Unfortunately, injuries can happen to anyone, including children. When a child gets hurt, it can be devastating, and figuring out what to do can be overwhelming. Like any serious injury, injuries to minor children can result in huge medical bills. Sometimes parents have to miss work to take care of an injured child, creating even […]
Your day starts like many other days before it. You drop the kids off at school, head to work – and then the unexpected happens. You are involved in a car accident. It isn’t your fault, but now it is your decision where to go from here.If you decide to proceed without a lawyer, you […]
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In the practice of law, we routinely deal with documents that must be signed and sometimes notarized. We have long had the ability to forward documents by text or e-mail for electronic signature.
The 3rd Annual Rockin’ Trick or Treat will be better than ever at our new location, Bowling Green Ballpark. Trick or Treat where the Hot Rods play. Workers’ Compensation Claims Can Be Difficult to Understand When you are hurt at work, the last thing you want to deal with is a lot of legal jargon. […]
SKyPAC Curtains Up Arts Education Program The Curtains Up program at SKyPAC offers K-12 schools within our 10 county service area in South Central Kentucky the opportunity to apply for free rental space and equipment usage in one three performance venues. Schools can choose from the SKyPAC’s main hall, Carol Wedge Studio Theater at SKyPAC, […]
Juror Selection – How Is A Jury Chosen? Did you ever wonder how your name popped up for jury duty? In Kentucky, if you have been summoned to jury duty, your name was pulled at random from a list of prospective jurors kept in Frankfort. How did you get on that list? The list of […]
Jury duty, which court, and why does it matter? Part 2 of a 3 Part Series on Kentucky Jury Duty. When you are summoned for jury duty, you will serve in one of three courts. Each court handles different matters, selects a different number of jurors, and varies in the length of the proceeding. I […]
The Basics of Jury Duty in Kentucky Part 1 of 3 Recently I was called to jury duty for the first time. If you are a resident over the age of 18, have a valid driver’s license, are registered to vote, or have filled a Kentucky individual tax return you are a potential juror. The […]