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Kentucky TARC Chief Resigns Over Sexual Harassment Allegations

TARC's executive director, Ferdinand Risco Jr., resigned abruptly on February 14th, 2020 amid claims of sexual harassment, inappropriate sexual conduct, and sexual quid pro quo. The allegations are under investigation by an outside agency as…
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Kentucky, What Legal Standards are Truck Drivers Expected to Follow?

Truck drivers are expected to follow very strict rules and regulations because of how damaging a truck accident can be. Despite these tight rulings, there are still a significant number of truck collisions every year. In Kentucky, over 160,000…
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Will blanket immunity be granted to Kentucky nursing homes for COVID-19 deaths?

A state of disaster emergency was declared by Kentucky’s Governor Beshear on March 6, 2020, addressing the public health emergency caused by the COVID-19 virus. As of April 24th, Kentucky has confirmed COVID-19 cases at 59 of its long-term…
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Can a Kentucky Business Owner Sue Their Insurer if the Company Denies Their Claim for COVID-19 Losses?

You can, but you better lawyer up if you want to stand a chance at winning.   Insurance companies across the U.S. are denying business interruption insurance claims and business owners aren’t happy about it. While most business owners…
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Kentucky unemployment system did not have the capacity to handle the coronavirus pandemic

The state of Kentucky is only able to process approximately 13,000 unemployment claims each day as their backlog of applications grows due to the coronavirus outbreak. Those who were financially affected by the outbreak experienced significant…