Because of my injury, I do not have my regular income, how will I pay for my attorney?

The simple answer is we don’t get paid until you do and we don’t get paid unless you do. Our fees are dependent on your settlement and you will pay us only if we are successful, and any payment will come out of your settlement or award.


How quickly will my case be settled?

The length of time is takes to reach a settlement varies from case to case. We are not just trying to settle your case, we want to get you the highest level of benefits you can receive. We walk you through your case every step of the way and will keep you regularly informed of status of your case.

How much will my settlement be worth?

Settlement figures are based on your individual circumstances and we will work with you to understand and achieve the highest possible settlement you can expect to receive. Each case has a different value in the eyes of the law; however, we treat every client equally.

Who will handle my case?

Your case will be handled directly by the attorney that you initially meet with. He will be responsible for all aspects of your case and will be available to consult with you in person or by telephone whenever necessary.

Is there a time limit that I need to be aware of concerning my claim?

Yes! Kentucky law has what is called a Statute of Limitations. The amount of time is dependent on the type of law your case falls under. The statue of limitations for personal injury can be as low as 1 year. The best thing to do is contact an attorney as soon as possible to find out if you are in danger of going over the time limit in which to file a claim.

When I come to meet with you, what information do you need?

Bring as much paperwork as you have that is directly related to you case; lists of all doctors, medical service providers you have seen, any medical records which you may have and any relevant insurance information. This includes copies of letters you may have received as well as the name and telephone number of any adjuster you’ve spoken to.

Will I be updated about my case while it is ongoing?

Yes, directly by your attorney. You will be contacted by your attorney during the various stages of your case. If you have a question in the meantime, it’s easy to contact your attorney to get updates.

Legal Needs Guide

You may need to consult with an attorney if you have been in an automobile accident, or if you have fallen at some place of business and been injured due to the fault of the store owner. If you have been injured at work, you need to consult with an attorney as soon as possible. If you have sustained serious injury as the result of the negligence or fault of a physician you need legal advice.