Personal Injury

Enjoy the Holidays with Your Family— Not at the Hospital

The holiday season is a time for family and friends in Kentucky to gather and to enjoy one another’s company. Yet many activities that occur throughout the holiday season can  pose risks of personal injury to you, your children, and […]

Hoping for More Treats than Tricks this Halloween

Halloween is quickly approaching, which means that parents of young children are in the process of picking the scariest of costumes, stocking up on the candy and planning the best routes for trick-or-treating and other Halloween activities. Parents should consider […]

Falls from Ladders a Major Injury Risk as Holiday Season Approaches

You might not think that there would be a season of the year for fall injuries, but indeed there is. During autumn and the holidays, falls from ladders are more common, according to federal statistics. People are putting up holiday […]

Slip-And-Fall Accidents Are Common and Costly

As fall begins, it’s a good time to take stock of the steps your place of business should take to prevent winter hazards that lead to slip-and-fall accidents. Slip-and-fall accidents are among the most frequent causes of injury in the […]

Giving the Brain Some Help: Mobile Apps to Assist Brain Injury Victims

A head injury that damages functions of the brain – a traumatic brain injury or TBI – can leave the victim with lasting problems affecting memory, speech, cognition, emotions, social behavior and more. But as our computerized world mimics human […]

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