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April 6, 2014
Bankruptcy Attorney

Automatic Stay In Bankruptcy

How can I stop a foreclosure or repossession in Kentucky through filing for bankruptcy and getting an automatic stay
April 3, 2014
Danville, KY Bankruptcy Attorney

Filling For Bankrutpcy

The process of filing for bankruptcy is complex and mistakes can result in serious penalties. To file for bankruptcy in Kentucky a petition for bankruptcy has to be submitted along with several schedules that lay out your assets and liabilities. A bankruptcy attorney can help you file more easily and without negative consequences.
March 29, 2014
car wreck lawyer danville ky

Footing The Bill

You have just been injured in a car wreck; not only do you have to deal with the damage to yourself and your vehicle. You're worried about how this is going to get paid for. Experienced Auto Accident Attorneys at Hurst & Hurst explain what happens after a wreck & who's responsible for those costs. Call (859)209-2101.
March 27, 2014
Testing instruments for medical marijuana in KY

Medical Marijuana Trials In KY

A proposed bill would allow for and fund clinical trials to research medical marijuana in the State of Kentucky
March 21, 2014
KY proposed bill

Going For Two In KY

A bill passed the Kentucky State Senate Tuesday which would allow a person to run for more than one elected position on the same ballot
March 20, 2014
Hurst & Hurst at the regional chamber event

Regional Event Attendance

The regional chamber of commerce event for Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln and Mercer Counties in Kentucky was attended by the law firm of Hurst & Hurst Law
March 18, 2014
Time frame to file for a workers' compensation claim in kentucky

How Long To File KY Workers’ Comp Claim?

Workers' Compensation Statute of Limitation in Kentucky is controlled by KRS 342.185. KRS 342.185 sets the Statute of Limitations for a Workers’ Compensation Claim at two (2) years of the date of that injury or the date of the last voluntary
March 17, 2014
Clock face representing the statute of limitations running out

Statute Of Limitations In KY

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.
March 15, 2014
Hurst & Hurst attorneys at Lincoln County event

Lincoln County Amish Auction

The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst attended the local Lincoln county Amish auction this March of 2014, which took place near Crab Orchard, KY.