tell you after the accident that you have to… Read More