Personal Injury Lawyer Training

Hurst & Hurst Attended Personal Injury Lawyer Training

The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst Law attended personal injury lawyer training in Nashville, TN. The Kentucky Justice Association, hosted the continuing legal education seminar in TN. The Kentucky Justice Association is a professional organization devoted to protecting plaintiff’s right to trial. As well as helping provide better legal representation to Kentucky.

The training was part of the KJA’s annual convention, which took place in lovely Nashville, TN.  The event’s location allowed lawyers from all across the State to strengthen relationships. And take in some of the wonderful sights Nashville has to offer. Continue reading

Car Wreck Dos & Don’ts

What Should You Do If You Have Been In An Auto Accident In Kentucky?

Here are some of the dos and don’ts after you or someone you love has been in an auto accident.

DOs

1) If the accident just occurred, check for any injuries then move away from potential hazards. If anyone has been injured, no matter how slight—call 911.

2) Once police or emergency personal have secured the scene request a copy of the accident report or the report citation number. If you are unable to obtain a report at the scene write down every police department, fire department, emergency medical service, or private ambulance company that responded to the accident. These reports may contain opinions or information proving who was at fault.

3) Document the accident by immediately taking notes of what happened. List as many details as possible, for example; what street you and the other driver were on, what direction and how fast Continue reading

Footing The Bill

Who Actually Pays for Injuries Sustained in an Auto Accident?

In most cases the compensation for a driver injured in an auto accident is actually going to be paid by an insurance company.  Insurance law comprises an entire semester long course in most law schools and can be very confusing, but the most important thing to know about insurance in Kentucky is the state minimum car insurance standard.

Kentucky Minimum Auto Insurance Coverage Requirements

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