Address: 25 South Court Street, Owingsville, KY 40360
Email: [email protected]
Hours: Mon-Sun 24hr
Located in the old courthouse square, our renovated Bath County, KY law office is the newest addition to Maze Law Offices. Whether you are traveling from Frenchburg, Flemingsburg, Carlisle, or anywhere in Bath County, our historic office downtown provides a comfortable and easy way to meet with your attorney. Our experienced personal injury lawyers in Owingsville, KY offer free consultations and free case evaluations for any potential client that is seeking a local accident attorney’s help.
The first thing to know about our law firm is that we take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means- if we are unable to recover a settlement from your case- you do not owe us a penny. Importantly, any calls or questions you may have for us as well are completely free of charge. We also offer 100% free consultations and case evaluations.
We like to meet our new clients face to face as soon as possible after their accident. That way, we can better assess their most important needs right away. While many of our clients like to come into one of our three local offices, we are also happy to meet you at your home or in your hospital room.
We next begin working on collecting records for your medical care and any bills you may have incurred. Once we are able to map out what kind of treatment you have had, what medical care you will need in the future, and the total amount of your medical damages, we can then assess what type of settlement figure you are entitled to. Critically, a key component to maximizing your recovery value is to understand how this injury has affected your life after being involved in a car wreck in Owingsville, or a motorcycle wreck, or a 4 wheeler accident. This is why we like to have as much communication between our clients and one of our experienced accident lawyers as possible. Your case file should include as much evidence as possible to document your pain and suffering, lost wages, and out-of-pocket expenses.
Once you have received adequate medical treatment, your case can then be properly evaluated for settlement. Many insurance companies attempt to settle these types of cases without the need to go to court. An experienced personal injury attorney will be able to assist you in evaluating your injuries and your case and decide whether or not you are being low-balled, or if you are being offered reasonable compensation to settle. If a low amount is offered, our team will negotiate with the insurance to raise your settlement figure higher. However, if more compensation is needed, our highly skilled personal injury team is prepared to take your case to trial in order to make sure you are compensated fairly for everything you have gone through.
The most important factor in choosing a personal injury lawyer or car accident attorney after being involved in an accident is choosing someone you trust. This includes an attorney willing to devote as much time as you may need in helping you through such a tough time in your life. Being able to reach your Owingsville accident lawyer during hours of stress and when you have questions about your case is the number one complaint that most clients have with their lawyer. When you meet with and hire Maze Law Offices to handle your claim, you will get to see the attorney who will handle your case every step of the way.
Despite being located in a small town, our injury law firm has litigation experience in recovering multi-million dollar settlements for injured people and their families. Our settlements include payments by insurance companies to compensate for car wrecks, dog bites, motorcycle accidents, as well as semi-truck crashes.
If you were injured due to the negligent, intentional, or careless actions of someone, there is a good chance you are entitled to compensation in the form of a settlement from an insurance company. While your goal through this whole process is to get well again, our goal is to get you the maximum settlement money you can possibly recover. Typically, insurance companies settle with auto accident victims to provide compensation for their insured’s negligent actions. This compensation is owed for: lost wages, pain, and suffering, hospital bills and doctor visits, future lost wages due to your inability to perform the same job, and also for damage to your vehicle.
Importantly, anyone who is injured should be prepared for any expenses related to possible treatment needed in the future. Your settlement provides a way for you to set money aside, in case there comes a time when you need it. Often, this comes in the form of future doctor visits, physical therapy, or even scar revision surgery. You also deserve to be fairly compensated for the pain and suffering you have gone through for these injuries.
In other cases, there may be a need for Punitive damages. These types of awards are given to victims or their families after an injury or wrongful death to punish a wrongdoing company or party. These are commonly seen in big trucking accidents, if you are hit by a drunk driver, or even texting while driving car accidents. Punitive damages are typically awarded on top of your medical damages and pain and suffering compensation. The reason behind these high dollar judgments is to deter a large multi-million dollar corporation from committing similar acts in the future or establish better practices to prevent the types of harm you or a loved one have suffered.
You can also find us at our Mt Sterling office, Lexington office, and Morehead office.
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