Starting a medical malpractice lawsuit requires thoughtful communication. It's important to work through the right legal channels, often with your lawyer's help, to maintain privacy and strategic planning.
Divorce can be emotionally draining, and the added pressure of figuring out how to finance your children's education only adds to the stress. It's a concern that weighs heavily on the minds of many parents going through a divorce. But know that you're not alone in this. At The Berger Firm, we have helped numerous clients in similar situations, and we're here to help you too.
Divorces can present complex challenges on different fronts, depending on factors such as the length of the union, the assets and debts accrued while together, and whether there are any children involved. If there are children, then custody and child support come to the forefront and can prove to be quite contentious.
When you are involved in an accident and file a personal injury claim, the insurance company will usually assign a claims adjuster to your case. One of the routine questions an insurance adjuster asks a claimant when processing their claim is, “Do you have any pre-existing medical conditions?”
If you are divorcing later in life, you might be wondering what unique issues you may face. A family law attorney can guide you through your options and help you to make the best decisions. If you are contemplating or going through a late-in-life divorce, call us at The Berger Firm in Covington, Kentucky.
So, you've found yourself in a situation where infidelity has shaken your marriage to the core. It's never an easy topic to discuss, let alone go through. The good news is that you're not alone. According to the American Psychological Association, infidelity accounts for up to 40% of all divorces. Nevertheless, you're likely wondering how your actions or your spouse's infidelity will affect your divorce proceedings.
Saving for retirement remains a crucial financial goal for many individuals and families. Some couples may even decide to maximize their retirement savings by adding each other as beneficiaries or contributing to their partner’s IRA.
Every year, many Kentucky residents are injured or killed in hit-and-runs. Getting injured in any form of accident can be an overwhelming experience. Your situation can become even more complicated and traumatic if the driver flees the accident scene without providing any assistance or identification information.