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29
MAR
2011

Know your Jefferson County personal injury lawyers intentions

It is always recommended that you first examine how a Jefferson County personal injury attorney will most likely proceed, before litigation, in the average personal injury action. By understanding these procedures you will become a more informed and helpful client, better able to... Read More →
28
MAR
2011

How much is my personal injury case worth?

Among the first questions a client usually asks a personal injury attorney is “How much do you think my case is worth?” Unfortunately, this is an unanswerable question and you should probably be wary of any attorney who answers it with a precise figure or makes... Read More →
22
MAR
2011

What does assumption of risk mean in personal injury cases?

In the article what is negligence, we explained that fundamental differences in our age and/or ability may classify unequally for purposes of determining liability in a Louisville personal injury lawsuit. In most cases, if you have knowingly and voluntarily assumed the risk... Read More →
18
MAR
2011

How many personal injury cases are filed each year?

Louisville personal injury attorneys know better that anyone that the most common types of litigation handled by our civil court system has to do with personal injury. Only seven hundred thousand accident cases were filed a year in federal and state courts 25 years ago while... Read More →
18
NOV
2010

Personal Injury Slip and Fall Case – Louisville, Kentucky

In September of 2010, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky heard a case involving a woman who slip and fell and suffered injuries from that fall. The case is Karrer v. Mac’s Convenience Stores, LLC, 2010 W 3781711 (W.D.Ky.)). In Karrer the facts... Read More →
06
NOV
2010

Former Employee Sues Alleging Race Discrimination, Hostile Work Environment and Retaliation.

In August of 2010, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky decided a case regarding a former Lexington, Kentucky employee who sued his former employer alleging race discrimination, hostile work environment and retaliation. (See Meads v. Dixie... Read More →
02
NOV
2010

Regional Rehab Director Sues Alleging Age Discrimination and Retaliation.

In September of 2010, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit heard a case involving a Regional Rehab Director who claimed he was fired due to his age and retaliated against. (See Eades v. Brookdale Senior Living, inc., 2010 WL 3927240 (C.A.6 (Tenn))). In Eades,... Read More →
31
OCT
2010

Age Discrimination, Retaliation and Hostile Work Environment Case.

In August of 2010, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit heard a case involving an electric power board employee who claimed he was fired due to his age and retaliated against and worked in a hostile work environment. (See Love v. Electric Power Board of... Read More →
27
OCT
2010

Federal Civilian Employee Brings Race Discrimination, Retaliation and Hostile Work Environment Lawsuit.

In July of 2009, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit decided a case where the Plaintiff alleged race discrimination, retaliation, and hostile work environment. (See Batuyong v. Gates, 337 Fed Appx 451 (C.A.6 (Ohio))). In Batuyong, the Plaintiff had requested... Read More →
26
OCT
2010

Motorcycle Accident Case Where Employee Was Killed.

In July of 2008, the Court of Appeals in Ohio heard a case that involved a motorcycle accident where the driver of the motorcycle crashed and was subsequently killed. (See Keating v. Classic East, Inc., 2008 WL 2875715 (Ohio App. 11 Dist.)). In Keating, the Plaintiff was riding a... Read More →