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What to Say When the Insurance Adjuster Calls

The hours and days after a car accident may be a blur. You’ve experienced a stressful event and you now have bills to pay for medical expenses and vehicle repairs.

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What to Do If You're Hit by a Drunk Driver

Drunk driving is one of the major causes of traffic collisions in Kentucky and across the United States.

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Common Misconceptions About Kentucky Car Accident Claims

Many people have misconceptions about the process of filing car accident claims. Some of those misconceptions can cause victims of car crashes to make mistakes that will jeopardize their ability to receive full compensation.

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Facts About Personal Injury

If you’ve been injured due to no fault of your own, you need to consult a lawyer right away. The Law Office Of Patrick E. O’Neill, PSC offers compassionate personal injury representation for clients dealing with all types of injuries.

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5 Ways to Protect Your Future After a Drug Crime Arrest

When you face a drug crime arrest and subsequent charges, the Law Office of Patrick E O'Neill, PSC, in Jackson can guide you in protecting your future and reputation. We have over 20 years of experience defending private individuals, public figures, business owners, doctors, nursing home staff and nurses. If you are a college student, a drug crime conviction can affect your eligibility for student aid, loans or internships. Fighting your case to prevent a conviction will better protect your future.

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What to Expect After a DUI Arrest?

A DUI arrest is a scary time. You may be pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence, or the officer may find reasonable evidence of a DUI after pulling you over for some other reason. Kentucky police officers will ask you to complete a field sobriety or Breathalyzer test if they are suspicious. You have the right to refuse these field tests, but there will be repercussions.

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Special Rules Apply when Suing the Government

Generally speaking, at least in recent time, governments and their employees have been held to the same negligence standard as everyone else. In other words, if an employee of the government acts negligently or negligently maintains public property, then victims of any accident can file a personal injury action.

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Marijuana Use on the Rise Among College Students

Although marijuana remains illegal in Kentucky for all reasons, a recent report suggests that many college students are simply not paying attention to these rules. According to the report, over 40% of all college students said that within the previous 12 months they have used some form of marijuana. This number is up from 38% in 2018.

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School Principal Facing Child Porn Charges

A Kentucky principal who was the subject of some controversy about a decade ago has been arrested by Kentucky state authorities and accused of possessing child pornography.

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Texting and Driving Is More Prevalent Among Younger Drivers

According to a recent study that was reported through the national online media, drivers from the so-called Millennial generation, that is, those born in the 1980s through the mid-1990s, are more likely to use a cellular phone while driving.

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