Kentucky Dog Bite Lawyer

Five Options to Pay for Your Medical Bills After a Dog Bite in Kentucky

You can be bitten by a dog anywhere at any time — while jogging in the morning, returning home from work, or even going for a walk in the park. Regardless of whether you know the owner or not, you should not be the one who pays for your medical bills associated with the dog bite. A Lexington dog bite attorney can guide you through the legal process after a dog attack in Lexington or other parts of Kentucky. Below we will review the options that you may have to cover your medical expenses [...]

Caring for a Dog Bite

How to Care for a Dog Bite

Dogs are often called man’s best friend, but they are not always friendly. Many people are scared of dogs for one reason or another. Maybe they were bitten as a child. Maybe they just never got into liking animals. The truth is, anyone can be the victim of a dog bite at any time. If you have been the victim of a dog bite, you need to know how to care for it so the injury does not get worse. That is why the team from the Roberts Law Firm has put together the tips in this post for caring for [...]

Kentucky Dog Bites Basics

Back to the Basics – Kentucky Dog Bites

Per studies, there are about 500,000 dog bites annually in the United States. These dog bites can be serious, or even fatal. In the year 2015 alone, there were 34 United States dog bite fatalities! What is noteworthy is that pit bulls contributed to 82 percent, or 28, of those fatalities. This is true despite them being regulated in Military Housing areas and over 700 United States cities. If you suffer a dog bite injury from another person’s dog, it is important that you hire an attorney [...]

Kentucky Pure Comparative Negligence

Pure Comparative Fault in Kentucky

Have you recently been in a car accident here in Kentucky? Are you afraid that you are not entitled to damages because you were partially at fault? This would be true in some states, namely: North Carolina, Alabama, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. In these states, even if the injured party (“Plaintiff”) was one percent at fault, he will most likely not be entitled to any damages! Nevertheless, and thankfully, this is not the law in Kentucky. Here in Kentucky, your degree of [...]

Kentucky Dog Attacks

What to Do When Suffering Injuries from Dog Attack

Being attacked by a dog or multiple dogs is a calamity that could happen to anyone if he or she walks past a residence or business entity where the dog(s) is not controlled by his or her owner(s). Below is an instance where the victim was not even walking past a dangerous animal in another person’s premises, but was attacked in her own yard! Dog attack in Franklin County According to news reports, on April 27, 2014, a 39 year old woman from Flat Creek Road in Franklin County, was attacked [...]