What is Your Case Worth?
The value of your case depends on a variety of factors such as the circumstances of the accident, the other party, and the extent of your damages. We can help you determine what you may be able to claim such as:
Common injuries in an accident include traumatic brain injury (TBI), whiplash, concussions, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, or chest and abdominal injuries. The types of injuries lead to expensive medical procedures and treatment. You may be able to claim financial compensation for ER visits, hospital stay, medication, surgical procedures, rehabilitation, and related costs.
If you missed several days of work due to your injuries, you may also be able to claim lost pay or benefits. If you were hit by another car and it led to a disability, you may also be able to claim lost future earning capacity.
Not all losses that result from an auto accident are financial losses. For instance, you may be able to account for loss of consortium, loss of quality of life, wrongful death, pain and suffering, or emotional turmoil.
Although it is impossible to determine the exact value of your damages without thoroughly reviewing your case, we can help you determine what losses you may be able to claim. Our goal is to fight for a fair settlement that reflects the true value of your case.
How a Car Accident Attorney Can Help with Your Case
Navigating the legal system after an auto accident can be difficult for anyone. As your Louisville area personal injury law firm, our legal team is dedicated to helping you through your claim so that you don’t have to take on the insurance company alone. We provide valuable legal services such as:
- Obtaining evidence of fault and liability
- Establishing the value of your case
- Engaging with the insurance company on your behalf
- Fighting on your behalf to get the best possible settlement
- Interviewing eyewitnesses
- Managing the entire case from start to finish
When you have a legal team on your side, you have the leverage you need to strengthen your case and pursue full and fitting compensation.