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Personal Injury

October 10, 2019
Auto Accidents and Personal Injury Lawsuits

Poorly Maintained Roads, Accidents and You

October 7, 2019
Rainy highway

Danger! Rain Makes Slick Roads

January 25, 2019
Injuries from T-bone crash

T-Bone Crashes

T-Bone Crash, AKA Side Impact Collision Car Accidents Side impact vehicle collisions can cause catastrophic damage. This type of crash, also known as a T-bone, broadside […]
October 8, 2018
Central KY Car Wreck Lawyer

Driving While A Parent – AKA Distracted Driving

We at Hurst & Hurst want to do our part to help reduce injuries from auto accidents. There are a variety of different ways to be […]
May 24, 2018
Auto Accident Attorney Danville KY, car wreck pic

Reckless Drivers – What Duties Do Driver’s Have?

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
March 6, 2018
Car Wreck Lawyer

Concussion After A Car Wreck

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
August 17, 2017
Elements of a Negligence Claim KY

Breakdown Of A Negligence Claim

When a negligence claim is brought, the person who brings the suit (known as the Plaintiff) must show that the person being sued (known as the Defendant) was negligent. There are several elements of a negligence claim.
April 22, 2016
Auto Accident Attorney

Med Pay In KY

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.
February 3, 2016
Personal Injury Lawyer

KY No Fault And PIP Insurance

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.