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By Bob Young, Managing Partner


Bob Young

If you have been involved in an automobile, truck or any other kind of accident, it is very important not to delay your treatment. Doctors’ offices, clinics and hospitals are all operating under strict guidelines due to COVID-19, however many are adapting to get you the necessary treatment you need after an accident. Numerous medical practices are allowing telehealth appointments where they can conduct your visit online via webcam. It’s as simple as using your phone, smartphone or laptop with a shared link to conduct your exam.

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By Bob Young, Attorney
English, Lucas, Priest and Owsley, LLP

uninsured motorist insuranceEvery car owner in Kentucky is required to carry liability insurance on their automobile. Liability insurance means that if you are involved in an accident with another vehicle, and you are at fault, your insurance will pay for the damages to the other vehicle and for their injuries.

But what happens if you’re involved in an accident, it’s the other person’s fault and the other person isn’t carrying the required insurance? Or what if your injuries or your passenger’s injuries are greater than the coverage the other person is carrying?

If the at-fault drivers has no coverage, that would mean your own uninsured motorist insurance policy would pay the bills for your treatment and cover the pain and suffering for injuries suffered by you or anyone in your vehicle. If the at-fault driver does not have sufficient coverage, underinsured motorist coverage, again, on your own policy, would cover these bills and damages, to the extent the at-fault driver does not have adequate coverage.

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