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How Much of My Injury Settlement Goes To Pay Case Liens? It Depends on the State and Your Attorney

Most people think that a lawsuit ends when the case is settled or the jury gives its award following a trial. Even many lawyers believe this, and that is how you spot an attorney that doesn't have any business practicing personal injury law. In truth, a great deal of negotiating with lienholders … [Read more...]

Think You Have a Case? Should You Sue? What Are the Costs of Litigation?

The litigation costs are usually the primary factor to be considered when determining whether to pursue a lawsuit. Although some suits are pursued for other reasons than monetary gain, the reality is that if a judgment is unlikely to cover the legal costs, then it is not financially worthwhile to … [Read more...]

Hiring an Attorney: Tips On Getting the Best Lawyer For Your Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, or Workers’ Compensation Case

If you've never worked with an attorney before, it can be intimidating to pick up the phone and call. As a layman, there’s no good way to compare one attorney’s services to another because each client’s case is unique and many variables (such as the random selection of a jury) can make similar … [Read more...]

What to Do When You Have a Car Accident in Kentucky

If you've been in a car accident, it can be tough to know what to do. No two car wrecks are exactly the same, and in Kentucky you will often have questions that you don’t think of at the scene of the accident. Here are some tips to make sure you do everything necessary to get your car fixed, your … [Read more...]

“What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP)?” is a Frequently Asked Question to Northern Kentucky Personal Injury Lawyers

Personal Injury Protection, or “PIP”, is a basic coverage that is required in Kentucky on all motor vehicles, with the exception of motorcycles. It generally provides up to $10,000 to each covered individual in an accident to be used for the purposes of paying for medical expenses, lost wages, and … [Read more...]