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Compensation For Your Pain And Suffering

When you or a loved one has been injured as a result of someone else's negligence, you will likely be overwhelmed with questions such as:

  • How am I going to pay for medical bills?
  • How will this impact my life moving forward?
  • If I can't work because of my injuries, how will I survive financially?

At Little Law Office, we work hard on behalf of our Madisonville clients to get the compensation you deserve. We will make sure you understand your options and the process so that there won't be any surprises along the way.

We Provide The Support You Need When You've Been Seriously Injured

We can help you with a wide variety of accidents, including:

  • Slip and fall
  • Car accident
  • Dog bites

The extent of the injuries that result from negligence vary from relatively minor to permanently debilitating. Types of injuries include:

  • Physical: Including broken bones and whiplash
  • Catastrophic: Including spinal cord, traumatic brain injuries and amputations
  • Emotional: Such as pain and suffering
  • Monetary: Including loss of income and medical expenses

We help our clients find the right physicians, track your progress and realize what the long-term repercussions will be from their injuries.

We'll Help You Get What You Deserve

An experienced Kentucky attorney can help you determine the compensation you truly deserve rather than just what the insurance company wants to pay you. We'll help you determine an appropriate compensation and work with you to get the settlement you deserve. If we can't do that outside of the courtroom, we are prepared to go to trial.

We are also available to help you with wrongful death cases.

When You're Ready To Take Action, We Are Here

You deserve a lawyer by your side who is willing to work hard on your behalf. We'll always keep your best interests at the forefront of each decision we make together. Call us today at 270-821-0110 or email us. Personal injury cases are on a contingency basis, meaning you don't pay us unless you receive an award or settlement.

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