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Consortium Letters

Have you ever heard of the phrase – “loss of consortium?” As defined by Kentucky law it means “the right to the services, assistance, aid, society, companionship and conjugal relationship between husband and wife or wife and husband.”

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In today’s world, where health insurance is expensive and does not provide the benefits it used to provide, many people are avoiding medical treatment and go to google and search their condition to find out available treatment options. I have had a client that did this when she fractured her wrist. You need a medical professional to see your actual ...

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It is important for all accident victims to know when their claim expires; this is known in the legal community as a statute of limitations. In the event of a motor vehicle accident in Louisville, Lexington, Covington or any other city in Kentucky, Kentucky law (KRS 304.39-230(6)) states that a motor vehicle accident victim’s claim expires 2 years from the ...

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If you are involved in a car accident and the other driver does not provide their insurance information to you at the scene of your accident and the police report does not have this information, how do you find out if they have insurance? In Kentucky, the police report will provide the name of the auto insurance company for all ...

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