Car Accidents

Comparative Fault in KY & IN

June 27th, 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

What You Can Do To Avoid Car Accidents

July 18th, 2013 | Car Accidents

Car accidents are an unfortunate part of the lives of many drivers. In 2011, Kentucky reported 721 traffic related fatalities on public roadways1. Additionally, there were 150,278 reported vehicle collisions throughout the state2. However, many accidents can be avoided by following common-sense practices. That important text message can wait to be answered. That e-mail will… Read More

Types of Motor Vehicle Collisions

May 24th, 2013 | Car Accidents

The fact that you have been involved in a motor vehicle collision can be a traumatic experience. Cases involving high impact collisions typically involve very serious injuries to the parties involved and the details of the accident are often not remembered. However, your insurance company will want to recount the details of the collision in… Read More

Common Injuries In Motor Vehicle Collisions

May 15th, 2013 | Car Accidents

Motor vehicle collision, no matter the severity of the collision, there are a number of injuries that are commonly sustained. The most traumatic injuries, such as compound bone fractures, are apparent directly after the collision. However, many other types of common injuries sometimes show no symptoms and cause no discomfort until hours or even days… Read More