Have you been injured by a reckless driver? Did you slip and fall while you were shopping? Did a driver turn left in front of you causing a motorcycle crash? Are you worried about how you will pay your bills when you are out of work? Do you need a personal injury attorney who will fight for your rights, but you don’t have the money to pay an attorney?
If you have been injured in an accident, we can help. Our Louisville personal injury attorneys understand your concerns. We offer free consultations so you can get answers to all of your questions. Call the Shelton Law Group at 1-888-761-7204 to find out how we can help you as you struggle to recover from injuries sustained in an accident that was not your fault.
What is a Contingency Fee?
Our accident attorneys accept most cases on a contingency fee basis. We understand how difficult it is for an accident victim to make ends meet, but we truly believe that every accident victim is entitled to legal representation. The insurance company for the other party has a team of attorneys and other professionals working on its behalf to limit its liability and minimize the amount of money it must pay to you for your claim. You deserve to have someone on your side to even the playing field. Someone who will aggressively fight for your rights and protect your best interest regardless of your financial situation.
A contingency fee allows you to receive legal services without worrying about paying our fees until we recover a monetary award on your behalf. You don’t pay our fees until your case is settled. Once we settle your case or we win at trial, the insurance company for the other driver will pay the proceeds to our office. We deduct our fees and any costs before distributing the net funds to you. The fee is a percentage that we agree upon when you hire our office.
What Damages Can I Receive Compensation For In An Accident Claim?
Each accident claim is different; however, most victim are entitled to receive compensation for:
- Past, present, and future medical bills and expenses
- Past, present, and future lost wages, including bonuses, raises, and other forms of compensation
- Loss of earning capacity
- Property damage
- Permanent disabilities, disfigurement, and scarring
- Funeral, burial, and/or cremation expenses, in the event of a wrongful death
- Physical pain
- Emotional suffering and mental anguish
- Long-term medical care and/or personal care
- Other out-of-pocket expenses related to your injury and recovery
The types and amounts of compensation you receive for your accident claim depend on several factors, including the type and severity of your injuries. Our Louisville personal injury lawyers can give you more information during your free consultation.
Call Our Office For More Information
If you have other questions about filing an accident claim, contact our office to schedule a free consultation. Contact the Shelton Law Group by calling 1-888-761-7204 or by using our online contact form.