Bowling Green Personal Injury Attorney Ready to Defend Your Rights
Solid support for all your personal injury legal needs
Personal injuries stemming from others’ negligence and carelessness — particularly on the road — often result in devastating pain and suffering, medical bills and the loss of household income for victims and their families — and they may not know where to turn for help.
At the law firm of Lanna Martin Kilgore, PLLC, we help injured victims and their families by working with them to determine who was at fault and who should provide compensation. We give personal attention on every case and take the time to prove the costs of your damages.
Bowling Green car and truck accident attorney that handles all cases
Personal injury cases, especially those stemming from traffic collisions, are often complicated. The compensation for your injuries varies based on liability, the facts of how the accident occurred, the nature and extent of your injuries and the damages sustained. If you have been seriously hurt because of the negligence or misconduct of another person or entity, we can help. Our law firm can help you recover financial compensation for your accident or wrongful death claim.
Kentucky personal injury claimants are entitled to recover the following damages:
|All medical and rehabilitative expenses||Injuries to a spouse|
|Emotional and physical pain and suffering||Property damage|
|Lost wages or work time||Punitive damages|
|Physical impairment||Future lost income|
Experienced Bowling Green car wreck lawyer guiding you in court
When you have been hurt because of the negligence or recklessness of someone else, particularly in a car or truck accident, you may be able to get compensation for your injuries if you can substantiate that the property owner or other responsible party failed to exercise reasonable care to prevent the injury.
To win, you must prove that:
- A duty was owed to you by the person who caused your injury
- The responsible individual or business failed to carry out the duty they owed you
- You were injured
- Your injury was caused by their failure
If a consumer product has hurt you, however, the manufacturer or seller may be responsible under strict liability law. To win, you need to prove that:
- The product was defective
- You used the product the way it was supposed to be used
- The defect caused your injury
- You suffered damages
Kentucky follows the rule of comparative negligence in apportioning damages. This means your damage claim can be reduced by the amount you are found to be at fault. To get the legal support you deserve, turn to Lanna Martin Kilgore.
Schedule a confidential consultation with a knowledgeable Kentucky personal injury attorney today and get the compensation you deserve
If you believe you have a personal injury case on your hands, Lanna Martin Kilgore, PLLC will get you the compensation you deserve. Contact our firm today by phone at 270.846.3700 or online. We represent clients all over Kentucky, including Butler, Allen, Logan, Edmonson, Simpson and Todd counties.