Labor Day is one of the most celebrated holidays in the United States. For many it is the last real weekend of summer; others see it as a gateway to the holiday season. However,you look at it, Labor Day is also the holiday that has the most accidents associated with it, both in and out of vehicles. Please remember this Labor Day Weekend there will be a LOT of motorists on the roadways, both impaired and distracted.Below are some tips for being safe this Labor Day weekend and avoiding car accidents and common mishaps of the holiday. So be safe and have a wonderful Labor Day weekend.
Every driver owes a duty to act reasonably while driving. Failure to do so can cause property damage, lost wages, physical injury, pain & suffering, and even death. If you have questions about an auto accident, or whether you could recover fro another driver's failure to act appropriately contact Hurst & Hurst at (859)209-2101 for a free consultation
Many people don't know or understand who a trustee is or what there purpose is in a bankruptcy. The simplest answer, is a bankruptcy trustee manages your bankruptcy estate. If you have questions about filing bankruptcy contact us at (859)209-2101 to set up a free consultation with our bankruptcy attorney at Hurst & Hurst Law.
Concussions after a car wreck are common. However, recognizing the signs & symptoms of a concussion can be difficult. Following a car accident, if you have a concussion you should seek medical treatment then speak with an experienced car wreck lawyer at Hurst & Hurst by calling (859)209-2101
The lawyers of Hurst & Hurst attended the chamber event hosted by the Mercer County Chamber of Commerce this week in Harrodsburg, KY at Economic Alliance and the Olde Town Distillery building. The wonderful event had BBQ, tastings, and tours of the distillery and building. The event was attended by chamber members from neighboring counties, including Boyle, Garrard, and Lincoln.
In Kentucky, once a couple has divorced, who can claim the child for tax purposes is determined by IRS standards. However, if a parent can prove that awarding them the exemption contrary to IRS standards will actually benefit the child, the trial court can award it to the non-eligible parent.