• Aug 07, 2018

Each year, workplace accidents injure hundreds of thousands of American workers, resulting in trips to the hospital and even death. Fortunately, Kentucky requires that employers have workers’ compensation insurance. At Harville Law, we receive many questions, and one of the most common is, “What is workers’ compensation insurance?” Read on…

  • Aug 07, 2018

Having a company car is a great perk. You can drive around without having to put any miles on your own personal vehicle. However, it is just as easy to get into an accident while driving your company car as when driving your own. So, what happens after a car…

  • Aug 06, 2018

Workers’ compensation benefits are a lifeline for workers injured on the job. Due to this, the vast majority of Kentucky workers should receive coverage from their employer’s policy and can draw benefits if they suffer an injury or illness because of work-related duties. So, what does workers’ comp cover? Workers’…

As you research what to do after a motor vehicle accident, you likely will encounter the words “no fault state.” More specifically, if your accident was in Kentucky, you are likely wondering how the words apply to you. Is Kentucky a No Fault State? The answer is yes. Kentucky is…

Each year, thousands of families across Kentucky are affected by workplace accidents. According to the most recent federal government data, approximately 40,000 job-related injuries are reported in Kentucky on an annual basis. A workplace accident can be incredibly disruptive: injured workers may end up with stacks of medical bills and…

Car accidents remain one of the leading causes of unintentional injuries in Kentucky. According to data provided by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, more than 670 people were killed in highway accidents in the Commonwealth in 2014. Many more people throughout Kentucky suffered serious injuries. In the modern world, employees are…

A car crash can cause injuries that can take weeks or months to recover from. Broken bones, back injuries, and head trauma may require surgery and other medical treatments that prevent you from returning to work right away. So when should you return to work after an accident? The next…