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Author Archives: Edward A. Brutscher
It’s that time of year again. Holiday shopping is in full swing. And while many people now shop online, stores and shopping malls are still America’s destination during the holidays. As anyone holiday shopper can tell you, driving and parking … Continue reading
Take a good look at Mr. Empty Pockets. He doesn’t have money to buy insurance for his car. That doesn’t stop Mr. Empty Pockets from driving, however. He drives his car all over town without a care in the world. … Continue reading
What goes down, must come up! Someone was in too big of a hurry to get to the pool. The car jumped the concrete curb stop and went through the fence and over the wall. Fortunately, no one was injured … Continue reading
Photos of an SUV after it crashed onto a Pool Deck.
It Can Be A Scary Place To Find Yourself After An Accident. Most people recognize The Upside Down as the alternate Universe in Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things. However, in the world of car accidents it’s an actual place you … Continue reading
Discussion on exactly what Kentucky’s No Fault Act means. Continue reading
Independence Day is right around the corner. It’s a time for celebrating our country’s independence with burgers and dogs, ice cream, games and, of course, fireworks. Children and adults love fireworks, and they can certainly add a “wow” factor to … Continue reading
You recently received a package from the court by certified mail, or worse, delivered by the Sheriff. You open the package to discover it is a court issued summons identifying you as a party in a lawsuit. The summons says … Continue reading
Discussion regarding buying boat insurance and the coverages you should select to protect you in the event of a boating accident. Continue reading