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September 29, 2020
Knowing how to get a car accident police report can help you with your claim. Anyone involved in a vehicle accident in Kentucky, should be sure to contact the police immediately to file an accident report called the Kent...
August 03, 2020
After a car crash, one of the first things that will need to be determined is who caused it. How do you determine who is at fault in a car accident? Depending on the accident, it might be quite obvious. In other cases, t...