A severe injury can result in lost time from work, ongoing medical expenses, permanent disability, and other losses that can significantly affect the rest of a victim’s life. Our library articles guide injury victims through their claims, helping them understand their liability, learn how to gather evidence, and navigate the complexities of a personal injury case.
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Uninsured Motorist (UM) Benefits May Be Recovered In Work Death Kentucky Court of Appeals Rules In State Farm v. Slusher The importance of uninsured motorist (UM) coverage is shown in this case, State Farm v. Slusher, where the Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled that the family of a man killed in a work accident could recover UM benefits.
Remedies For Injured Workers Denied Workers Compensation Benefits Robert L. Abell, Lexington, Kentucky workers compensation lawyer, tells how injured workers fraudulently denied workers compensation benefits may pursue remedies under federal racketeering law.
Injured Workers May Pursue a Civil RICO Claim Based On An Enterprise Denying Them Workers' Compensation Benefits (published in The Advocate by the Kentucky Justice Association) Robert L. Abell, Lexington, Kentucky workers compensation lawyer, discusses how injured workers fraudulently denied workers compensation benefits can pursue remedies under the federal racketeering law.
What are the Insurance companies' "Tricks of the Trade?" The American Association for Justice (AAJ) has followed up its report The Ten Worst Insurance Companies in America; How They Raise Premiums, Deny Claims, and Refuse Insurance to Those Who Need It Most with a further report, this one detailing the insurance companies' most common ways and means to keep from paying claims.