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When Does It Make Sense NOT to Hire an Attorney for a Car Accident Claim?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

We’ve all seen outrageous television ads or billboards for personal injury lawyers. The way these ads paint it, every single car accident has the potential for a million-dollar settlement—all you have to do is contact an attorney. As most of us know, that’s just not how it works. Personal injury claims aren’t a way… Read More »

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What Percentage of Car Accidents Are Caused by Human Error?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

No one wants to accept blame in a car crash. They’ll point at the slick conditions of the road, their slow-acting brakes, or unclear signs. But in most cases, collisions come down to human error. If you’ve been injured in a traffic accident, it’s important to learn more about your legal options right away…. Read More »

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Can Returning to Work Too Soon Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

After you have suffered a personal injury, every single decision you make seems to have a ton of consequences. Pushing yourself in physical therapy might help you recover more quickly, but it could also harm your recovery if you go too far. On top of that, it could damage your personal injury claim. When… Read More »


Tampering with Physical Evidence

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

Kentucky law prohibits tampering with physical evidence.  Tampering with physical evidence is considered to be a type of obstruction of justice.  A tampering charge is a felony offense that is treated very seriously by prosecutors and police because the existence and integrity of physical evidence is essential to securing a criminal conviction.  A felony… Read More »

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What Happens If You Are Involved in a Crash with a Company Vehicle?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

Driving a company vehicle lets you keep your own car’s mileage low, benefit from company insurance, and otherwise separate your professional and personal life. But what happens when you’re involved in a crash while driving the company car? It’s important to know what to expect, how you’ll be affected, and what you need to… Read More »

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Delayed Injuries from a Car Accident

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

If you get through your car accident and don’t immediately notice any bleeding wounds or broken bones, you may breathe a sigh of relief and think that you’re free and clear. However, the symptoms of many serious car injuries do not always show up right away. They may not appear for hours or days,… Read More »

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Liability for Ridesharing Accidents: What You Need to Know

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

Uber, Lyft, and other ridesharing apps certainly have their benefits. They make it easier to avoid drinking and driving, since many people shy away from the high costs associated with taxis and the annoyance of calling and setting up a ride. They are also very cost-efficient, providing individuals an inexpensive way to get around… Read More »

Contempt of court


By Ron Aslam Law Office |

Often people hear the term, “contempt of court” and wonder what that means in relation to a legal proceeding.  Contempt of court is a serious matter that, depending on the circumstances, could jeopardize your case or subject you to fines or even jail time! If you have been threatened with charge of contempt of… Read More »

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Can My Personal Injury Case Be Reopened After It Has Been Settled?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

Personal injury claims are complicated, especially for those who have never had legal issues before. That’s why so many people end up in a situation where they’re wondering if they can reopen their case. Perhaps they took the first offer given by the insurance company, signed the waiver of liability, and accepted the payment…. Read More »

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What is a bill of particulars in a Kentucky criminal case?

By Ron Aslam Law Office |

When a person is charged with a crime, the prosecution is only required to notify the defendant in the indictment that he or she is accused of committing a specific offense.  This type of notification can be as general as “Mr. Smith murdered Mr. Jones.”  Kentucky law places the burden upon the defendant to… Read More »