Elizabethtown Car Accident Law Office
You or a loved one do not have to navigate the aftermath of a car accident alone. As a victim, you should focus on your recovery, not protecting your interests and rights. At Aldridge & Birdwhistell Law Firm, we represent car wreck victims and fight to recover the compensation they deserve. We serve clients in Elizabethtown and throughout central Kentucky.
We dedicate ourselves to serving our clients’ legal needs and fighting for the results they deserve to move forward. An accident could lead to substantial losses at all levels. You may face a decreased capacity to work while medical bills pile up. You may even need special assistance to live life as “normal” or require long-term and costly therapy to recover.
Our experienced attorneys can help you address your legal needs in complex car accident cases involving:
- Uninsured motorists
- Issues with insurance companies
- Motorcycle drivers
- Truck drivers
- The passing of a loved one due to someone else’s negligence
We also serve individuals who live out of state and were injured due to someone else’s negligence in Kentucky. Our attorneys pride themselves on their commitment to the welfare of their community from their offices in Hardin County. The following steps after an accident can be confusing, but our attorneys will help you navigate the complexities of insurance issues and will fight relentlessly for your rights.
Decades Of Experience Helping Our Community With Car Accidents
People in Elizabethtown and Hardin County have turned to us during the challenging times after a car wreck. The reason is that our community trusts our work and dedication to fight for what is right and just for them. Throughout the years, we have also handled complex cases involving accidents with 18-wheelers. We have advocated for our clients’ rights before insurance representatives and have striven to make them pay what is right.
What To Do After A Car Wreck
Your Safety Is The Priority
Immediately after a car accident, get yourself out of danger, help others if you can and call the police and an ambulance if required. At this point, it is also vital to get evidence of the accident, such as photographs of the car wreck from all possible angles both inside and outside the vehicle. Get names and contact information from any eyewitnesses. Even of the other driver admits fault, he or she can change their story later.
Do Not Admit Any Fault
Remember that the information you provide and your statements could be detrimental to your insurance claim. If you say you were partially at fault for the accident, the other driver’s insurance company can use that information against you and reduce the amount it has to pay. Even minor admissions, such as driving a few miles over the speed limit or not looking both ways at an intersection where you had the right of way, can cost thousands of dollars from your settlement.
Contact An Attorney
This step is crucial to get the compensation you deserve. Any mistakes made at the beginning of your personal injury case can be hard to correct later. Our law office offers a free initial consultation to explain your rights and answer your questions. Do not make a recorded statement, sign any release form, or accept a settlement offer before you have obtained legal advice.
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