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Justice isn’t about the size of a case, but the results. As your personal injury attorney, we will aggressively seek full justice under the law.
When you’ve been hurt in an accident, you need a Louisville attorney with experience. We understand that you have questions about the worth of your insurance claim, and how long it will take to get what you deserve. We will give you straight, simple answers about out-of-pocket expenses, medical payments coverage, property damage, and lost wages, as well as assist you in completing necessary paperwork.
In all 50 states, motorists are required to stop when school bus lights are flashing. Unfortunately, this law is not always obeyed. Police officers throughout the country have found that drivers fail to obey this law, which may result in tragedy.
In the United States, more than 23 million children ride on school buses every day.
For most drivers, the highway is a means of getting from here to there, but for truck drivers, it is a route required for their jobs. When you’ve been injured in a truck accident, you aren’t just dealing with another driver; you are dealing with a driver and an entire trucking company.
After being hurt on the job, you may be worried about how you’re going to pay for your medical bills, and how you’re going to provide for your family. Workers’ compensation laws in Kentucky have been put into place to help protect workers, but it can sometimes be difficult to prove how and where your injury occurred. Our Louisville based workers’ compensation attorney will evaluate your case and fight to get the workers’ compensation benefits you deserve. If your claim for benefits has been denied or delayed, we can help. Don’t Delay After Your Injury After an injury, you should seek medical treatment and report your injury to your supervisor or manager as soon as possible. If you wait too long, crucial evidence for your claim may be lost. You must act quickly to preserve this evidence so we can build the strongest case possible for you. Don’t let another day go by without getting the help you need.
Factory and warehouse workers are at high risk of being injured on the job. Lifting, bending, and twisting are a routine part of these employees’ jobs — and they are a major cause of injury. If you have been hurt on the job at a warehouse, you are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits.
Construction sites are busy, chaotic places with numerous activities taking place at once. Multiple contractors and workers are likely to be on-site at the same time. With the hard labor involved and the busy atmosphere, it’s no wonder that construction site injuries are common.
Medical malpractice law is subject to legal principles and rules of procedure that differ from other areas of the law. If you believe you are a victim of medical malpractice/negligence, it is imperative that you consult an attorney with experience in this complex field of law so that you can be advised as to whether you have a case and if so how to proceed.
Below is a list of common examples where medical negligence may arise:
• The inappropriate intervention to address complications of labor and birth;
• Prescription errors;
• Hospital/emergency room negligence;
• Treatment delays;
• Misread x-rays/mammograms;
• Negligence in diagnosing/treating breast cancer;
• Plastic surgery malpractice;
• Dental malpractice;
• Pediatric malpractice;
• Anesthesia malpractice;
• Faulty blood transfusions;
• Amputation of the wrong limb;
• Removal of the incorrect organ.
We have the experience needed to work for you. If you have fallen and injured yourself, call today. You pay no fee unless we win or settle your case. Call for a free case evaluation.nnYour Louisville Attorneys have worked on cases, which have resulted in over $12,000,000 in verdicts and settlements during tenure at one of the oldest and most respected firms in Louisville, as well as the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Court costs and case expenses will be the responsibility of the client.
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