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COVID-19 Resources

LMICK Office Information

Effective Monday, March 23, 2020, Lawyers Mutual of Kentucky is closed until it is safe to resume in-office operations. Please know that even though the office is closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we will be working remotely to take care of your insurance needs. It is best to contact us via the “contact” link on the website. Depending on the nature of your inquiry, your message will be directed to the appropriate person who will respond accordingly.  Alternatively, you can e-mail us at a new general mailbox at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. If you need to forward claims documents, renewal applications or other materials, you will need to use the general mailbox.  Again, the appropriate person will receive your message and respond as necessary. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any inquiry, whether about claims, renewals, quotes, premiums, etc. We will do our best to answer your question and give you some guidance in this most uncertain of times. Remember that our website and social media platforms are resources for additional information from LMICK. You will likely receive another LMICK Minute or two in the coming days and weeks. Please stay well and take care of yourselves and your practices.

Supreme Court suspends in-person services at court facilities, requires court proceedings to be conducted remotely through May 1

APRIL 1, 2020

In anticipation of a surge in COVID-19 cases, the Supreme Court issued new amendments today that strengthen the social-distancing order that has been in place in courts statewide since March 16. The order restricts dockets, jury trials and jury service during the pandemic.

Deadline for Reporting Continuing Legal Education Activities

APRIL 1, 2020

On March 6, 2020, Governor Beshear entered Executive Order 2020-215 and declared a State of Emergency in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency in the Commonwealth. To stop the spread of COVID-19, the Governor and public health officials have encouraged Kentuckians to stay home, limit in-person contact, practice social distancing, and avoid crowds. In light of these measures and to protect the health and safety of court employees, elected officials, and the general public, the Supreme Court of Kentucky has entered several administrative orders restricting court services and limiting in-person proceedings.

Supreme Court issues new amendments to order limiting in-person court proceedings, extends restrictions to April 24

MARCH 26, 2020

The Supreme Court has approved additional amendments to its administrative order restricting dockets, jury trials and jury service during the pandemic. The new amendments included in Supreme Court Administrative Order 2020-13, dated March 26, 2020, are:

Inquiry Commission Extends Deadlines in Attorney Disciplinary Matters

MARCH 24, 2020

In accordance with Supreme Court Orders 2020-8 and 2020-9 issued March 12 and 13, 2020, respectively, and with the approval of the Court, the Inquiry Commission has extended deadlines for thirty days from March 17, 2020 in attorney disciplinary matters over which it has jurisdiction pursuant to SCR 3.

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