Imagine driving through Louisville on your way to work. With only one more block to go, your day takes an unexpected turn and you end up in a car wreck. Since you have car insurance, you expect your insurance company to meet its obligations according to your policy. Most people have this expectation, but some insurance companies do everything they can to avoid upholding their end of the bargain.
Everybody in Kentucky has had a bad interaction with another person at one time or another in their lives. You might think that these incidents -- particularly with so-called bullies -- should stop when we enter into adulthood. However, it seems that being an adult does not protect us from becoming a bully victim.
Sports have traditionally provided talented kids with a ticket out of town. Having the chance to parlay their prowess at football and other contact sports into a free education and a shot at playing pro ball is the best opportunity that many young athletes will have.
Suppose you are a young mother shopping in the local big-box retail giant with your toddler and preschooler. You're trying to find the perfect Halloween costumes for both of them to wear when they go trick-or-treating around the neighborhood next month.
Are you as good as your word? Can people count on you to come through with what you promised to do? That's a sign of a reliable and faithful friend, part of what makes someone a solid citizen who has — and has earned — the respect of others.
There's still a lot of summer left for kids to cram as much fun as possible into the long, hot days. It's quite likely that your child will be invited to birthday parties or other festivities where one of the attractions is a "bounce house."
Last week, we addressed the many different ways in which insurance companies try to sidestep payouts on legitimate losses and damages incurred by their very own customers.