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The Talcum Powder Case Process: How Long Can It Take to Settle?

Over the past few years, talcum powder and its connection to ovarian cancer has made headlines. Research points to talcum powder being carcinogenic, potentially contributing to thousands of cancer cases. The resulting lawsuits claim that talcum powder manufacturers knew of the danger, but failed to warn consumers. But how long does it take to...
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Louisville Accident Reports: How to Get Your Accident Report

After a car accident in Louisville, Kentucky, law enforcement will typically come to the scene of the accident, take down relevant information, and submit an official accident report. These reports provide valuable information when filing an insurance claim and/or personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation for your injuries. If you suffered severe injuries in...
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Kentucky Auto Accident Laws: When to File a Claim and What You Can Recover

According to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC), traffic accidents throughout the state have been on a steady decrease since 2015. However, accident victims still suffer property damage, injuries, and death every year on Kentucky roads. KYTC data shows that, each year, drivers report about 160,000 automobile accidents in the Bluegrass State, resulting in around...
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Common Causes of Car Fires, Prevention, and What to Do if Your Car Caught on Fire

This article is for information purposes only.  The Bryant Law Center does not take car fire or property damage cases unless there is a personal injury involved. From 2014 to 2016 an estimated 171,500 car fires occurred each year resulting in an annual average of 345 deaths, 1,300 injuries, and $1.1 billion in property...
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Studies Show Use of Hand Sanitizer Distorts Alcohol Breath Test Results

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has come the increased use of hand sanitizer. With more people than ever using the alcohol-based product, it is important to remember that hand sanitizer could likely have an effect on breath alcohol testers such as breathalyzers and ignition interlock devices. At least two studies have found...
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Should I Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you've recently suffered injuries in a car accident, work accident, or some other event, you might be wondering if you should hire a personal injury lawyer. Some people struggle with the idea of suing another party for their injuries. After all, their health insurance policy or workers' compensation covers everything right? Unfortunately, this...
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Is Falling Asleep While Driving Gross Negligence?

Yes, falling asleep while driving can be considered gross negligence in a car accident if the drowsy driver was acting with negligence and with disregard for other driver's safety. At some point in our lives, most of us have driven while feeling very tired. Few of us realize, however, just how risky that act...
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Rental Car Perils: 3 Ways to Protect Yourself When Using a Rental Car After an Accident

Drivers unfortunate enough to have been hit by a negligent motorist are confronted by many important decisions and options, some seemingly more urgent than others. The immediate options relate to receiving medical treatment if you are injured and your diagnosis or prognosis for future medical treatment or impairment. But securing reliable transportation if your...
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Three Reasons You Should be Reading All Package Inserts

We’ve all done it. We’ve all opened a brand-new gadget we were so excited about purchasing, and immediately tossed aside the paperwork that’s usually on top. While sometimes the package inserts consist of things we don’t want to keep like coupons or advertisements, there are reasons why you should read through it all before...
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Can Soft Tissue Damage Be Permanent?

Soft tissue damage such as sprains or contusions are common physical consequences of car accidents. These injuries might only include some bruising, but sometimes the force of a collision causes accident victims to suffer a complete tear of a ligament or tendon. These injuries can lead to permanent soft tissue damage. Essentially yes it...
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