Does It Matter Who Caused My Work Injury?

A male patient being observed my a male doctor for a work injury to his back.

Does It Matter Who Caused My Work Injury? At Crocker Law Firm, we represent people who are badly injured while working.  A common question is whether it matters that no one is to blame for the injury. If a person lifts equipment from an assembly line and hurts their back, can they still qualify for […]

PIP Benefits for Wrongful Death

Closeup of a person writing on a notepad while another person leans forward. Wrongful death can often lead to a need for therapy for family members.

PIP Benefits for Wrongful Death It is important to know all the insurance benefits that are available when someone is injured, or even killed, in a car wreck. The Kentucky Motor Vehicle Reparations Act (MVRA), KRS 304.39 provides for basic reparations benefits, also called Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits or No-Fault benefits.  Most often, these […]

Do I Have the Right of Way?

A photo of a traffic roundabout, which is often a confusing place to figure right of way for drivers.

Who Has the Right of Way? Whether you are driving, walking, or riding a bike, you share the roadways with others. Kentucky laws help direct travel on or near the roads. Understanding who has the right of way can reduce your risk of an accident. Under Kentucky law, you have the right of way if […]

Driver and Pedestrian Duties

Illustration of a motor vehicle turning and a pedestrian woman walking across a street.

Driver and Pedestrian Duties All states, including Kentucky and Tennessee, want to keep their citizens safe. Therefore, every state has laws that specify the legal duties for pedestrians and drivers using roadways. These duties apply to all drivers and all pedestrians. The purpose of legal duties is to decrease the risk of injuries involving pedestrian […]

Changes to Driver’s License Renewal Announced for Kentuckians

Template of new driver's license in kentucky.

Changes to Driver’s License Renewal Announced for Kentuckians By June 30, 2022, Kentucky residents will no longer be able to renew or obtain a driver’s license from their local circuit court clerk’s office. Instead, Kentuckians will be required to either renew online or go in-person to a regional Kentucky Transportation Cabinet office. Of 18 regional […]