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What is the Hit and Run Investigation Process? Steps to Take to Help the Investigation Process

Leaving the scene of an accident is a crime, which unfortunately happens more often than you may think. AAA reports that more than 700,000 hit and run accidents occur each year across the United States, with tens of thousands resulting in injuries and at least 1,500 fatalities. The police's hit and run investigation process...
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How Long Does it Take to Negotiate a Settlement?

Suffering injuries in a car accident can put you under financial strain. Medical bills pile up, and you miss time at work. Making matters worse, it is not as if you planned for this difficulty. Someone else’s dangerous decisions and actions caused the car accident. They should pay you for the harm you have...
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What to Expect Physically After a Car Accident: Common Issues and Your Options

[caption id="attachment_3678" align="alignnone" width="300"] What to Expect Physically After a Car Accident[/caption] A wide range of injuries can give you trouble after a car accident. It's likely you feel sore, but that soreness can have many causes. What you can expect physically in the short and long-term aftermath of a car accident varies widely...
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DUI Laws in Kentucky: What to Know about the Ignition Interlock Device Rules

On July 1, 2020 several changes to Kentucky DUI law took effect. Signed into law by former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, there are some dramatic changes to the license suspension provisions for those found guilty of driving under the influence. As always, before your first drink, plan ahead, get a ride, and leave your...
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VW Panoramic Sunroof Problems | Leaking Sunroofs in Volkswagen Automobiles

Important: This article is for information purposes only. The Bryant Law Firm is no longer accepting new cases for this lawsuit. Thousands of Volkswagen owners have experienced frustration and anger over widespread reports of their panoramic sunroofs leaking water and causing significant damage to their vehicles. The damage includes electrical shorts and system warning...
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Is Kentucky a No Fault State

No-Fault Insurance States The state of Kentucky is called a no-fault state because of a law stating that each driver in the state of Kentucky has to file a claim with their insurance company first to get compensation for medical bills and other financial losses caused by the accident according to their own insurance policy....
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Get the Facts: Zantac Lawsuits and Settlement Updates

  Zantac (ranitidine) was a heartburn treatment used by millions of Americans. On April 1, 2020, the Food and Drug Administration told companies to stop selling Zantac. They further urged consumers to throw away any form of heartburn medicine that might be sitting in household medicine cabinets. What is Zantac? Zantac was a popular...
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What to Know: Lower Back Pain After Car Accident

With all the headaches being in a car accident causes, a physical injury can seem like rubbing salt in the wound. While procuring repairs, finding alternative transportation, and calling your insurance provider might take up most of your time, it is important to keep an eye on your health – and your spine in particular....
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Truck Accident Statistics

Large trucks deliver most of the goods we consume and use in our daily lives: the food we eat, the clothes we wear, our mail order deliveries, the materials to build and renovate our homes, and even the vehicles we drive. It all comes by truck. The number of licensed heavy trucks on US...
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I Was Injured and it’s Not My Fault: What to Do

I Was Hurt and It Was Not My Fault. What Can I Do? Every personal injury case is its own unique story. Rarely does anything repeat according to a pattern. Facts, locations, laws, injuries, jurisdiction, liability and insurance coverage will vary. If you have been injured, as you assess your situation, you may wish...
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