The short answer is that Med Pay is a form of insurance that only pays for medical expenses resulting from injuries sustained in accident. In many states, Med Pay is incredibly important to those injured in auto accidents, but because Kentucky is what we call a PIP (Personal Injury Protection) state Med Pay is less important in car wreck litigation. The reason being that PIP will cover everything that Med Pay covers, but it will also cover lost wages.
In an effort to learn more about MAT, Attorneys Rebecca Hurst and Daniel Hurst attended a seminar called “Legal Advocacy and Suboxone” put on by the 50th Judicial Circuit Model Court which took place in Danville, Kentucky. The seminar was attended by Judges, prosecutors, lawyers, social workers and counselors wanting to learn more about the uses and effects of Suboxone; and better determine how Suboxone treatment will be treated in the legal system.
PIP stands for Personal Injury Protection, insurance companies offer PIP with all auto insurance polices sold in Kentucky. The purpose of PIP coverage is to pay the insured's bills and expenses if hurt in a car wreck regardless of fault.
Uninsured Motorist Coverage (UM) compensates you if the person that hit you in an auto accident doesn't have any insurance to cover your damages in Kentucky. If you do not have UM coverage , you should contact your insurance agent to look into adding that to your insurance policy
Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UIM) compensates you if the person that hit you in a car wreck doesn't have enough insurance to cover your damages in Kentucky. If you do not have UIM coverage , you should contact your insurance agent to look into adding that to your insurance policy
Social media posts can negatively affect basically all times of litigation, including personal injury cases, like auto accidents or wrongful death claims; criminal defense cases; and family law cases, like divorce or custody disputes.
The Statute of Limitations (SOL) is the time period in which a legal claim can be brought. SOL applies to both criminal and civil actions. The Statute of Limitations can run out and bar your legal claim from being brought to the court. Statute of Limitations are specific to the state where the legal claims arises.