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Major accident may lead to major financial recovery

In just a few seconds, a motor vehicle collision in Kentucky can quickly change your life long term. A serious accident can lead not only to emotional scars but also serious injuries that can negatively affect your ability to lead a normal life. These serious injuries may include neck or brain injuries, for example.

In some cases, the negligence or reckless behavior or another person behind the wheel may cause a major accident. For instance, perhaps the other driver was speeding or texting while driving. If you have suffered critical injuries due to another driver's careless behavior, you have the right to take legal action.

Physical injuries

A few of the most frequently experienced serious injuries include spine, neck and back injuries. Injuries in this area can limit your mobility, which includes your ability to lift objects, reach out to things or even walk. A traumatic brain injury is a particularly difficult type of injury to cope with due to the permanent impact a victim may experience.

Other life impacts

When a major collision causes you physical harm, you may be unable to work going forward. This may mean an end to your career, especially if you previously worked in a field that requires immense physical activity, such as landscaping, truck driving, carpentry or welding.

In addition, you may accrue hefty medical bills as a result of the accident, including ongoing medical expenses for rehabilitation, for example. The combination of medical expenses and lost income can be particularly stressful.

How your attorney can help

If you have been involved in a major accident leading to serious injuries, you may opt to file a personal injury claim against the driver who reportedly caused the crash, seeking the reimbursement of damages. You need to establish liability in civil court before the court can decide financial damage claims.

In a successfully fought suit, you may receive a damage award that may help to address emotional distress and pain and suffering stemming from your wreck. Monetary compensation may also help to cover your medical costs as well as the loss of wages. Determining how much income you have lost will play a big role in how much money you may be able to recover in your settlement. Your attorney in Kentucky will work hard  to recover the maximum amount possible in light of your circumstances.

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We offer flexible appointments to accommodate your busy schedule. In addition to regular business hours, our attorneys are able to meet with injured clients, who are unable to travel, on nights and weekends, as well as at off-site locations such as your home, office or hospital.

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Shumate, Flaherty, Eubanks & Baechtold

225 West Irvine Street
Richmond, KY 40475

Toll Free: 800-494-9916
Phone: 859-353-0878
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