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Bell County, Kentucky Personal Injury Attorneys

If you are injured in an accident, turn to the Bell County, KY personal injury lawyers of Baird, Blevins, & Lowe Law Offices, PLLC, for help. We are passionate about helping injured victims get the compensation they deserve to continue to heal and recover after a tragic accident or injury.

If you have questions about a personal injury case, Social Security Disability, or workers’ compensation, contact our office to schedule a free consultation with one of our Pineville and Middlesboro personal injury lawyers.

We offer reasonable fees because we believe everyone should have access to experienced legal counsel in their time of need. Let us explain how we can help you with your case during your free case review.

How Can Our Middlesboro and Pineville Personal Injury Lawyers Help You?

When you are injured or unable to work, our lawyers can take the burden of dealing with an insurance company or the Social Security Administration off your shoulders.

We have a team of legal professionals who handle every aspect of your personal injury claim. You do not need to worry about anything except healing from your injuries and taking care of your family.

During your case, we will:

  • Investigate the accident or incident that led to your injury or disability
  • Obtain copies of accident reports, police reports, and injury reports
  • Work with your physicians to determine the extent of your injuries and gather evidence to document your injuries
  • Search for eyewitnesses, video evidence, and photographs of the accident scene
  • Identify the parties who are liable for your injuries and damages
  • File insurance claims and handle all communications with the insurance company
  • Document your damages and calculate the maximum value of your personal injury claim
  • Prepare a detailed settlement demand package for the insurance company
  • Negotiate a settlement agreement for your injury claim
  • Monitor deadlines for filing claims and lawsuits
  • Prepare and file appeals and personal injury lawsuits, if necessary

During your case, our team keeps you informed about the progress and status of your claim. We are here for you when you have concerns or questions about your case.

How Much Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

When another party injures you, Kentucky personal injury laws permit you to recover compensation for your economic damages and non-economic damages. The amount you can recover for your personal injury claim depends on several factors.

Factors that can impact the amount of compensation you might receive for a claim include:

  • The steps that you took immediately following your accident or injury
  • The type and extent of your injuries, including whether you sustained a permanent impairment or disability
  • The amount of your financial damages
  • Whether you could be partially at fault for the cause of the accident or your injury
  • The availability of insurance coverage for your claim

Hiring a Bell County personal injury lawyer can give you a better chance of recovering full compensation for your personal injury claim. Our experienced lawyers understand personal injury laws in Bell County, Kentucky. We also understand how to document and value damages to increase the value of your claim.

Insurance companies may take your personal injury claim more seriously when you hire a Middlesboro personal injury lawyer. The company knows that you are serious about pursuing the matter to court, if necessary, to receive fair compensation for your damages.

Damages in a personal injury case might include:

  • The cost of diagnosing and treating your injuries
  • Therapy for your injuries, including physical, speech, occupational, and vocational therapies
  • The cost of personal care or in-home health care
  • Loss of income, including wages, benefits, salaries, bonuses, commissions, and other forms of income
  • Permanent impairments, disabilities, scarring, and disfigurement
  • Decreases in earning capacity because of a disabling condition
  • Mental, physical, and emotional pain and suffering
  • Loss of quality of life and enjoyment of life
  • Other out-of-pocket expenses related to the accident or your injuries

Documenting your damages is a crucial step in recovering the compensation you deserve. Our legal staff works with you and your physicians to obtain the evidence necessary to prove the full extent of your physical injuries, emotional distress, pain, and financial losses.

What Should I Do After an Accident or Injury?

Seeking immediate medical care is one of the most important things you can do after an injury. You need to protect your health, but you also need to document your injuries for a personal injury claim.

Seeking experienced legal counsel is the second most important thing you can do to protect yourself after an accident. Our lawyers can help you avoid some of the common mistakes people make that jeopardize their ability to recover compensation.

The sooner we can begin working on your case, the sooner we can gather evidence proving fault and liability. Some evidence could be destroyed or disappear. We want to secure that evidence to build a strong case against the party who caused your injuries.

Contact Our Bell County Personal Injury Lawyers for a Free Case Review

Let our experienced personal injury lawyers help you get the money you need and deserve after an injury or accident. We use a team approach to ensure that we do everything within our power to achieve the best possible outcome for you. You have the full resources, skills, and knowledge of an entire law firm working on your behalf.

At Baird, Blevins, & Lowe Law Offices, PLLC, we believe that our clients deserve to be treated fairly and with respect. We demand that from our staff and the parties that caused our clients’ injuries, suffering, and damages.

Call Baird, Blevins, & Lowe Law Offices, PLLC, to schedule your free consultation to discuss how our Kentucky personal injury lawyers can help you. We handle cases in Middlesboro, Pineville, and throughout Bell County, KY.