Kentucky’s vehicle insurance system encourages the use of no-fault coverage. It helps if you have a minor accident, but if you’re more injured, you can file a lawsuit to recover your losses.
Negotiating a settlement or having your case decided at a trial is a decision you must make at some point. Most cases settle, but you may have valid reasons to go to trial.
A multi-vehicle accident can start with a commercial truck, or it could rear-end vehicles stopped because of a collision. Either way, Satterley & Kelley represents victims seeking compensation
Learn what to do if you were injured by a drunk driver. You may be entitled to compensation for medical bills and other expenses as well as pain and suffering.
Called dram shops, businesses with liquor licenses that over serve customers may be liable for drink driving accidents or other injuries. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
This article explores the legal and ethical implications of serving alcohol to a visibly intoxicated customer. Should the server have known? Find out here.
Learn how the Kentucky dram shop act works and how it can affect you and your loved ones. Get compensation for your injuries. Read more.
Read about dram shop verdicts with examples from Florida, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Texas. Speak with an experienced dram shop lawyer today.
Highway drivers in the Louisville area will continue to experience slowdowns and congestion attributed to a number of construction projects. With this disruption comes the critical reminder to drive safely in work zones. Several minor wrecks already have worsened traffic in these areas. Future incidents have the potential to cause harm to drivers, passengers and […]
Each year on Louisville streets and roads, there is an average of 6,600 injuries and 76 deaths. This raises a question: Where and when are you most likely to get in a motor vehicle crash on a Louisville-area road? The answer is 11 p.m. on a Saturday night in May or October, on Dixie Highway, […]