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Why a “Zero Tolerance” Drinking and Driving Policy Might be Best For You

Combining alcohol and driving is incredibly dangerous, which is why many experts recommend a “zero tolerance” policy.

Defining Economic and Non-Economic Damages in Car Accident Cases

One of the most common misconceptions that car accident attorneys run into is clients thinking that they can only obtain compensation for property damage and medical bills.

How Do I Find Who to Name in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

People who are injured because of the negligence of another person or entity sometimes struggle with who to name as defendants in a lawsuit. In some cases it may appear obvious who the negligent party was that caused an injury, so, consequently, it may seem obvious who to name in the suit.

What to Expect from a Meeting with an Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident

The first four points on this list are what you’d expect. It is the fifth that might surprise you.

7 Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury After an Auto Accident

What makes traumatic brain injuries so dangerous is that they affect the most important part of your body.

Should You File a Lawsuit Against Monsanto for Cancer Caused by Roundup?

The chemical company Monsanto, owned by Bayer, AG, makes and sells the herbicide Roundup. There are disputed claims that the weed-killing spray causes cancer. A recent California case was successful for a plaintiff claiming he is terminally ill with lymphoma because of his on-the-job use of Roundup. If you’ve used Roundup and have been diagnosed with cancer, should you consider filing a lawsuit, too?

Ford recalls 1.5 million Ford Focus

This December Ford Motor Company will be recalling approximately 1.5 million Focus compact cars in North America due to a fuel system malfunction; Personal Injury Attorney James Graver with the Law Offices of James G. Graver, P.A. comments on product recalls.

How to Tell if You Have a Valid Personal Injury Claim

One of the most common questions people ask when consulting with a personal injury attorney for the first time is "Do I have a valid case?" Of course, the only way to know for sure is to speak with an attorney about the specific details of your case. Still, there are generally three conditions that need to be met in order for a personal injury claim to be considered valid.

When is a Car Accident Serious Enough for an Injury Claim?

You’ve been injured in a car accident caused by a negligent driver. You have hospital bills and must undergo a bit of therapy. You can’t work – for a while anyway – and you still suffer significant pain. What do you do?  Well, for starters, unlike in other states which give you more time to decide your course of action, in Kentucky you have decide – then act – fast.

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