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Lemonade for a Purpose

Crocker Law Firm’s “Lemonade for a Purpose” at Hot Rods games will be set up during Friday and Saturday games this season, with proceeds on Friday nights going to Down Syndrome of South Central Kentucky and benefiting the Boys to Men Leadership Group of Kentucky on Saturdays.

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What the Heck is No-Fault Insurance?

Kentucky is one of twelve states that have “no-fault” car insurance. The proper name for this coverage in Kentucky, by statute, is basic reparations benefits coverage, or BRB.

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What to Do After a Car Accident

each year an estimated six million accidents occur in the United States. Approximately 75 percent of these accidents will cause injuries that require medical attention.

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You Can Afford a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have an injury claim after a car accident, you can hire a lawyer without having to pay any money before your case is resolved. Most personal injury lawyers charge a contingency fee, meaning the fee depends on the outcome.

What our clients are saying

Personal Injury Attorney, Cyndi Crocker, talks with a male client and his son after a car accident

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