If you or your loved one has sustained a severe injury as a result of another’s carelessness or misconduct in Owingsville, Kentucky, the injury has most likely disrupted your life and caused tremendous stress for you and your family. Due to the injury, you may be unable to work and struggling to pay household bills. Your family may be experiencing financial stress. You may be frustrated and angry about being in this difficult situation through no fault of your own. You may be unsure where to turn for answers. You need the guidance of a steadfast Owingsville personal injury attorney who has helped many people in Eastern Kentucky.
The experienced attorneys at Becker Law Office will investigate your Owingsville injury accident thoroughly and develop a strategy to seek the best possible outcome through a negotiated settlement, or if necessary, litigation. Managing partner of Becker Law Office attorney Greg Bubalo has been fighting for the best outcomes for injured Kentuckians for more than 30 years. He has settled hundreds of cases and built a proud record of achievement for clients in Kentucky. When an insurance company will not consent to a fair settlement, Becker Law Office works to pursue justice in court. Our clients have the representation of both skilled negotiators and proven trial attorneys.
Our accident lawyers at Becker Law Office focus on helping clients recover physically and financially from serious accidents. With offices in Lexington, KY, our legal team helps Owingsville residents recover from serious injuries and rebuild their lives.
The attorneys at Becker Law Office assist accident victims in Owingsville and across eastern Kentucky. Owingsville is located along Interstate 64 about 50 miles east of Lexington in the Cave Run Lake region. Car accidents and tractor-trailer interstate accidents are common types of injury cases we handle. We also help disabled Kentuckians pursue Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits and navigate the disability appeals process. We care about our clients and seek to deliver outstanding results for client.
Our Owingsville accident attorneys are committed to the core principle that people who have suffered a personal injury as a result of others’ carelessness or disregard for safety should receive compensation for their losses. If you are a victim of another’s negligence, you should not have to pay the medical bills for the injury. Let our Owingsville personal injury attorneys review your accident and explain your legal options.
The legal team at Becker Law Office represents accident victims on a contingency fee basis. We recognize that if you are considering a personal injury attorney, you are most likely going through a very difficult time in your life. You may be experiencing financial stress if you or your loved one is injured and unable to work. If our attorneys represent you on a contingency fee basis, you will not have any upfront costs and will not owe a legal fee unless we are successful in obtaining money for you through an insurance settlement or jury award. If we are successful in securing compensation for you, then we take a portion of the amount we obtain to pay our legal fee and expenses.
If your life has been turned upside down by a personal injury accident caused by others, you don’t need the added stress of dealing with uncooperative insurance companies. You need an experienced and committed attorney who will protect your legal rights and deal with the legal issues, so you can focus on your recovery and regaining your health.
Most Kentuckians who are facing a serious injury would prefer to have the money to cover their medical bills and other expenses without going through a trial. Our attorneys are successful in settling most injury claims out of court. Of Counsel with Becker Law Office attorney Ken Renfro is an experienced negotiator and pursues top dollar insurance settlements for clients.
Unfortunately, some insurance companies refuse to negotiate settlements of legitimate injury claims. When that situation arises, you need a skilled courtroom attorney who has proven trial experience to seek justice in court. In Kentucky, people who have sustained personal injuries as a result of the negligence of others have a right to claim compensation for losses related to the injury. You may be entitled to pursue compensation for medical bills and other expenses related to your injury.
Some insurance companies will not entertain a settlement until a personal injury lawsuit has been filed and the evidence laid out against the insurer’s policyholder.
The City of Owingsville is the county seat of Bath County. Lawsuits seeking damages for serious injuries and wrongful deaths in Owingsville are filed in Bath County Circuit Court. The circuit court conducts trials in cases involving personal injury accidents in which more than $5,000 in compensation is sought.
Bath County Circuit Court Clerk
107 West Main Street
Owingsville, KY 40360
Phone: (606) 674-2186
After filing a lawsuit, our experienced Owingsville injury lawyers will continue to pursue a negotiated settlement. We keep clients up to date regarding the progress of the negotiations. If we receive a settlement offer from the insurer, we will confer with you about the offer. We will share our perspective on whether it represents a reasonable offer, taking into account the extent of your injury and its effect on your life. It will be your ultimate decision whether to accept the settlement or go to trial. If your case does go to trial, you can be confident in the trial attorneys representing you. You will have the nationally recognized trial attorneys presenting your case and advocating for your legal rights.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky allows people who have been seriously harmed by the carelessness of others to seek compensation from the individual or business that caused the injury.
It is critical to analyze whether your ability to work and your future earning capacity will be adversely affected by your injury. If you are unable to work again or you can only do work that pays less, then the settlement should reflect that loss of future income.
Our Owingsville personal injury lawyers will analyze whether you may be eligible for worker’s compensation or Social Security Disability Benefits.
If you have been diagnosed with a disabling condition that prevents you from working and you need help seeking Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, an Owingsville SSD attorney at Becker Law Office is available to help. Our disability attorneys can review your application and seek the full benefits provided by law.
If you have received a letter from the Social Security Administration denying your application for disability benefits, you should consult with an attorney who handles SSD appeals. Many disabled people in eastern Kentucky have obtained benefits by hiring an SSD lawyer after getting a denial notice. Our Owingsville disability lawyers can request a reconsideration of your denied claim and represent you at a hearing before an administrative law judge. To be eligible for benefits, you must have worked enough years in a job covered by Social Security and you must have a disability or serious disease that meets the Social Security Administration’s definition of disabled and prevents you from working.
Many people in Bath County receive denial notices when they first apply for disability benefits. A disability claim may be denied for a number of reasons including lack of a complete work history, or insufficient medical information.
The Owingsville disability attorneys at Becker Law Office will be sure that your SSD application describes your disability fully and documents the impact the condition has on your ability to work and earn income. Our goal is to help you successfully seek the full federal disability benefits that you are eligible to receive according to law. We know that coping with a disability is hard enough without the stress and uncertainty of dealing with a confusing bureaucratic appeals process. Let our knowledgeable attorneys assist.
The injury lawyers at Becker Law Office represent injured people in Bath County and throughout Eastern Kentucky in many types of personal injury cases and disability claims. Let us review your situation and discuss your options. If we are able to take your case, we will work on a contingency fee basis. You will not owe a legal fee unless we secure compensation for you through an insurance settlement or a jury award. If you need answers to your questions about a personal injury, contact Becker Law Office or use our online contact form.
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