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Liability for Ridesharing Accidents: What You Need to Know

By John H. Ruby |

The popularity of ridesharing services, such as Lyft and Uber, has grown rapidly in recent years. These services offer a convenient travel alternative for tourists, students, commuters, those residing in the suburbs, and larger urban centers throughout Kentucky. The process of insurance coverage and accident claims can be significantly more complicated in a ridesharing… Read More »

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Is a Personal Injury Settlement Part of Marital Property in a Divorce?

By John H. Ruby |

Divorce case proceedings are often complex. This complexity increases even more when it is intertwined with a personal injury claim. If you are in the middle of a divorce but also expect a personal injury settlement award, you may be understandably concerned about your ex-partner’s entitlement to your settlement amount. It is natural to… Read More »

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Who Is At Fault For a Multi-Car Pileup?

By John H. Ruby |

When more than one passenger vehicle, motorcycle, or truck is involved in a crash, it is known as a multiple car accident, commonly called a multi-car pileup. It really doesn’t matter whether there is a three-car accident, a four-car accident, or more automobiles involved in the crash. It is still a multi-vehicle accident. There… Read More »

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Can My Personal Injury Case be Reopened After it Has Been Settled?

By John H. Ruby |

Personal injury settlements are meant to be absolute. If you and the defendant arrive at a settlement figure, you will likely sign a form that releases them or their insurance company from any future claims arising from the accident. Most insurers and defendants will not proceed with a settlement until the plaintiff has signed… Read More »

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What Happens to Your Retirement Account During a Divorce?

By John H. Ruby |

By starting to save early, many people can develop a substantial retirement asset pool that enables them to be financially secure and lead a comfortable lifestyle in their later years. In general, retirement accounts are a significant asset for married couples as they age. Thus, if a couple decides to get divorced, both parties… Read More »

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Playground Safety – Negligence on The Summer Playground

By John H. Ruby |

Nothing can bring parents more pleasure than to watch their kids happily run around on a playground, hearing their shrieks of joy while on slides and swing sets? However, as welcoming and appealing as they are, outdoor play areas present a serious risk to children of all age groups. There are various ways in… Read More »

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Resolving Business Disputes Resulting From COVID-19

By John H. Ruby |

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to insurance claims and coverage disputes, contract disputes, canceled projects, and supply chain disruptions, and these challenges continue to increase. Businesses that have suffered due to the coronavirus disruptions now have to navigate a new array of legal options, depending on their industry, financial state, and jurisdiction. At present,… Read More »

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What Happens If I Can’t Pay My Child Support Because Of COVID-19?

By John H. Ruby |

People who have suffered financial losses due to the coronavirus pandemic should check whether they qualify for financial assistance. If you get benefits and/or can defer your mortgage payments or rent, you might be in a position to pay child support. Individuals who qualify for benefits can inform the unemployment office about their child… Read More »

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The Coronavirus Has Shown the Importance of Estate Planning at Any Age

By John H. Ruby |

The Covid-19 pandemic hit us when it was least expected. The country was going through one of its best phases of growth, the economy had peaked and millions of new jobs were getting created every year, and even at a social and political level, the country was enjoying a period of relative peace and… Read More »

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How is COVID-19 Pandemic Affecting Parenting Plans?

By John H. Ruby |

While the novel coronavirus outbreak has had the most direct and devastating consequences for people’s health and the nation’s economy, it has also created some unique challenges for divorced parents. Some co-parents are anxious about their child’s well-being because they believe the custodial parent or their new partner may not be taking adequate precautions… Read More »