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SC: December 13, 2018 Decisions of the Supreme Court of Kentucky (Minutes)

A complete list of the minutes for — all published and non-published decisions (with direct links to their full text), attorney disciplinary matters (with links), and grants of discretionary review (no links) from this month’s Minutes of the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Kentucky Adopts Exoneration Rule

One issue that arises frequently is whether or not a criminal defendant must obtain a finding of actual innocence before he can sue trial counsel for legal malpractice. The Kentucky Supreme Court adopted the Exoneration Rule on December 13, 2018, … Continue reading

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Criminal Defense Attorneys in Northern Kentucky

This picture comes from an accident on I-75.   At least one of the drivers involved was suffering from road rage.  The results were not only physically injurious, they were also a financial disaster for someone.   This time of year we … Continue reading

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Medicaid update: CMS again approves Kentucky HEALTH Medicaid demonstration

On November 20, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) again approved the Kentucky HEALTH 1115 demonstration.  Kentucky HEALTH  was the first Section 1115 demonstration that CMS approved with a work and community engagement requirement as a condition … Continue reading

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Dangers of Understaffing in Kentucky Nursing Homes

Understaffing in Kentucky nursing homes can lead to neglect of residents, resulting in falls, bedsores, dehydration, or even death. Read more detail on Recent Injury and Accident Law posts –

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