Build Your Case With A Danville Personal Injury Lawyer
If you were hurt in an accident in Danville, you may be able to pursue compensation. You may recover various accident-related expenses, such as medical bills, lost wages, and more.
Our Danville personal injury lawyers at Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers can help. We can file your insurance claim or lawsuit. We also work on contingency, so you do not have to pay out of pocket to begin your case.
Our Lawyers Help Victims of Various Accidents
Our extensive practice areas allow us to advocate for many victims in Danville. We can help if you were involved in a:
- Car accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Bicycle accident
- Pedestrian accident
- Truck accident
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI) accident
- Dog bite
- Catastrophic injury accident
- Autonomous vehicle accident
- Rideshare accident
- Nursing home abuse and neglect accident
If you lost a loved one to an accident, we can also file a wrongful death claim or lawsuit.
Compensation Can Help You Put Your Life Back Together
Suffering injuries often leads to other losses. Along with medical care, you may have lost wages if your recovery kept you out of work. Various out-of-pocket accident-related expenses may also apply in your case.
Take a look at what you may stand to recover:
You may qualify to recover your current and future medical expenses. Current medical expenses may include:
- Ambulatory care
- Diagnostic testing
- Emergency room care
- Hospital stays
- Medical equipment
If your injuries lead to permanent impairment, you may require ongoing medical care, such as in-home aid. We can consult your doctors and other medical experts to determine how much this will cost.
Our aim is for you to suffer no further losses because of someone else’s negligence.
Awards for lost wages may include more than just your salary. You may also recoup lost bonuses, benefits, and paid time off from the weeks you missed. We can look at your wage statements and other documents to determine how much you should receive.
Reduced Earning Capacity
If you cannot return to work or perform the same duties as before your accident, you may receive reduced earning capacity. This damage makes up for the difference between your pre-injury income and what you can now earn.
We can consult economic experts to determine what you should receive if you suffered a permanent disability.
Pain and Suffering
A personal injury lawsuit or third-party claim also allows you to pursue awards for pain and suffering. This damage refers to your physical pain and emotional anguish resulting from your injuries. No one deserves to suffer due to someone else’s negligence.
We can apply a couple of different methods to add a dollar value to this damage.
We Can Identify the Liable Party and Take Action
Depending on the nature of your accident, it can be difficult to identify a liable party. In some cases, multiple parties share the blame, or an employer assumes responsibility vicariously.
We can help you identify whose insurer to file a claim with. We may also suggest holding them personally accountable with a lawsuit.
Take a look at the potentially liable parties.
If you had a car accident, you can pursue compensation through an insurance claim. If you suffered serious injuries, you may also be able to file a third-party liability claim against the other driver.
A Property Owner
If a hazardous condition caused you to slip and fall on someone’s property, you can pursue compensation from the premises owner. Our investigation may reveal that the owner failed to maintain their property or warn guests about a dangerous environment.
Whether you suffered a car accident or adverse drug reaction, a manufacturer may be liable. If a defective product, such as an airbag or a power tool, led to your injuries, we can go after the manufacturer. We may find that they engaged in:
- Negligent product design
- Negligent manufacturing
- Negligence marketing
We can work to hold even large, multi-million-dollar companies accountable for your losses.
You Can Afford to Hire Our Firm
With Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers, you can afford to hire a lawyer. We work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning we only accept payment from a potential settlement or verdict we secure on your behalf. We don’t charge upfront fees or costs to start your case.
We do this so we can advocate for victims and get to work as soon as possible. You can also rest assured we will work hard on your case.
Our Case Results Speak Volumes
Don’t take our word for it; our case results speak to our firm’s dedication to clients. Some of our victories include:
- A $10 million verdict for a semi-truck accident
- A $1.429 million settlement for a T-bone car accident
- A $4 million settlement for a product liability case
You can view more of our victories on our website.
You Have a Limited Time to File a Lawsuit in Boyle County
Act quickly because you only have so long to bring legal action against a liable party. Your statute of limitations also depends on the specific type of accident you suffered.
For example, Ky. Rev. Stat. § 304.39-230, the vehicle statute of limitations, only allows you two years from the date of the accident, victim’s death, or the last PIP payment. Ky. Rev. Stat. § 413.140(1) only gives you one year to file a personal injury lawsuit.
If you need to file a wrongful death lawsuit, you must do so within one year of your loved one’s death or appoint an estate representative or administrator, according to Ky. Rev. Stat. § 413.180. Missing these deadlines could result in the court dismissing your case. We can help you meet them, but we need to get to work right away.
Our Danville Personal Injury Attorneys Can Handle Your Case
You deserve to rest right now. Let our legal team handle your case. Call Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers at 1-800-800-8888. We can give you a free consultation.