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Delayed Pain After an Accident

Being involved in an accident can be a difficult experience and may result in minor or severe injuries. Sometimes, the injuries and symptoms may be delayed or take several days, weeks, or even months to manifest. However, without proper treatment, such injuries may result in long-term pain and other health complications. An experienced Kentucky personal injury attorney can enlighten you about your options to seek damages for delayed pain after an accident.
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Do’s and Don’ts After an Injury

In 2020, there were over 100,000 car crashes in the state of Kentucky, according to the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety. Of these, 2,644 people sustained serious injuries. This data highlights just how common accidents are and how many people they can affect. If this were to happen to you or someone you love, would you know what to do?
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How Do You Know When to Contact a Personal Injury Law Firm?

According to data put out by the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, falls and motor vehicle crashes are consistently the top two most common reasons adults over the age of 18 visit the emergency room. And, when these injuries occur due to accidents that weren’t your fault, you may be able to bring a personal injury claim against the at-fault party.
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Who Has to Pay the Kids’ College Tuition After a Divorce?

Divorce is never an easy time for either spouse, but if there are children involved, then issues of child support and custodial/visitation arrangements have to be made. If the parents can work together on an agreement and submit it to the court, this can save a lot of the tension and trauma of waiting on a judge’s ruling to determine who gets the children and who pays support and how much.
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Pitfalls of Self-Represented Divorces

Divorce, or what is legally known as dissolution of marriage, is no fault in Kentucky, which means one partner need only claim irreconcilable differences and then file a Petition for Dissolution with the courts. Your partner is then served with notice of your filing, and he or she can choose to respond and fight the pending action, or do nothing and let the court rule based on the original petition.
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How Does Remarriage Affect My Divorce?

Fewer couples are getting divorced in Kentucky. There has been a 25% drop in divorce since 2009. There has been an even larger decline in the number of marriages in the state. The state has experienced a 34% decrease in that category.
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Finding Hidden Income & Assets

In a Kentucky divorce, the couples are often required to divide their marital/community property –assets and property acquired during the couple's marriage – between both parties equitably and fairly.
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Dispelling Business Formation Myths

At Caleb Bland Law, PLLC, we have the resources to guide clients in business formation-related matters. Our knowledgeable lawyers are available to discuss your unique situation, help address your questions and concerns, and provide you with the legal tools you need to start off your company on the right foundation. We're proud to represent business owners throughout Elizabethtown, Louisville, Shepherdsville, Grayson County, and Jefferson County, Kentucky.
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