Category: Car Accidents

Kentucky Car Seat Laws

Car Accidents,Louisville | February 16, 2021

Correctly using a car seat can save a child’s life in an auto accident. Aside from being important for protecting a child from harm, car seats are also a requirement by law in Kentucky. Breaking Kentucky’s car seat laws could lead to a traffic ticket for the driver, serious or fatal injuries to the child,…

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How Do Insurance Companies Investigate a Car Accident?

Car Accidents | January 12, 2021

Getting into a car accident unlocks what can be a confusing and difficult process for anyone who does not work in the insurance industry. Filing an insurance claim is not as simple as it seems. The insurance company receiving your claim does a lot behind the scenes to evaluate your claim – including attempts to…

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What Compensation Can I Get After a Car Accident?

Car Accidents | November 18, 2020

A car accident in Kentucky can disrupt your life. You may suffer serious personal injuries that take you out of work and require thousands of dollars in medical treatments. A car accident could also damage or total your car. Filing an injury claim after a car accident could lead to reimbursement for your losses in…

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How Coronavirus is Affecting Car Accident Insurance Settlements

Blog,Car Accidents | April 8, 2020

As we are all now aware, state lawmakers have issued mandatory statewide orders to close non-essential businesses as a result oft he novel COVID-19 outbreak across the world. Essential businesses consist of service workers such as police officers, utility companies, hospital workers, EMS, and even grocery store workers. As a safety measure, residents are being…

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A 2018 guide for car accident victims

Blog,Car Accidents | May 24, 2018

WHAT TO DO AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT: A 2018 guide for car accident victims The Law Offices of Schachter, Hendy & Johnson believe it is necessary to inform the general public on what to do in case of a car accident. Our Louisville car accident lawyers have developed a 2018 guideline that maps out exactly…

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