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What’s My Case Worth

How much is my case worth? That’s a question I am always asked and one that clients always want to know. How much an automobile accident case is worth is not an easy question to answer. Every case is different and there are many factors that determine the value of a car wreck case. The…

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Kentucky Senate Bill 100

In January 2020 the Kentucky Senate began debate on Senate Bill 100. This bill reduces the amounts an injured person may obtain for damages caused by the negligence of others. The Kentucky Justice Association is mounting a defense of your rights by opposing this bill which would essentially reverse a decision from the Highest Courts…

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4 ways retail workers can get hurt during the holidays

On behalf of The Law Office of Alan S. Rubin on Monday, October 29, 2018. You may dread the holiday season as a retail worker. Black Friday and the weeks leading up to Christmas can drain you. You may suffer mentally and physically as you strive to provide a welcoming environment for customers. Not only can the holidays…

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Workers’ compensation: Parents lack answers to son’s death

On behalf of The Law Office of Alan S. Rubin posted in worker’s compensation on Tuesday, November 20, 2018. The Kentucky Occupational and Safety Health office exists to enforce work safety regulations and to conduct investigations of workplace accidents, especially of accidents involving serious injuries and fatalities. Parents of a killed 17-year-old worker, along with a county prosecutor,…

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Workers’ compensation: March drowning investigation concluded

On behalf of The Law Office of Alan S. Rubin posted in workers’ compensation on Monday, December 3, 2018. The Kentucky Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program recently reported the conclusion of an investigation into the death of a patrol officer who drowned in March this year. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health says 12 to…

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Workers’ compensation: OSHA investigating construction accident

Alan S Rubin

On behalf of The Law Office of Alan S. Rubin posted in worker’s compensation on Monday, December 17, 2018. The ability to work and provide for oneself is something many of us never stop to think about. If a person suffers a loss of expected income for any reason, it can be devastating, especially if a workplace accident…

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Car accidents: Children injured at bus stops

Alan S Rubin

On behalf of The Law Office of Alan S. Rubin posted in car accidents on Thursday, November 8, 2018. School administrators and authorities have worked hard over the years to ensure the safety of children at school bus stops and when in route to school. Despite efforts and safety education, car accidents continue to occur at school bus stops,…

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