Louisville auto accidents that lead to a wrongful death are tragic, devastating, and inexcusable. But what do you do when it happens to your family? Please watch the video below to learn more.
No amount of compensation can make a loved one's unexpected death okay, but compensation recovered in a Louisville auto accident claim can help you and your family rebuild your lives and livelihood following this tragedy.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that there was a 9.3 percent increase in traffic deaths in the first nine months of 2015. This percentage represents a steep increase from 2014. Traffic deaths were on the decline overall from 2000 to 2014. The region including Kentucky had a 12 percent increase in traffic deaths in the first nine months of 2015, while the region encompassing Indiana had a 12 percent increase...Read More
This past Friday, a 20-foot crane collapsed in an area near the East End Bridge, on the Kentucky side of the bridge, according to Louisville Business First. Fortunately, no one was injured by the crane. Developers believe a mechanical failure or high winds on Friday may have caused the collapse, but they won't know for sure until they remove the crane later this week and inspect the site. Developers do not expect this incident to delay the planned opening of the...Read More
At around 2 a.m. this past Sunday, a man in an SUV drove through the front facade of Za's Pizza Pub on Bardstown Road, according to WHAS 11. The 40-year-old driver was arrested for drunk driving. Reports say the pizza restaurant faces about $5,000 worth of damage as a result of the drunk driving accident. The alleged drunk driver was in an SUV at the time. The front doors of the restaurant were completely destroyed....Read More
As a Veteran, you deserve the Veterans Disability Benefits to which you are entitled. But when is it appropriate to file a claim? Please watch our Louisville Veterans Disability lawyer's video below.
There were thankfully no injuries today after a crane on the banks of an Ohio River construction site collapsed into the water. However, it’s important for workers on the East End Bridge and other construction projects on or around Louisville’s waterways to know that they have the right...Read More
Distracted driving impacts more than just the driver and occupants of the car involved; pedestrians, fellow drivers and passengers are also endangered. Make a decision to ditch the following four types of distracted driving:
- Daydreaming. Surprisingly, allowing your mind to wander while driving (even on your daily and routine route) can be the most dangerous of all distracted...
About 14 percent of drivers in America do not have auto insurance, according to a Wall Street Journal article from December 2013. Currently New Hampshire is the only state that does not require drivers to carry auto insurance. But regardless of the fact that most states require it, some drivers continue to travel the nation's roadways without adequate coverage. Watch our video below to find out how to protect yourself in the event of an auto...Read More