Seeking Justice for Kentucky Injury Victims
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The repercussions of an accident can be far reaching. Whether you have been involved in a car accident or you have been involved in a workplace incident, the damages can include minimal scrapes or bruises, or in the most severe cases, thousands of dollars in property damage and even more expensive medical bills. It is in your greatest hour of need that our firm stands ready to advocate on behalf of your rights to ensure that the wrongs that have been done to you are rectified.
If you are in need of assistance in your personal injury matters, obtain a Kentucky personal injury attorney you can trust. Kirk Law Firm, PLLC has been an established law firm in Kentucky since 1971! Our Kentucky personal injury lawyers have been fully dedicated to serving the needs of injured victims of negligence for decades.
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Areas of Practice
Don't settle with insurance! We may be able to help you get up to 3.5x more the payout for cases involving:
- Car Accidents
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Truck Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Defective Products
- Workers’ Compensation
- SSD Benefits
- Wrongful Death
Among one of the top causes of personal injuries, car accidents can happen at any time and place. Even minor fender benders can cause serious injuries, such as neck, spine, or back trauma. If you have been involved in a car accident that was caused by no fault of your own, speak with an attorney.
Unlike collisions with small vehicles such as cars or motorcycles, accidents that involve 18-wheeler tractor trailers can yield catastrophic damages. Commercial truck drivers are held to high professional standards, so if a negligent truck driver has caused you or a loved one injuries, you could have a claim.
One of the most common causes of workplace accidents, premises liability claims can arise due to an accident that occurred on a property that was negligently maintained. Property owners are required by law to keep a property free of known hazards or dangers to guests or tenants. If you were injured due to negligent property maintenance, you can seek legal action for your damages.
As consumers, the last thing we ever expect is to suffer serious injuries due to a product that was manufactured with defects or distributed despite the lack of proper product testing. Product liability claims can arise from a range of products, including auto parts, home appliances, or even toys.
There are few things more heartbreaking than losing a loved one due to the negligent or reckless acts of another person. In these circumstances, however, the surviving family members can pursue legal redress for the wrongs that have been done to them. If you have lost your loved one, speak immediately to a lawyer who can represent you during a wrongful death claim.
If you have been injured at your workplace, you could be eligible for workers' compensation. Most employers are required to provide insurance coverage if an employee is injured or harmed at the workplace. If you have suffered damages or if your loved one was harmed due to workplace negligence in a coal mine or other industry, speak immediately with our firm.
Insurance Bad Faith
When you sign a contract with your insurance company, you establish a contractual relationship. As a term of your insurance policy, you will probably pay premiums for coverage in the event of an accident. When your insurance company fails to provide its services, denies coverage, or delays payments, these you could have a case for an insurance bad faith claim.
Social Security Disability
In circumstances in which you have been catastrophically injured or have suffered severe damages that left you unable to do the type of work that you did before, you may be eligible for social security disability. Speaking with a knowledgeable attorney can be a great place to start to determine if you can receive this sort of financial support.
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If you have been involved in an accident listed above, you must act quickly. The state of Kentucky recognizes a statute of limitations that defines when an injured victim can file for a lawsuit. Under this time frame, you could have only up to a year to file your claim, so taking action as soon as possible can help secure the best possible outcome. The sooner we are able to get to work on investigating your claim, the sooner we can gather evidence, statements, and reports in your favor.
For your convenience, we have offices located throughout Kentucky, including Ashland, Inez, Paintsville, Prestonsburg, and Louisa.