If you suffer an injury at work in Kentucky, you may want to file a claim with workers' compensation. This is insurance your employer carries for the specific reason of covering employee injuries. You may get money and other benefits by making a claim, especially if your injury is severe enough to cause you to take time off work. However, before you can get any benefits, you have to file your claim.
No matter how long ago or recent it was when you and your spouse exchanged vows, chances are, you've experienced a variety of emotions in your relationship since then. Every couple has good days and bad days. Life situations can greatly affect how you and your spouse are getting along. If you have financial trouble, someone gets sick or a crisis event occurs, it can place a heavy strain on your relationship. In fact, there are certain issues that, if left unresolved, often lead to divorce.
Breaking one of your bones is serious business. Some bone breakages are minor enough to require moderate medical care and recovery, but the worst kinds of bone breaks can be very painful and life threatening. It is helpful to understand what can cause the most damaging bone breakages so you know what to expect when you go to a Kentucky hospital for treatment.
It is very common to drive over the posted speed limit on Kentucky roadways. Drivers do it every day. It is something society does not look down on. If you get a speeding ticket, nobody really says anything. While it is breaking the law, people do not consider it in the same way they consider other crimes. However, speeding is incredibly dangerous and puts everyone on the road at risk.
At Hensley Law Office, PSC., we have noticed that Kentucky divorces rarely happen in a vacuum. Usually, couples find that the increased stress of an unforeseen circumstance, such as a financial problem or a disagreement on child rearing technique, may contribute to the dissolution of a marriage.
Discussions about personal injury often involve the subject of pain and suffering. While pain and suffering can take many forms, generally it refers to both the physical and emotional distress a person suffers as the result of an injury. Some people may wonder if, in the event they are hurt on a Kentucky jobsite, workers’ compensation would cover their pain and suffering.