Tag: Medical Error Attorneys in Kentucky

How Coronavirus is Affecting Car Accident Insurance Settlements

Automobile accident,Blog | 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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Recent Study Reveals Toxin in Juul Pods Known to Cause Long-Term Lung Damage

Blog | February 13, 2020

The infamous electronic cigarette products made by Juul were put into a study at Harvard University. The study concluded that Juul pods contain a microbial toxin that can cause long-term lung damage. The researchers from Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health found that out of the 54 Juul pods they analyzed, 46% had detectable…

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VAPING UPDATE: Death Toll Continue to Climb Amid FDA Warnings

Blog | January 13, 2020

Vaping has become a widespread trend, particularly among teens and young crowds. With the astounding increase of e-cigarette and vaping product use comes concerning statistics. The most recent statistics reveal that American vaping-related deaths has risen to 33 nationwide. In the last 6 months alone, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has “linked vaping…

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Congress is Raising the Legal Age to Buy Vaping Products from 18 to 21

Blog | January 3, 2020

The House of Representatives passed a $1.4 trillion spending package of which includes prohibiting the sales of cigarettes, vape pens, cigars, and any other tobacco products to customers under the age of 21. The legislation is now on its way to the Senate, where it’s expected to have President Donald Trump sign it into law….

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Ronald Johnson Represents the Bullitt County Board of Education in Vape Case

Blog | December 9, 2019

Earlier this month The Bullitt County Board of Education filed a lawsuit against Juul, making them the first district in the state to go after the vape manufacturer. HJVE partner Ronald Johnson will be representing the school district in the case. Ronald Johnson told the Courier-Journal, The Bullitt County Board of Education “has shown that…

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With Pressure from Lawsuit, Kroger Announces Firearm Ban

Blog | September 4, 2019

In October 2018, Gregory Alan Bush open fired in a Kroger store in Louisville, Kentucky killing two people. One of the victims was Maurice Stallard, a 69-year-old man who was school shopping with his grandson at the time of the shooting. With the help of Ron Johnson, attorney here at Hendy Johnson Vaughn Emery, the…

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How HJVE Law Can Help with Birth Injury Cases

Blog | June 10, 2019

Injuries during birth can happen for a variety of reasons. When the injury is a result of medical malpractice, negligence or careless mistake by the healthcare provider, you have the right to hold them accountable. At HJVE, we represent both the mother and/or child. We focus on several different birth injuries including the following: Swelling…

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Traumatic Stress Disorder is Real and Often Overlooked

Blog | February 20, 2019

Our own Jay Vaughn recently published an article about post-traumatic stress disorder in The Advocate – Kentucky Justice Association. In the article, Jay explains PTSD, why it’s often overlooked and what attorneys can do. Take a look at this excerpt: We are all accustomed to cases in which our clients have been seriously injured or…

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