Build Your Case With a Bardstown Personal Injury Lawyer
Accident injuries can keep you out of work and cost a fortune in medical bills. You may be struggling to keep your family afloat while you recover. If someone else was responsible for your accident, you can seek compensation through an insurance claim or lawsuit.
Our Bardstown personal injury lawyers can represent you and fight for what you deserve. You may recover awards for your medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. We handle personal injury cases on a contingency-fee basis, so we do not charge upfront fees or costs.
We Handle Various Types of Cases in Bardstown
Personal injury cases span a wide array of accidents. We aim to help victims of negligence, so we take on a variety of cases, including:
- Car/Auto (includes motorcycle, bicycle, etc.)
- Truck Accidents
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Dog Bites
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Autonomous Vehicle Accidents
- Rideshare Accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse Accidents
If you were hurt in any of these situations, we can help get to the bottom of what happened. We may also handle other types of cases, and we can discuss your specific situation during a free consultation.
You May Stand to Recover a Variety of Damages
Your potential compensation depends on your injuries and the losses they caused. When we account for your damages, we will leave no stone unturned. This enables us to seek fair compensation and prevent you from suffering further losses down the line.
Your injuries may have caused immediate losses. If you had to go to the emergency room, for example, you have already accumulated medical bills. You may have expenses from:
- Diagnostic testing
- Medical equipment
Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may have also had to miss work. You can seek compensation for your medical bills and lost wages.
We can communicate with your doctors and look into your wage statements to determine how much you stand to recover.
Your injuries may also warrant awards for future losses. For example, a permanent impairment can require treatment and rehabilitation for years. You may have to undergo physical therapy for the rest of your life.
You and your family don’t deserve to foot the bill for this expense. We can consult your doctors and other medical experts to understand what your ongoing recovery will cost.
You may also pursue reduced earning capacity if you cannot return to work. You can even seek this damage if you can only perform a portion of your previous duties. You may recoup the difference between your pre-injury income and what you can earn now.
You may also qualify for an award for non-economic losses if you file a lawsuit or third-party liability claim. We can use a couple of different methods to assign a dollar value to your pain and suffering.
If your injuries lead to a permanent disability, you may never be able to live the same way you once did. You may not be able to engage in the same hobbies, and you may need assistance with daily activities. If this is the case, you can seek damages for loss of quality of life.
We Can Handle Your Nelson County Case From Start to Finish
We can tackle the legal legwork while you rest and recover when you work with us. We can:
- Conduct an independent investigation
- Gather evidence, such as police reports, video surveillance, and eyewitness testimony
- Consult experts, such as accident reconstructionists, who can support your case
- File all the necessary paperwork for your claim or lawsuit
- Help you meet deadlines
- Negotiate a settlement
- Assess offers from insurers
- Represent you in a trial
Your case will not be overlooked when you work with Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers. We afford each of our clients personalized attention and tailor a legal strategy to meet their unique circumstances.
We can also keep you updated throughout the entire process so you don’t have to worry about what is happening with your case. You can call us at any time to ask questions.
You Have a Limited Time to Act
If you choose to file a lawsuit, you should be aware of the various statutes of limitations in Kentucky. If you fail to meet a deadline, you could lose your chance to hold a liable party accountable in court.
Keep the following deadlines in mind:
- Ky. Rev. Stat. § 304.39-230 generally gives you two years from the date of a car accident, a victim’s passing, or the last PIP payment to file a lawsuit.
- Ky. Rev. Stat. § 413.140(1) generally only gives you one year to file a personal injury lawsuit.
- Ky. Rev. Stat. § 413.180 generally only allows you one year to bring a wrongful death lawsuit. The deadline starts counting down from the date of your loved one’s passing or the appointment of the estate representative.
Keep in mind that we must have time to build your case. The sooner you call us, the better we can protect your rights to compensation. We can begin working on your case as soon as you complete your free, no-obligation consultation.
Our Bardstown Personal Injury Team Has Your Back
Whether you suffered injuries in a car accident or another incident, we are ready to help. Our legal team boasts more than 400 years of combined legal experience, and our attorneys are licensed in KY, IN, OH, NV, TX, and IL.
When you are healing from injuries, the last thing you need is to hassle with insurers or defense attorneys. We can handle all this for you. Call us as soon as possible at 1-800-800-8888. We can discuss your legal options and give you an idea of how our attorneys can help you.