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What Happens When You Reject an Insurance Settlement Offer
Medical Malpractice

What Happens When You Reject an Insurance Settlement Offer?

If you believe that an insurance company’s initial settlement offer is inadequate to cover your losses following a personal injury accident, you are certainly able (and highly advised) to decline the offer. When you decline the initial offer, it usually opens the door to negotiations. This is when you can present additional evidence, counter-offers, and justifications for a higher settlement. It also sends a message that you’re willing to advocate

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Pure Comparative Negligence in Kentucky Personal Injury Cases
Personal Injury

Understanding Pure Comparative Negligence in Kentucky Personal Injury Cases

In Kentucky’s complex landscape of personal injury law, understanding pure comparative negligence is crucial for anyone pursuing a claim. This concept can significantly impact your personal injury claim and how much compensation you receive.   At TLF: The Medical Injury Law Firm, we know the challenges that cases can present when pure comparative negligence is involved and will do what it takes to help our clients achieve the most favorable outcome

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highway hypnosis
Motor Vehicle Accidents

What is Highway Hypnosis?

Picture this: you’re cruising down a seemingly endless stretch of highway, the road unrolling beneath your wheels, when suddenly, you start approaching your destination without a clear memory of your drive. If this has ever happened to you, you may have experienced highway hypnosis.  Highway hypnosis is a phenomenon that causes a driver to fall into a trance-like state while driving for an extended period on a monotonous stretch of

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why insurance companies spy on you
Personal Injury

Why Insurance Companies and Defense Lawyers Spy on You During Lawsuits and How You Can Protect Yourself

When an injury causes a lawsuit, a defendant’s insurance company or lawyer might spy on you. The insurance company’s goal of surveillance is to find any evidence that shows you are not as severely injured as you claim. Therefore, they owe you less money. Why do Insurance Companies Spy? When you are injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, a lawsuit will help you recover damages for the losses

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What are Incapacitating Injuries?
Personal Injury

What are Incapacitating Injuries?

Auto accidents can result in various injuries ranging from minor to catastrophic. A severe injury to the spinal cord, neck, back, or brain can often be considered an incapacitating injury. These injuries are non-fatal and can result in temporary or permanent disability. An incapacitating injury can also lead to extensive hospital stays, medical expenses, and lost wages due to missing work. Luckily, accident victims can file personal injury lawsuits to

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Northern Kentucky Truck Accident Attorneys
Personal Injury

The Importance of Proper Truck Maintenance in Preventing Accidents

When a commercial truck is involved in an accident, the results can be catastrophic. Compared to a regular passenger vehicle, these trucks can crush a car like a tin can, leaving those involved with critical or life-threatening injuries. According to the National Safety Council, over 5,000 people were killed in commercial truck accidents in 2021 alone.  You could be entitled to financial compensation if you or a loved one suffered

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What To Expect
Medical Malpractice

What To Expect After We Take Your Case

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury caused by someone else’s negligence, you may have a personal injury or medical negligence claim on your hands. The truth is, however, that many accident victims are unaware of what these claims entail and what happens once they decide to file one. For example, you may know that a personal injury settlement is meant to compensate you for financial

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Pedestrian accidents on the rise
Motor Vehicle Accidents

Pedestrian accidents on the rise

Most people are in a rush to get somewhere. Whether it is to make it to work on time or to get to an important appointment, drivers put a lot of focus on getting where their going, and not necessarily the path they are taking to get there. Whether it was from rushing to get through a light or traveling too fast to be on time, too often, pedestrians pay

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How the Textalyzer can prove fault
Distracted Driving

How the Textalyzer can prove fault

Imagine driving to work when someone suddenly rear-ends you while you coming to a stop at a traffic light. The other driver obviously was not paying attention to what was happening in front of him. Prior to the accident, you had seen him balancing his phone on his steering wheel when you glanced up in your rear-view mirror. Is that why he hit you? Was he too busy texting to

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Understanding the Distracted Brain

Many drivers are unaware of the dangers of distracted driving. To better understand why the brain can’t multitask, the National Safety Counsel has compiled more than 30 studies showing why hands-free devices are no safer. Consider the following: Drivers talking on handheld or hands-free cell phones are four times as likely to be involved in an automobile accident. The National Safety Counsel currently estimates that people talking on cell phones while

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