“Remembering Ali” on WAVE 3 in Louisville June 6, 2020

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It has been four years since the world mourned the loss of Muhammad Ali. Join us in “Remembering Ali” on WAVE 3, Saturday at 7pm (June 6, 2020). Also, watch Listens Live, Wednesday at 12:30p, as we reflect on the Ali legacy with John Ramsey.

Saturday’s broadcast of “Remembering Ali” will include eulogies at Muhammad Ali’s funeral by Pastor Kevin Cosby, John Ramsey, Billie Crystal and Lonnie Ali.  WAVE will also share video of the funeral procession and short clip from Rasheda Ali Walsh.

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How Do the Kentucky Court Closures Affect Your Injury Case?

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Each injury accident is different, and each case is different. If you are a client, stay in contact with your attorney to know and understand the status of your case. If this closure affects your case, our team is working to reschedule dates as soon as possible.

A few key points about Kentucky courts effective through May 31, 2020.

  1. In-person services are suspended, and court proceedings are to be conducted remotely. Kentucky has restricted court dockets, jury trials, and jury service from taking place in-person at court facilities.

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Happy Birthday! Sue Wells Turns 93 Years Old

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HAPPY 93rd BIRTHDAY to Cara’s mom Sue Wells! Her family and friends did a socially distant birthday parade in front of Sue’s home in Kentucky.

Sue sat outside in her rocker to receive the well wishes safely from afar.

Her loved ones made signs, decorated their cars and ATV’s, honked horns, and played instruments.

Several well wishers tossed birthday cards out on to the driveway.

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What our elders say about us…

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If you ask Cara Stigger’s mom Sue or Marshall Kaufman’s dad Marshall, they believe we are serving our clients well. You don’t have to take their word for it, find out for yourself. Injury accidents can be devastating. Speak directly to a lawyer at Kaufman & Stigger to know your rights as an injured person. Let us help you with the legal aspects of your injury case, while you focus on getting better. The injury case consultation is always free. Safe social distancing is a priority to us.

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COVID-19 Update: We Are Still Open – Get The Tiger on Your Side

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At Kaufman & Stigger we continue to do our part by social distancing, limiting work in the office, and working remotely. Thankfully, our staff is healthy and has been able to make adjustments to the changes in our world.

We continue to address the needs of every client and every personal injury case. The well-being of our staff and clients is extremely important to us. Injury accident victims can still call, text or live chat our office to speak directly to an attorney.

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Ketucky Red Truck vs Blue Truck – TV Ad for Kaufman & Stigger Injury Lawyers

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How about these lovely Kentucky TRUCKS!

Some people would call themselves die-hard red truck fans and some of you bleed blue. Whatever color vehicle you drive, if you are injured in an accident, speak to a lawyer at Kaufman & Stigger.  Our lawyers work exclusively with injured people across Kentucky and Indiana.  The injury case review is always free.  To get the conversation started, call, text or live chat.

If you are wondering, this is Cara Stigger’s mom,

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A Client Review of The Tiger – Alva from Louisville, Kentucky

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At Kaufman & Stigger, we fight for our clients.  The attorneys you see on television are the attorneys that help our injured clients.  Our client Alva from Louisville, Kentucky had an unfortunate injury accident.  It was complicated and required an investigation and a lot of attention.  Alva was generous to share her experience working with attorneys Cara Stigger, Jacob Levy and paralegal Shannon Thacker.  Helping good hearted people like Alva after an accident is worthwhile and rewarding.

Every time the phone rings or a live chat conversation begins at our law firm,

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Expertise.com Selects Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC as one of the Best Personal Injury Lawyers in Louisville 2019

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Expertise.com Selects Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC as one of the Best Personal Injury Lawyers in Louisville in 2019.

Expertise.com chose Kaufman & Stigger, PLLC out of 138 providers in Louisville. The decision was based on 25 variables across the following six criteria: Reputation, Credibility, Availability, Professionalism, and Experience.

Expertise says “If you’re here, it’s because your business is among the best.”

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Kentucky’s Personal Injury Lawyer Cara Stigger and her Mom Sue Wells

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People always ask 91-year-old Sue Wells about her daughter Cara Stigger.  Sue jokes that she sees Cara more often on TV and social media.  Fortunately, Cara lives nearby and DOES visit with her mom most weekends.  Cara’s sisters Betsy and Jo live a stones throw from Sue in Taylorsville, Kentucky.  They are near the farm where Sue and her late husband James raised their children.  When Cara was young her family farm grew grain, tobacco, raised cattle and pigs, had a milking dairy, and a large vegetable and fruit garden to feed family and friends.

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Kentucky Supreme Court Clarifies Strict Liability in Dog Bite Cases

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Congratulations to our attorneys Marshall Kaufman and Kerstin Ann Schuhmann! On behalf of a client that had been attacked and mauled by dogs, they appealed a verdict that determined the dogs’ owner was not liable.

An appeal was heard by the Kentucky Court of Appeals and then the Kentucky Supreme Court. The Kentucky Supreme Court issued an opinion finding in favor of our client, and addressed how fault is to be determined in this dog bite cases and other cases going forward.

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