Can I be found to have been partially at fault for my catastrophic injury?

In Kentucky, a jury is required to determine the faults of all parties. Kentucky is what is known as a "comparative fault" state, meaning that a jury can allocate fault to any party they deem either caused the accident or is responsible for the accident. It is our job as experienced trial attorneys to ensure that a jury does not allocate or put some percentage of fault on you.

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