Louisville Personal Injury Blog
Every one of us out there driving probably has the same worry: Bam! An uninsured motorist hits us—and we’re stuck eating the costs.
Kentucky does require all motorists to have insurance coverage, but some people claim they have no insurance—even when they do!
On May 19th, Matt Kaufman and Jimmy Kaufman sat down with John Ramsey of WAVE 3 Listens and explained what you should do if you’re hit by someone who claims to have no insurance. If you have any questions about your own situation, give us a call at (502) 458-5555. The consultation is free.
No sooner does an incident happen than it’s online for the whole world to see.
Police body cams, dashboard cameras, and traffic cameras aren’t always the mark of a totalitarian society – sometimes, they can be useful for injury claims. Great Day Live! talks to Marshall Kaufman and Cara Stigger about how the increase in technology available actually makes it easier and more accurate to prove “who did what” in an accident.
Monsanto’s weed-killing pesticide Roundup is used widely in the United States’ agricultural community. The company has widely fought claims that Roundup is linked to many forms of cancer. Despite reporting from The World Health Organization, Monsanto has been able to keep Roundup’s link to cancer off official records and its product’s listing. That is, until now.
According to The Center for Biodiversity, California has officially recognized glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, as a “probable” human carcinogen. This comes just after news that The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) failed to link glyphosate to cancer, even when it had the information to do so.
Traffic cameras, business cameras, even police body cams—the eyes of technology are all around us.
In finding fault for auto accidents, this is a great thing! But this footage is sometimes lost if people wait too long to contact a lawyer. Calling immediately after an injury accident helps get all the evidence available.
If you missed it, earlier this month attorney Cara Stigger discussed on WAVE 3 Listens how new technology helps clients who have been in accidents. Listen and learn how. If you have any questions about your own situation, please call (502) 458-5555.
We hear all the time that Kentucky is a “no-fault” auto accident state. Well, what does that actually mean? And what does it have to do with Kentucky’s required PIP insurance coverage?
In this April 20th video segment from WAVE 3 “Listens Live!” attorney Kerstin Schuhmann talks about what it means when people say Kentucky is a “no-fault state,” and exactly what PIP is and what it does for Kentucky drivers. If you have any questions about your own case, you can call (502) 458-5555.
Every year, the Allstate insurance company releases its Best Drivers Report. The report ranks and compares 200 of America’s biggest suburban areas in driver safety. They are ranked according to claim likelihood, years between claims, and other factors (based on information from Allstate’s clients in the respective areas).
Teenage drivers can be many things—reckless or safe, fast or slow, but they always seem to be overconfident on the road.
But most of all? They’re valuable to the ones who love them. In this short video, Cara Stigger of Kaufman & Stigger reads a letter that a friend has shared with her, reminding teen drivers to be careful, because Mom and Dad do care.
Accidents can be a nightmare for everyone involved—emotionally draining and legally complex.
Injury accidents can be especially devastating. Some insurance companies rush to get injured people to record a statement and accept a small amount of money. Be cautious and don’t sign or record a statement before knowing your rights and the extent of your injuries.
What should you do after an accident? Watch this short video. We help accident victims across Kentucky and Indiana. If you need help or have questions, call and speak to one of lawyers today. With our no fee promise, you won’t pay a fee unless we win or settle your case. Call today at (800) 937-8443.
Most people want nothing to do with a lawsuit. But when accidents happen, it’s a good idea to get the professionals involved from the start. That way, a visit to the courthouse can actually be avoided.
What’s the difference between filing an insurance claim and being part of a lawsuit? Want to avoid filing a lawsuit after an injury accident? Attorneys Kerstin Schuhmann and Cara Stigger answer these questions on WAVE 3 Listens Live, aired March 10, 2017 at 11 a.m. If you have questions after you or your loved one was injured in an accident, call (800) 937-8443.
Talcum powder has been a commonly used household product for centuries, as it is beneficial in drying up moisture, reducing friction, and preventing rashes. In addition, it was frequently marketed as an effective way to mask feminine odors. Unfortunately, women that have habitually used talcum powder in this manner may have unknowingly increased their risk for developing ovarian cancer.
Why Talcum Powder Has Been Linked to Cancer
A significant number of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer have talc particles that were discovered in their ovaries. This occurs when talcum powder is applied directly to the genitals or anywhere in the vicinity, allowing it to enter the body through the vagina and move through the fallopian tubes. Once inside the organs, the talc begins to build up in the ovarian tissue after repeated use and causes chronic inflammation. This is believed to be a contributing factor to the formation of cancer cells. Read the rest »
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