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What To Do After A Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim

Facing a denied workers' compensation claim can be a daunting experience, particularly when dealing with the physical and financial impacts of a workplace injury. However, a denial is not the end of the road. There are several steps you can take to appeal the decision and potentially secure the benefits you need. 1. Understand...
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Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Off-the-Clock Injuries?

Workers' compensation is a critical safety net for employees, providing financial and medical support for injuries sustained in the course of employment. However, a common area of confusion arises when considering whether workers' compensation covers injuries that occur off-the-clock, when an employee is not actively performing their job duties. The answer to this question...
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The Impact of Social Media on Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

The influence of social media continues to grow, intertwining with almost all aspects of our daily lives. For some people, it's the first thing they look at when they wake up and the last thing they look at when they go to bed. While there's nothing inherently wrong with this, it's important to understand...
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How Are Personal Injury Settlements Calculated in Kentucky?

In Kentucky, personal injury settlements are designed to compensate injured parties for damages incurred due to another's negligence. Having an understanding of how these settlements are calculated is incredibly helpful for the plaintiff - a clear understanding informs decision-making and negotiations with insurers or during lawsuits, ensuring you pursue a settlement that genuinely acknowledges...
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Common Types of Personal Injuries

Personal injuries can happen to anyone at any time, often unexpectedly and with significant consequences. These injuries can result from various circumstances, ranging from accidents to intentional acts of harm. Here are the most common types of personal injuries that lead to claims. Car Accidents Car accidents are one of the leading causes of...
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Who Is Liable In A Playground Injury Accident?

Determining liability in a playground injury accident often requires a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident. Multiple parties may share responsibility for ensuring playground safety, and liability may vary depending on factors such as negligence, contractual agreements, and applicable laws. Property Owners or Operators Property owners or operators, such as municipalities, schools,...
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When Are Pedestrians Most At Risk Of An Accident?

Pedestrian safety is a paramount concern in Kentucky, with specific timeframes and conditions significantly impacting the risk of injuries and fatalities. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s latest crash data for 2021, pedestrians are the most at risk of an accident at night, between midnight and 3:00 a.m. Pedestrians at Night The...
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Amusement Park Injuries – What You Need To Know

Amidst the thrills that amusement parks provide, accidents and injuries can occur, turning a day of joy into a traumatic experience. Here is what you need to know if you or your loved ones suffered an injury at an amusement park. Causes of Amusement Park Injuries Accidents at amusement parks can result from the...
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How Does Pedestrian Detection In Cars Work?

As automotive technology continues to advance, pedestrian detection has become a pivotal feature in modern cars. This technology aims to mitigate the risk of pedestrian-related accidents by employing a combination of sensors, cameras, and sophisticated algorithms. If a crash is unavoidable, pedestrian crash avoidance mitigation (PCAM) systems could reduce the resulting number of injured...
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The Impact of Inspection Backlogs on Kentucky Nursing Home Abuse

Ensuring the well-being of nursing home residents is paramount, and one key component of this is the inspection process. State survey agencies are supposed to conduct nursing home health inspections once a year and more often if the facility is performing poorly, there are complaints, or reports of incidents. However, like other states, Kentucky...
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