Our February 2020 Newsletter

by | Feb 11, 2020 | NEWSLETTER | 0 comments

How goes the beginning of your 2020, friends?

I recently was distinguished as a Top 10 Under 40 Personal Injury Attorney by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys! 

But I still think they’re short-changing me, folks.

I’m definitely a Top 10 Under Dead Personal Injury Lawyer! Fight me! 🤨 🥊 😆

I hope your year has been off to a wonderful start! Be Well!

By the way, check out our new informational flyer below (click to download the PDF) featuring our 4 Promises of Excellence to Injured Kentuckians:


Did you know running is not only good for your heart and general health, but that it actually can make one smarter by enhancing brain connectivity? This means that running long-distances improves executive functions such as planning, awareness, multitasking, learning, and memory tasks. WOAH! As if making us smarter isn’t enough, running also improves mood (and can even treat anxiety and depression), sleep, overall mental focus, and can help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Check out this article on the neuroscience of running and don’t ever stop improving:

It may seem obvious – as you push on through a long run, veering wildly between sensations of agony and elation – that running can have a huge effect on your state of mind.

I run for my health first, but my friends, family, and clients all benefit from my increased clarity, memory, and focus!

#stillrunning #keepgoing #myrichmond


Your Daily Dose of Cute Kiddos

There is a lot of stress to owning and operating your own business. Running helps to cope with that stress, but being able to occasionally work from home so I can also spend quality time with my little men makes it worth it tenfold! 


A little legal advice from your neighborhood personal injury lawyer!

A lawyer is a good lawyer for whatever you need right? Hmm, not exactly. No more than a doctor is a good doctor for whatever you need. Good luck getting the best treatment for your broken hand from the neurosurgeon. They probably know some general information to treat your hand, but you wouldn’t do that.


Habits are everything. When you replace a bad habit with a good habit, try it three times and notice how much easier it is to practice the third time compared with the first time. Whether you’ve been hurt recently or not, get to your best health by replacing bad habits with healthy habits.

We help hurt Kentuckians every day; we speak insurance.


Oh yeah, one last thing…✊

At some point we define ourselves a certain way to create our identity. The truth is we can continue to define ourselves; we don’t ever have to stop. If you have a weakness or a bad habit, start talking about it as though you believe you can improve, and speak of that negative thing in the past tense. Talk about yourself positively. Don’t nail yourself to the cross of an old definition that may not even be YOUR definition. If you’ve been learning then recreate yourself; improve. Keep defining yourself. 

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