Aggressive representation to help clients in Kentucky win maximum compensation for auto accident injuries
According to insurance claim statistics, the average driver will be involved in about five accidents during their lifetime. With roughly 400 collisions reported in Kentucky every single day, it is easy to see how the numbers start to add up. Unsurprisingly, more than half of these accidents involve collisions with other moving vehicles.
Kentucky law entitles accident victims to financial compensation from negligent drivers and other third-parties that are responsible for the accidents. This may include a defective part manufacturer, a truck driver’s employer, or even the state or local government agency tasked with maintaining the road where the accident occurred. With even minor accidents having the potential to cause serious, life-changing injuries, it is important for accident victims to identify all possible sources of compensation for their injuries and other losses.
Experienced Representation for Vehicle Collisions
At Gladstein Law Firm, we help injury victims obtain compensation for their losses through insurance settlements and litigation. We provide personalized, attentive, and experienced representation focused on maximizing our clients’ financial recoveries for their losses. We regularly handle cases involving:
- Automobile accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Drunk-driving car accidents
- DUI and drug-related motor vehicle accidents
- Fatal vehicle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- No-fault insurance auto wrecks in Kentucky
- Pedestrian accidents
- Truck accidents caused by driver fatigue
- Truck accidents caused by faulty equipment maintenance
- Truck and tractor trailer accidents
- Underinsured and uninsured vehicle accidents
- Vehicle rollover accidents
While most auto accident claims settle, we are not shy about taking the insurance companies and other responsible parties to court. When we take your case, our sole priority is helping you obtain the largest possible settlement or verdict as quickly as possible. If the insurance company makes an offer, we will help you weigh your options so that you can feel confident about the outcome of your case. If we need to take your case to trial, we will fight vigorously to ensure that justice is served.
What to Do After a Car Accident in Kentucky
To help you deal your situation and make smart decisions that can help your claim for damages, we have compiled a list of the basic steps you should take after being involved in an accident. This assumes that you are not too injured to move. If you are seriously injured, your health is your top priority, so wait until the EMTs arrive before taking an action. Otherwise, following a car accident, you should:
- Check yourself and passengers for serious injuries, and call 911. Even if you do not appear injured, you should seek medical attention. Symptoms from many traumatic injuries may not appear for days or even weeks following a collision.
- If you are able, get your car off the road, taking care to avoid traffic on the road.
- Call your insurance company. At this point, all you want to do is report the damage to your vehicle. You should avoid making any statements about why or how the accident occurred.
- Gather identifying information from all parties involved, including: names, addresses, phone numbers, emails, license plate numbers, VINs, and insurance details.
- Take pictures of your injuries, the damage to each of the vehicles involved, and the scene of the accident.
- Ask for the responding police officer’s information, including: name, jurisdiction, ID number, and phone number. You should also obtain a copy of the police report.
- After you leave the scene, call Gladstein Law Firm to discuss your case with a Louisville personal injury lawyer.
As we mentioned, it is important that you avoid discussing the details of the accident with your insurance company. If there is a dispute, the insurance company may try to use your words against you. In the aftermath of an accident, people often have a tendency to take blame or assume they were at fault in the collision. However, the law may say otherwise. It is best to speak with a lawyer before you talk to your insurance company so you can avoid saying anything that may prevent you from obtaining maximum compensation. At Gladstein Law Firm, we can work with the insurance companies on your behalf so that you can stay focused on your recovery.
What Our Clients are Saying
After gaining a decade of experience defending against personal injury claims, Seth Gladstein decided to turn the tables and use what he had learned to help negligence victims recover for their losses. Since founding Gladstein Law Firm in 2011, Seth has helped numerous clients obtain compensation for injuries suffered in vehicle collisions and other accidents. Here is what one of his clients had to say:
“Seth just successfully settled a case for me, and if you are looking for a compassionate, trustworthy, responsive and tenacious attorney, I cannot recommend Seth Gladstein higher.”
This is just one example of numerous accolades and recommendations. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an accident, Gladstein Law Firm can help you win the compensation you deserve.
Seeking Damages for Auto Accident Injuries
Following a serious accident, you are likely to miss time from work, face expensive car repair and medical bills, and suffer from emotional distress. You may also suffer additional damages, such as physical pain and suffering, rehabilitation costs, and other out-of-pocket expenses. In fact, most people do not realize the full scope of their losses arising from a vehicle collision. At Gladstein Law Firm, we can help make sure that the responsible parties are held accountable for the full amount to which you are entitled.
Call (800) 991-0474 to Schedule Your Free Consultation
To get started with your auto accident injury claim, call us at (800) 991-0474 or send us an email today. The initial consultation is free, and since we work on contingency, you do not pay anything unless we win your case. If you can’t make it to our offices in Louisville, we will come to you.
*Each case is different and the past record is no assurance that we will be successful in reaching a favorable result in any future case. Client pays costs only upon recovery.