Most car accidents in Kentucky and throughout the country are so-called “fender benders.” However, everyday much more serious motor vehicle accidents occur, which can result in severe injuries for drivers and passengers involved and, in the worst-case scenarios, result in fatalities as well.

Most car accidents in Kentucky and throughout the country are so-called “fender benders.” However, everyday much more serious motor vehicle accidents occur, which can result in severe injuries for drivers and passengers involved and, in the worst-case scenarios, result in fatalities as well.

The variety of injuries that Kentucky residents might suffer in a serious car accident can range from broken bones and soft tissue injuries all the way to spinal cord injuries and even brain injuries. Each car collision is different, with a wide variety of facts that could, ultimately, be significant parts of a personal injury lawsuit that seeks to recover financial compensation for the victims involved in the crash.

Why do injured victims pursue personal injury lawsuits after car accidents? Well, most importantly, it just isn’t fair that a person who did not cause an accident should be burdened with thousands of dollars of unexpected medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. If another person’s negligent or reckless acts caused the car accident, injured victims could have a valid personal injury claim against his or her insurance.

At my law firm, I work with Kentucky residents who have suffered serious injuries in car accidents that were not their fault. I do my best to attempt to make sure that my clients have the right legal information to make well-informed decisions. For more information about how I try to help Kentucky residents who have been injured in car accidents, please visit the car accident overview section of my law firm’s website.