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We Represent Victims of Careless Teen Drivers

Several previous posts on this blog have talked about the fact that, for a number of reasons, teen drivers pose some extra risk while they are out and about on the road. While some of this extra risk might be just due to inexperience, in many cases, there is also an element of bad or immature judgment involved.

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2019's 100 Deadliest Days Have Arrived

Historically, the time between Memorial Day and Labor Day are dubbed the 100 Deadliest Days on the road because traffic fatalities happen with greater frequency during this time.

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Driving Under the Influence of Drugs in Kentucky

When people in Jackson think about a DUI, the first thought that may come to their mind is someone getting pulled over and arrested, after a night at the bars or even at a family party or a sporting event. In short, a DUI is to their minds something related to alcohol use.

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Prom Night Can Be a Dangerous Time for Motorists

With the end of the school year in sight, many teenagers in Kentucky will be celebrating by attending prom and, perhaps, also going to parties to celebrate their graduation from high school.

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Possible Criminal Charges for Social Security Fraud

A previous post on this blog talked about how the Social Security Administration has plans to monitor the social media accounts of those who apply for disability benefits. The plan is for the federal government to be able to use Social Security applicants' activity on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to look for evidence that they have filed a false claim for Social Security Disability benefits.

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Can I Do Something if I Lose My Personal Injury Case?

Many attorneys offer to collect nothing in the way of a fee for their services if a Jackson, Kentucky, resident files a personal injury claim but winds up getting no compensation.

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Social Security Fraud Panic May Lead to Social Media Monitoring

It has long been the thought of many politicians and others that many residents of Kentucky and other states apply for Social Security payments based on a disability that either does not exist or, at best, has been greatly exaggerated.

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Forfeiture: An Additional Consequence for Drug Crimes

While it oftentimes does not get as much press, in addition to other possible penalties, someone who is suspected of breaking Kentucky's drug laws also faces the prospect of what is called a civil forfeiture.

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What Can Happen if I Am Accused of DUI After a Fatal Crash?

A previous post talked about how a young man and one-time college student at a major Kentucky university is now facing serious charges in connection with a crash that left a four-year-old dead.

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Former College Student Now Facing Homicide Charges

An eighteen-year-old man who at one time was a student at the University of Kentucky has now been charged with reckless homicide. The charge comes months after the man allegedly struck and ultimately killed a four-year-old boy with a vehicle.

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