A tort or an intentional act arises when an individual has a clear intent to commit a wrongful act, which eventually results in personal injury. In most cases, it is not relevant whether the defendant intended to cause injury, or whether the injury sustained was more severe than... Read More →
According to personal injury attorney Andrew Alitowski, to make a successful case of negligence against the defendant, the victim must prove that the defendant owed a duty to exercise a reasonable level of care, such a duty was violated by the defendant, and that the personal... Read More →
Accidents involving cars and bicycles can result in serious personal injuries for the bicyclists, considering the size and weight of the car against a lightweight bicycle. It is important that both car drivers and bicyclists respect the presence of each other on the roads to... Read More →
Proximate Causes A proximate cause refers to the extent of responsibility that a defendant owes in a case of negligence. Responsibility of the defendant is restricted only to such outcomes that the defendant could have reasonably foreseen. If the victim has suffered personal... Read More →
Mediation Mediation is usually the least complicated legal alternative available to all parties involved in a personal injury dispute. But it is still wise to hire and be working with a Louisville personal injury attorney during this process since the outcome of this mediation... Read More →
The car accident attorneys of Law Offices of Andrew Alitowski, P.A. report on changes to Kentucky injury law on a regular basis. In March of 2011, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky decided a Kentucky car accident case. (See Auto-Owners... Read More →
Louisville personal injury attorneys see all kinds of injuries over years of litigating on behalf of their clients. The type and extent of one’s injuries is often a starting place for determining the dollar amount that will ultimately be sought. Soft-tissue injuries. These are... Read More →
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