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09
NOV
2009

Kentucky Pedestrian Personal Injury Information

The State of Kentucky is not one of the safest places to walk around. As compared to other states that have more walkways and side pathways, Kentucky is not as well equiped to handle pedestrian traffic as are some other states. In a recent study of pedestrian safety, Kentucky was... Read More →
01
NOV
2009

Kentucky’s State Song

The State Song of Kentucky is “My Old Kentucky Home.” It was written by Stephen Collins Foster in 1850. It was officially declared Kentucky’s State Song in 1928. One of the most popular renditions is by singer Paul Robeson. Mr. Robeson was born in 1898 and was a... Read More →
26
OCT
2009

Kentucky Freedom of Speech

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights. The amendment prohibits, in part, making laws that infringe on the freedom of speech and religion. Recently, in 2006, the First Amendment rights of a fellow blogger were placed in jeopardy. A blogger, Mr.... Read More →
12
OCT
2009

Car Safety Tips by Local Louisville Attorney

One of the most basic safety tips that can be given to any driver is on how to become a better and safer driver by understanding the car’s blind spots. A blind spot is an area of the road that you cannot see while driving and looking forward that you need help with by utilizing... Read More →
06
OCT
2009

Louisville Overtime Laws

If you are an employee in downtown Louisville, you should speak to an overtime attorney to see if you are being paid correctly pursuant to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The FLSA is what governs an employer to pay an employee the correct wages and salary. If you work at the... Read More →
04
OCT
2009

Religious Discrimination in Kentucky

Religious discrimination unfortunately takes place every day all throughout the country. For example, recently in Washington, DC, a young high school track and field star who is of the Muslim faith was told that she had to remove her running outfit in that it consisted of a head... Read More →
01
OCT
2009

Kentucky Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a Federal law that grants an employee up to 12 weeks of unpaid time off from work if certain conditions are met. In order to prevail on an interference claim of FMLA, you must be able to establish that 1) you are an eligible employee... Read More →
01
OCT
2009

Kentucky Sexual Harassment in the year 2009

Sexual harassment in the workplace has evolved over the years. In the past, sexual harassment occurred when the boss said “sleep with me, or you don’t get the job”. Nowadays, it occurs via email, text, iming, or even on your Facebook web pages. If you are out on a business trip... Read More →
01
OCT
2009

Kentucky Pregnancy Discrimination Information

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) states that pregnancy discrimination filings are at an all time high. In 2007, the number of pregnancy discrimination filings were up 14 percent to 5,587. Also, the EEOC’s call center received over 20,000 calls regarding... Read More →
28
SEP
2009

Bulging Disk v. Herniated Disk in Kentucky Car Accident

A very common injury in a Kentucky car accident is a bulging disk or herniated disk. Though the two are similar, they are different. Your spine is made up of vertebrae and disks. The disks in between the vertebrae act as cushions. They help absorb the shocks of every day bending... Read More →