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How to Report Neglect at a Daycare Center

Published on Sep 17, 2020 at 7:55 pm in Personal Injury.

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When you can’t watch your child because you have work or other commitments, it’s likely you’ll choose to send your child to daycare. It can be hard to find the right facility to trust with the care of your child even though there are regulations to ensure proper care. Daycare centers in Kentucky fall under legislation that requires them to be safe for children and treated properly.

Unfortunately, not all facilities follow those rules and regulations. In 2018, 50 children were found to be abused or neglected in Kentucky daycare facilities. While that might sound like a small number compared to the over 30,000 children in daycare in our state, even one instance of abuse or neglect is too many.

When Can a Broken Bone Be a Sign of a More Serious Injury?

Published on May 14, 2020 at 6:09 pm in Personal Injury.

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A broken bone is an injury that causes pain and requires plenty of attention on its own. When there is a more serious injury that either caused or was caused by the bone fracture, though, there can be even more pain and recovery time to handle. Since there are over one million bone fractures every year in our country, it’s important for you to know what else the break could mean.

At Golden Law Office, we understand that a broken bone can cause more problems than just pain. Unexpected medical bills, lost wages, and the emotional toll can put a strain on your life and relationships just as much as the physical pain. Our experienced lawyers in Lexington are prepared to fight for you and help you get back to your normal life.

What Qualifies as a Personal Injury in Kentucky?

Published on Oct 24, 2019 at 1:00 pm in Personal Injury.

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If you’ve been injured in an accident you believe was caused by someone else’s actions, you may have grounds to file a personal injury claim. Understanding what qualifies as a personal injury in Kentucky is the first step to determining if you have a valid claim. The lawyers from Golden Law Office can examine your situation and help you determine how to proceed.

What Qualifies as a Permanent Injury in Kentucky?

Published on Sep 12, 2019 at 1:28 pm in Personal Injury.

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There are a number of uncertainties that coincide with an accident. The most pressing is often when you’ll be able to return to your normal way of life. Unfortunately, some accidents result in catastrophic or permanent injuries. When this is the case, it’s important for personal injury victims to know that they have options when it comes to paying for medical bills and handling the significant changes they’re facing.

In Kentucky, accident victims have the right to seek compensation for their injuries. If the injury is considered permanent, which impacts a person’s ability to return to work, the compensation they’re eligible for could cover medical expenses, the future cost of care, and more.

Understanding what qualifies as a personal injury in Kentucky is important if you’re seeking compensation for one. Our lawyers can explain the relevant laws to you and help you build a claim, so you can move forward.

How Are Lifelong Injuries Handled in a Personal Injury Settlement?

Published on Jul 25, 2019 at 1:49 pm in Personal Injury.

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Personal injury lawsuits can be complicated. When a lifelong injury is added into the mix, determining the settlement can become even more of a challenge. If you’ve been permanently injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you deserve full and fair compensation that will allow you to live as comfortably as possible. Part of handling lifelong injuries in a personal injury settlement involves understanding how injuries are classified.

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