Category: Personal Injury

Newborns and babies have no control over their lives, as any Kentucky parent can attest. They need constant care, cleaning, feeding and attention. One thing they definitely can’t do, and many parents aren’t willing or able to do, is to make sure their car seats are properly buckled into the vehicles in which they travel. […]

Concussions are very common, but that doesn’t mean they should be taken lightly. Depending on the severity a concussion can have serious, life-long effects. If you think you’ve suffered a concussion, you should seek medical attention not only to help you now but to possibly help you cope with future health problems. The brain is […]

Lawsuits have been filed by professional football and hockey players as well as professional wrestlers due to the long-term harm done by concussions. A proposed class action lawsuit filed in August against Pop Warner and other youth football-related organizations over brain damage suffered by players could mean changes for youth football, starting with helmets, reports […]

The UK campus is alive with people during the school year. With about 29,000 students and another 14,000 staff and faculty who need to go where they belong, there will be thousands of pedestrians walking through the campus each day. Add to this all the vehicle traffic from students, employees, mass transit, contractors and deliveries, […]

Professional football and hockey players aren’t the only ones involved in legal claims involving concussions and related injuries. Fifty-three retired professional wrestlers filed a lawsuit in July against World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), claiming the company hid the dangers of repetitive head injuries that have caused them crippling neurological damage, reports the Boston Globe. The 214-page […]

It’s approaching the end of summer and the start of the next school year. There are an estimated 55 million children attending schools in the U.S., with nearly 41,000 attending Fayette County Public Schools. The American Automobile Association (AAA) estimates that about 13% of students walk or bike to their schools, exposing themselves to the […]

Many people think when part of a tree comes down, or the entire tree falls over, it’s a freak accident, bad luck, act of God or some combination thereof. That’s not necessarily the case, especially when the tree is in a public area where people could get hurt when all or part of the tree […]

Walking from one place to another can be hazardous enough, but if you’re trying to walk from Point A to Point B and there’s a construction zone in between, the danger increases tremendously. Without proper planning and precautions by the contractor, you may trip, slip and fall if the walkway isn’t safe, or you may […]

Sometimes life gets complicated. You need help in some area of your life but you don’t have the knowledge, skills or experience to do it properly. If your spouse needs surgery, could you do the job? If you are audited by the IRS, would you want to handle it by yourself? If your car’s brakes […]

We are not doctors and do not provide medical advice. If you have specific medical questions, you should consult your family doctor as soon as possible. Even though we do not provide medical advice, over the years of representing people in serious wrecks, we have seen a lot of people with head injuries fail to […]