Becker Law Office handles personal injury and disability claims for families and individuals from our offices in Louisville, Kentucky. Our primary goal is to help each client obtain the full benefits or compensation he or she needs to move forward after a serious injury or disability.
Our Louisville personal injury lawyers have more than 30 years of experience handling injury and disability claims. We apply our knowledge of civil law to the circumstances of the case, investigate the case thoroughly and negotiate aggressively with insurers to reach a just settlement. If our seasoned negotiators cannot bring insurance companies to an agreement that serves your best interests, we call upon the skilled trial attorneys at Becker Law Office to take your case to trial. Our clients have access to both seasoned negotiators and skilled trial attorney.
We are driven by a passion for ensuring that the seriously injured have steadfast legal representation and receive the full benefits they are due by law. Each case stands on its own facts, and past results are not predictive of future outcomes. But our hard work for clients and the successful outcomes we have achieved have earned Becker Law Office a place in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. We are recognized for our Ethical Standards and Legal Ability by our peers through Martindale-Hubbell®. The Better Business Bureau has given us an A+ rating, as well. But it is the positive impact we have on the people who need our help that means the most to us.
When you seek compensation for a severe personal injury or disability, you need an experienced and knowledgeable Louisville lawyer to speak up for you, stand up for your rights, and help you navigate a complex web of laws and procedures. You need to know that your attorney is backed by a law firm with the resources to go the extra distance to press your case.
At Becker Law Office, we are ready to draw upon the knowledge and resources of two law firms to seek justice for you.
A typical personal injury claim pits an injured person or their family against an insurance company adjuster who knows how to use the legalese of their policies to dispute the claim and protect the firm’s profits. Similarly, a disability claim usually requires demonstrating that an applicant with a medically diagnosed disability complies with the eligibility criteria of the program.
In either case, some firm negotiating is usually required to close a deal for compensation. That is where our attorneys excel. Greg Bubalo, managing partner of Becker Law Office has been handling personal injury cases for more than 30 years. He works to achieve top dollar settlements for clients without going to court. We will investigate your case thoroughly to build a strong case so that we are negotiating from a strong position.
If your case cannot be settled, we will call upon the skilled trial attorneys at Becker Law office to prove to the judge and/or jury that you should be compensated. No matter the situation, we take your case to heart and we apply the muscle necessary to back it up!
Insurance companies and government agencies will have attorneys protecting their interests. You should too, or you will be at a disadvantage. With Becker Law Office at your side, you’ll have a legal team that can and will stand up to them and fight for your rights.
The injury attorneys at Becker Law Office represent accident victims and people seeking Social Security Disability benefits in Florence and across northern Kentucky. Our personal injury lawyers in Louisville have more than three decades of experience representing Kentuckians in a wide range of legal matters including:
In Kentucky, the Civil Circuit Division is the court of general jurisdiction for complaints involving a request for damages of $5,000 or more, including personal injury, medical malpractice, property damage in addition to foreclosures, and more.
The Civil District/Small Claims Department handles the intake and processing of civil cases, including civil complaints for damages up to $5,000.
The Louisville Metro Police Department works to prevent crime and enhance the overall quality of life for citizens and visitors to Louisville, Kentucky. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office coordinates with Louisville police and other law enforcement agencies within Jefferson County, KY, to preserve the public peace, protect the rights of persons and property, prevent crime, and generally provide assistance to citizens in emergency situations. The mission of the Sheriff’s Office is collection of county taxes, security of the courts, and the service of legal process and orders of the court.
In Louisville, the Emergency Services Department’s MetroSafe 911 program takes emergency calls and connects callers to the police, fire department, emergency medical help and other first responders.