How Personal Injury Law Firms Are Leveraging AI to Increase Case Value and Take on Insurance Companies

In the ever-evolving legal services landscape, personal injury law firms are at the forefront of adopting cutting-edge technologies to enhance their operations and outcomes. One such technological advancement that has garnered significant attention is artificial intelligence (AI). By leveraging AI, personal injury law firms increase case value and effectively challenge insurance companies. This article…

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Understanding Kentucky’s Occupational Safety and Health Laws in Wrongful Death Claims

Some professions are inherently dangerous, and many employers, whether inadvertently or deliberately, do not adhere to safety protocols or provide their employees with the necessary safety equipment. Workers can rely on the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) when any safety issues arise. Since 1970, OSHA has enforced worker health and safety rights….

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Louisville Car Accident Statistics and Trends

Navigating the roadways of Louisville, Kentucky, can be challenging, especially with the bustling city traffic and sometimes unpredictable weather conditions. Understanding the statistics and trends surrounding car accidents in this area is crucial for both local drivers and policymakers in their efforts to improve road safety. This article delves into the numbers behind the…

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Know Your Civil Rights

Police are intended to serve, protect, and uphold their duties with civilians at all times, regardless if it is during an arrest or not. Unfortunately, there are more and more incidents where officers fail to maintain suspects’, or other civilians’, civil rights.

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What’s Happened Since Ta’Naesha Chappell?

What’s Happened Since Ta’Naesha Chappell? July 16th marks one year since her passing due to gross negligence. The story continues…

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Two Years Since Breonna Taylor

It has been two years since Breonna Taylor was killed by LMPD Officers. The actions of LMPD in procuring the warrant, planning for the raid and executing the raid were reckless. The cover-ups that followed were obvious. The actions of the Kentucky Attorney General were a cowardly sell-out with a politically based agenda.

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