With most accidents, it can be fairly easy to decide who exactly was negligent. Whether because of livestock crossing a road, a collision with a tractor or other instances. Farm accidents in Louisville are common and with the help of Schuler Law Office, you can get the compensation you deserve for your accident. Whether medical bills or lost income as a result of a livestock collision, we can represent you and protect your rights every step of the way.

What Are Some Common Farm Accidents?

Tractor overturns are the primary cause of farm accidents. Also, farm structures fall, whether from equipment, ladders, or grain bins are common too. Additionally, an individual can be seriously injured when entangled in a farm machine. Suffocated-related farm accidents also can occur too in an enclosed area with silo or manure gas too. In these cases, your injuries warrant a personal injury claim and compensation. Whether the manufacturer or a product or your employer is responsible is for us, the professionals, to figure out.

Kentucky statute of limitations law states that a lawsuit must be filed within two years of the date of the accident or injury. This means that the litigation process following farm accidents begins immediately in order for a professional Kentucky attorney to research the case, get all evidence together and prepare a defense.

Contact a Professional Personal Injury Attorney Today

With the help of Schuler Law Office, you can get the compensation you deserve as a result of farm accidents. We are experienced in these types of cases and can represent you the way that you deserve. Take the time to find an attorney that has experience with farm accidents and understands the laws associated with them. This helps to ensure you’re successful with your case.

We are ready to help you to recover the damages that you deserve as a result of your injury. You can trust that we will use every resource available in order to help you to seek the maximum damages entitled to you. We are honest with you about the challenges of your case and will always do our best to keep you informed throughout the entire process. It all starts with a free consultation where we discuss your case and determine the validity of your suit. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we are only paid when you are.

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