Our McCreary County personal injury lawyers at Baird, Blevins, & Lowe Law Offices, PLLC, can help. We provide high-quality, experienced legal services at reasonable prices for injured victims and their families.
Some of the steps that we take to protect your right to fair compensation for your injury claim include:
Investigating the cause of the accident
Obtaining copies of accident reports and police reports
Taking statements from eyewitnesses
Searching for video evidence of the accident
Gathering other evidence to prove fault and liability
Documenting your damages
Working with your medical providers to obtain evidence of injuries
Identifying liable parties and insurance providers
Filing claims with insurance companies
Calculating the value of your damages
Preparing a settlement demand package
Negotiating a settlement agreement
Filing a personal injury lawsuit, when necessary
Because our Whitley City personal injury lawyers are talented and skilled negotiators, most personal injury cases can be resolved without going to court. However, our lawyers are also aggressive, experienced trial attorneys who are prepared to take the case to court, if it means protecting your best interests.
Do I Need a Pine Knot Personal Injury for My Accident Claim?
You are not required to hire a McCreary County personal injury lawyer to handle your claim, but that does not mean you will not benefit from the experience, resources and knowledge of an experienced personal injury lawyer. Our Whitley City personal injury lawyers have substantial experience handling different types of accident cases, and we have successfully settled cases with large insurance companies and corporations.
The insurance company has a team of professionals working to find a way to deny your accident claim or pay as little as possible to settle your injury claim. This can be intimidating without a trained legal professional on your side. However, with our attorneys, you will have nothing to fear. We will deal with everything for you, taking the legal stress off of your shoulders, and demand the maximum compensation for your injuries.
What Should I Do After an Accident?
If you are involved in an accident, report the accident to the police by calling 911. Stay at the crash scene until the police arrive. Do not discuss the accident with anyone other than the police. When talking to the police, avoid apologizing for the accident or taking the blame for the cause of the crash.
Seek prompt medical attention for your injuries. Insurance companies use delays in medical care to argue that the accident did not cause your injuries.
Whenever possible, make a video of the accident scene and take pictures. Make sure to include the vehicles and the surrounding area. You should also keep copies of all documents you receive regarding the accident or your injuries.
As soon as you can, contact our office to discuss your case with an attorney.
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