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Accident on New Cut Road south in front of Iroquois Park. Right lane blocked.
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Category Archives: insurance
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
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 regarding buying boat insurance and the coverages you should select to protect you in the event of a boating accident. Continue reading
Article discussing the insurance consequences of loaning a car to someone who is involved in an accident. Continue reading
Statistics show men are worse drivers than women. Continue reading
Smaller cars tend to be in more car accidents leading to larger insurance premiums. Continue reading
Discussion of why your Kentucky accident attorney should know insurance law. Continue reading
Discussion concerning minimum insurance coverages in Kentucky and why minimum liability car insurance may not be enough. Continue reading
Discussion of exactly what is meant by “full” coverage and the important coverages which might be left out. Continue reading