Why You Need to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer
After an accident, you may be contacted by insurance companies of the negligent party. You should never provide a statement until you have professional legal representation. You are under no obligation to talk to the insurance company for the other party, and in many instances, if the tables were turned, that person would have refused to talk to your insurance company in the same or similar circumstances. An insurance company will want to resolve your case with as little money as possible, in order for them to save on the resolution of the claim. A personal injury lawyer will know how to navigate these situations and can speak on your behalf to protect your legal rights. We have recovered countless dollars for our clients who deserve compensation for their injuries. Never wait to hire an attorney to represent you. You will need an attorney from the first day, never try to navigate these waters on your own. You will need guidance immediately after your injury to ensure the best possible outcome.
A personal injury lawyer will immediately begin to investigate your accident in order to determine the cause, collect evidence, and to identify who is liable. After being in an accident, make sure you seek medical attention and do not refuse medical attention if it is offered to you, such as at an accident scene or during an emergency. This is important for your livelihood, but also to get proof of your injuries which will be used later on in your personal injury lawsuit.
Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle
We handle a wide range of personal injury cases to clients in Kentucky and Virginia. Our team of experienced personal injury lawyers helps individuals who have been victims of auto accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, boat accidents, bicycle accidents, slip and fall accidents, pedestrian accidents, workers’ compensation, and much more. Our years of experience make us a great choice when you’re seeking professional legal representation to represent you today to help you receive the compensation that you deserve tomorrow.
Statute of Limitations
In the Commonwealth of Virginia and Commonwealth of Kentucky the statute of limitations is 2 years.