They are driven by drivers with specialized licenses, who are required to get specific amounts of rest in order to drive them. They are massive, and when they are involved in an accident, the results are often devastating. They are commercial vehicles transporting what may be hazardous or non-hazardous materials around our country. But who is responsible if they are involved in an accident?
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We’re in the holiday home stretch! We’ve gotten through the shopping, the decorating, and the houses full of (hungry!) relatives. We’ve gotten off of work early, gone to parties, and made new holiday memories to cherish forever. We only have one more celebration before the year’s end, then it’s rinse, repeat, and do it all over again next year!
New Year’s Eve is often the biggest celebration of the year. People from all over flood to parties and other celebrations to ring in the New Year with family and friends. Because of this, there are typically a lot of vehicles on the road trying to get from one place to another, with many motorists not leaving themselves a lot of time to do it. If you plan on going out this New Year’s Eve, be sure to plan ahead to ensure that you not only get to your destination on time, but you do so safely.
Every holiday season, we see an increase in the number of pedestrians. In Louisville, Lexington, and other communities around the state of Kentucky, people will flock downtown to look at holiday decorations, shop for presents, and attend celebrations and other festivities. Unfortunately, this upsurge in foot traffic means that there will also be more pedestrian injuries and fatalities caused by collisions with motor vehicles.
In some cases, you have one year to file a claim after an injury accident. In other cases, you may have two years. Yet, there are certain cases where you have less than one year. Injuries involving spouses and children under 18 years old have different statutes of limitations in Kentucky. The best way to understand and know your rights is to call and speak to an attorney at Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC today, at (800) 937-8443. Don’t delay, so that we can investigate your accident and collect all the evidence that will be needed for a potential settlement or trial. Read the rest »
At Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC, we know how busy life can be for working parents. If you were injured, give our Louisville personal injury attorneys a call – we are ready to help negotiate with the insurance company so you can focus on recovery. With our NO FEE PROMISE, you won’t any fees unless we win or settle your case. Contact us at (502) 458-5555 for a free initial consultation and get the tiger on your side! Read the rest »
Some law firms don’t connect you to an attorney when you call. Injured? Our Louisville personal injury lawyers work exclusively with injured accident victims in Kentucky and Indiana. With the NO FEE PROMISE, you never pay us a fee unless we WIN or settle your case. Tell our attorneys what happened, so we can give you our best, and discuss every dollar the law allows. Read the rest »
What is the difference between filing an insurance claim and being part of a personal injury lawsuit? Want to avoid filing a lawsuit after an accident? Louisville Injury Lawyers Kerstin Schuhmann and Cara Stigger answer these questions. If you have questions after you or your loved one was injured in an accident, call us 800-937-8443 or live chat 24/7, www.GetTheTiger.com. The first call is always free, and you never pay a fee unless we win or settle your case. Read the rest »
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