Anyone can make injury claims as long as he has certain information about the subject in question. However, it is very important to know exactly when the claim should be filed. Many people lost all their right to receive compensation just because they delayed making the claim. Having proper information, each claimant should know when it is the right time for him to make the claim. In some cases the claim has to be filed immediately after the car accident occur and in other cases it has to be made as soon as the victim becomes aware of the injuries caused. Nobody should wait to make a claim because it may be too late in order to be taken for granted.
There are cases when the injuries caused by a car accident are to be shown much later after the unfortunate event. This is a reason why when someone wants to make a claim he has to analyze very carefully the things he asks for. It may be very hard for a claimant to prove that the injuries were caused during a particular incident and not later and with other occasions. Therefore, it is best to evaluate the damages by …
People may have the impression that they know all about accidents and accident claims, but they may be surprised to find out that there are a lot of hidden things about them. Even if they take all the precaution measures, they can still face such an unfortunate event. In order to know what there is to be done in case of a misfortune, they need to gain much information on this subject. Whenever such evidence isn’t enough, they may be put in the position of losing money and also their health condition.
It is a very common fact for a person to decide to enjoy a wonderful holiday abroad. He cannot prevent things from happening, but at least he can be prepared in case an accident occurs. So it is recommended that the one who travels abroad to know the laws they practice there and also their language. As it is impossible for us to know how to speak every language in this world, we should at least know one person to whom we can turn to in case of unfortunate events. It can be very frustrating to have to prove your innocence to someone that doesn’t speak your language.…
Frankfort, KY. (September 3, 2016) – Attorney General Ben Chandler was joined by representatives of law enforcement agencies today to announce the arrest of 22 individuals charged with various crimes connected to identity theft, all of which are felonies.
The announcement coincides with National Consumer Protection Week (February 2-8), which focuses on information security. Roberta Bottom, a U.S. Postal Inspector, participated in the event and listed ways to prevent identity theft.
The individuals arrested are charged with creating and/or supplying forms of fraudulent personal identification, such as driver’s licenses, social security cards, and immigration cards, to be sold.
The arrests follow a four-month investigation in Fayette and Boone counties by several authorities including the Lexington Police Department, United States Secret Service, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Social Security Administration, Boone County Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky State Police, Erlanger Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Defense, and the Office of the Attorney General.
During the investigation, numerous fraudulent documents and document blanks, cash, narcotics, and weapons were seized.
“Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the nation, and became the number one consumer complaint in 2002, ” said Chandler. “Complaints about identity theft have reached 6,000 a day, which is …
Attorney General Ben Chandler today announced a final resolution with Bristol – Myers Squibb Company that would settle a multistate antitrust lawsuit involving the cancer-fighting drug, Taxol.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky, in conjunction with 49 other states and U.S. territories, will recover $55 million to settle the states’ claims for damages, penalties and individual consumer compensation. In addition, Bristol-Myers Squibb has agreed to provide free quantities of Taxol worth approximately $7.5 million, to approved health care facilities, provided recipients meet certain eligibility requirements.
“This is a significant victory for the Commonwealth. This settlement will help to compensate consumers, as well as the Kentucky Medicaid Program, who overpaid for this drug,” said Attorney General Ben Chandler.
Kentucky, along with 31 other states sued BMS on June 4th, 2002 alleging the company violated antitrust laws by engaging in an illegal scheme to protect its monopoly for the cancer-fighting drug Taxol and keep lower-priced generic drugs off the market. Seventeen additional states have joined the settlement. Bristol- Myers Squibb has also agreed to strong injunctive relief for ten years to prevent it from engaging in such anti-competitive conduct in the future.
The settlement was filed today with U.S. Federal District Court Judge Emmet …
Attorney General Ben Chandler today announced that Kentucky’s Medicaid program will recoup nearly $10 million dollars from a settlement with two major drug manufacturers—GlaxoSmithKline and Bayer Corporation—for violating the federal Medicaid drug rebate law.
The settlement, involving 48 states and the District of Columbia, yielded nearly $330 million dollars total, and is the largest Medicaid fraud case in history. Medicaid is the federal/state health care insurance program that provides health care coverage for the indigent. Kentucky’s Medicaid program, financed with 75% federal and 25% state tax dollars, costs about 3 billion dollars a year.
“Enforcing laws that protect the Medicaid program has and continues to be a priority for my office. This historic agreement is a major accomplishment in that effort, and I am pleased we could recoup these funds at a time when Medicaid is in such desperate need,” said Ben Chandler.
Chandler said the investigation of Bayer and GlaxoSmithKline was initiated after a whistleblower complaint was filed against Bayer in February, 2000. The investigation later expanded to GlaxoSmithKline, and revealed that the drug companies sold several heavily prescribed medications, including Paxil, Flonase, and Cipro to several large Health Maintenance Organizations at deeply discounted prices, repackaging the drugs under …