Sunday, June 24, 2007

Kentucky Rules On Solicitation

The horribly tragic accident at Six Flags in Kentucky will undoubtedly require the victim's family to obtain counsel to resolve the legal claims. Kentucky has a rule linked here that prohibits in-person solicitation of clients. Contact by mail with a prospective client is allowed. The immediate past president of the state bar or the bar's executive director may declare that there is a disaster situation. The disaster plan would not  appear to apply to a matter involving a single victim. (Mike Frisch)

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