Our April 2020 Newsletter

by | Apr 9, 2020 | NEWSLETTER | 0 comments

“Every struggle is an opportunity in disguise.”

-John Adams

During this time of isolation and staying #safeathome I truly believe we all have opportunities disguised as inconvenience, discomfort, and disruption. I challenge each of you to grab hold of this forced discomfort, pain, and inconvenience and to find the opportunities in your struggles. I truly believe each of us can come out of this pandemic with more than just scars but with refreshed perspectives and improved habits.
I like how one of my favorite speakers, Eric Thomas, Ph. D., described the purpose of pain and struggles when he said, “God has a purpose for your pain, a reason for your struggles, and a reward for your faithfulness. Don’t give up.”
King Solomon knew that we should each stand guard at the gate of our mind because life flows from it. -Proverbs 4:23
If this is true then we all have opportunities right now to change how we think, how we interact with one another, and how we express ourselves to the world.
If you are interested in ways to plug yourself into more positive or useful messaging then I encourage you to try the Blinkist app to listen to books that interest you and videos with positive messaging like the following can be found on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26U_seo0a1g
Stay safe and be well, friends. We are all #TeamKentucky and we will get through these trying times together. 


Take care of yourself throughout this, body AND mind.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, when many are in lockdown or self-isolating, mental health could suffer. This article suggests some ways to stay healthy over this period. The COVID-19 pandemic is creating stress for the global population. Empty store shelves, fear about the disease and quarantine or self-isolation can negatively impact depression and anxiety.


Your Daily Dose of Cute Kiddos

Robert teaching Wyatt some different letters, while Yogi stands guard as Henry works on his handstand. 😎


Walking is great for working on form, getting basic exercise with less risk of injury, and to compliment any running plan! I’ve recently started to mix in walks with my runs and my body is appreciating it!

Many aspiring runners dismiss “walk” as a four-letter word, as if it’s cheating, quitting, or not really exercising. But walking is actually the ideal form of exercise for most people who are starting out. It’s free, and you can do it anytime in any place; no special skill, pricey membership, or equipment (except good shoes!)


What do you do if you are in a car accident during a pandemic? 😱

If you’ve been injured in a Kentucky car accident during the COVID-19 pandemic, then work with the injury firm that can keep you isolated and safe without compromising your health or insurance claim. We are equipped for and accustomed to working remotely with seriously injured Kentuckians from all over the commonwealth. Folks who take their health seriously contact our office (call, text, or Facebook message) after they have been injured in Kentucky for authentic advice, not a sales pitch, free claim evaluations, and professional guidance through the insurance and medical mazes. During this pandemic you may be tempted to skip the ER altogether after a car accident. If you do that then you are giving the insurance company the ability to deny your claim.

Instead, you should obtain treatment at a low-traffic trauma injury facility or receive medical care through video conferences and telemedicine? As an injury firm we can recommend trauma injury specialists and other care facilities who will do everything they can to help you get back to your best health and who are able to assess and treat you while keeping you safe from the COVID-19. This is only one of the many ways our team of injury professionals adds value to our clients while protecting their best interests and getting each client back to their best health and best life.

We help hurt Kentuckians every day; we speak insurance.


Oh yeah, one last thing…✊

Let’s get through this and refocus. #safeathome #togetherky

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