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Personal Injury Practice Blog
An Attorney From the start
Stein Whatley sends at least one attorney to sign up your case, every time. An attorney needs to be present from the beginning. Why do we insist on sending an attorney when so many other firms send an intake “specialist” which is just a fancy way of saying “not an attorney?” Three Reasons First, we […]
Matt Stein Achieves Recertification In Civil Trial Law
ATTORNEY MATTHEW W. STEIN ACHIEVES RECERTIFICATION IN CIVIL TRIAL LAW WITH THE NATIONAL BOARD OF TRIAL ADVOCACY LOUISVILLE, KY: -The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) is pleased to announce that Matthew W. Stein of the law firm, Stein Whatley Attorneys, PLLC has successfully achieved recertification as a civil trial advocate. The NBTA was formed […]
What Does No-Fault Insurance Really Mean
No-Fault Insurance Explained If you live in Kentucky and have ever been in a car wreck or struck by a car you’ve probably heard that we are a “no-fault” state. But what does this really mean? The police report says someone is at fault. The insurance companies want to know who’s at fault, and everyone […]
Have You Been Injured by an Uninsured Driver? What Now?
Injured by an uninsured driver? Memorial Day Weekend is here in Kentuckiana. It’s a day to remember and honor the individuals that have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. It’s also a time when Kentuckians hit the open road to see family and friends. Therefore, the open roads aren’t so open with […]
Motorcycle Accidents on Memorial Day Weekend: Season for Motorcycles
Be careful of motorcycle accidents on Memorial Day weekend. It’s Memorial Day weekend in Kentucky! Time to drop the kids off at the pool, get ready for 3 months of 90-degree weather, and break out the motorcycle that’s been sitting in the garage. Thousands of Kentuckians enjoy the thrill of riding on the open road […]
BOATING SAFETY: Fun and Frolic Can Result in Injury and Death
Boating safety extends beyond the confines of the boat, jet ski or other watercraft people enjoy on Kentucky’s lakes, rivers and streams. Many people suffer severe, disabling injuries on boat docks, boat ramps and storage facilities from a wide variety of hazards, including entering/leaving the boat at the dock, putting in/taking out the boat on […]