With the school year finally winding down, parents won't be telling their kids to hurry up and finish breakfast so that they don't miss the school bus. For the next few months, the big yellow buses that are a staple on the roads nine months out of the year will be far scarcer.
For some Louisville residents, Memorial Day weekend will include taking a trip. Whether you plan to travel across town or across the country, being on the road during one of the busiest travel weekends of the year increases your chances of being involved in an accident.
If you get into an accident here in Louisville, you may experience significant pain and suffering as a consequence of another driver's negligence. As such, you may be able to file a personal injury claim for that pain and suffering.
Imagine driving through Louisville on your way to work when suddenly you are in a car accident. Someone has rear-ended you. Obviously, it's the other driver's fault and their insurance company will certainly pay for your injuries and the damages. Or will it?
If you are like many pet owners of companion animals, your cats and dogs are beloved and valued members of your family. You pride yourself on taking good care of them, getting them annual shots, grooming them and feeding them quality pet food and treats.
As Spring settles over Kentucky, it's time to once again return to the tasks of lawn maintenance. On any given weekend, you can hear the drone of lawn mowers floating out over each suburban neighborhood.