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Louisville Brain Injury Lawyers

Brain injuries are shockingly common in Kentucky, with over 30,000 happening each year, according to the Kentucky Safety and Prevention Alignment Network (KSPAN). If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury in Louisville, you could be eligible for substantial compensation. The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team has helped many injured Kentuckians recover the fair compensation they deserve.

Our Louisville brain injury lawyers can help you collect the money you need to help get your life back on track after such a devastating injury. We offer a free initial case evaluation, where a member of our staff will review your situation, answer any questions you may have, and let you know how we can help you. If you decide to work with us, we can go to work on your case immediately.

To schedule an appointment, call Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers at 800-800-4600.

The Hughes & Coleman Team Fights for the Rights of Louisville Brain Injury Victims

A traumatic brain injury can irreversibly change the course of your life. It can result in thousands, even millions of dollars in medical expenses, and it can prevent you from doing the work you did before.

After a brain injury, you need compensation to pay your medical bills and other costs necessary to live a normal life. The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team can help you recover that money. Here is what you can expect us to do when we take on your case:

Identify the Responsible Parties

To maximize your compensation after a traumatic brain injury, you need to know who the responsible parties are. There might be more than you realize. For instance, if you were hurt in a car accident, the other driver is the obvious starting point. But what if a vehicle defect or a malfunctioning traffic control device contributed to the crash? The car manufacturer or even the city of Louisville could be liable as well.

Gathering Evidence

The success of your case hinges on evidence. The more proof we have showing that the allegedly responsible parties indeed caused your injury, the better the chance of recovering full and fair compensation.

Our attorneys collect and assemble the evidence we need to build a strong case. This might include:

  • Police reports;
  • Witness statements;
  • Photographs;
  • Video surveillance;
  • Expert witness testimony;
  • Accident reconstruction.

Negotiating with Insurance Companies

Often, you must go through an insurance company to recover money after an injury. That is because the responsible party often has insurance precisely for situations such as these.

Insurers can be difficult to negotiate with but the Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team has fought for and won full compensation from many insurers on behalf of our clients. We know what to expect and how to maintain the upper hand.

Dealing With Creditors and Bills

While your case progresses toward a settlement, you will probably continue to receive bills. These expenses might include your mortgage, car payment, and if you are receiving medical care for your injuries, hospital and doctor bills.

A growing stack of bills is an added source of stress at a time when you least need it, particularly if you do not have the money to pay those bills. If you have creditors hounding you about unpaid bills as you await your settlement or award, we can send cease-and-desist letters to stop them from bothering you.

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Count on Our Dedicated Legal Team to Fight for Full Compensation For Your Injuries

The Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team wants to make sure you recover the fair compensation you deserve for your traumatic brain injury. We fight for a robust settlement, which could include the following damages:

Medical Bills

Compensation to pay your hospital, doctor, and rehabilitation expenses, as well as your costs for prescription drugs, medical devices, and home modifications.

Lost Wages

Money to cover the income you missed out on while unable to work.

Reduced Earning Capacity

Money to cover the difference between the amount you are capable of earning after your injury and what you would be earning had your injury never occurred.

Pain and Suffering

Additional compensation to pay you for the pain and suffering your injury has caused. Depending on the severity of your injury, this compensation could amount to several times your medical bills and lost wages.

Loss of Enjoyment of Life

Another noneconomic damage involving your inability to partake in activities you once enjoyed.

Punitive Damages

Money awarded as a punishment to the responsible party if evidence shows they were not just negligent but malicious or outrageously reckless.

No Matter How Your Injury Occurred, Trust Our Team to Stand by Your Side

If you suffered a traumatic brain injury in Louisville, the Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers team wants to help you no matter how your injury occurred. We have helped countless brain injury victims recover compensation, and our clients’ injuries have resulted from a host of causes. Schedule a free consultation if you suffered injuries in any of the following ways:

  • Falls
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Firearms
  • Violent acts
  • Medical malpractice

This list is not all-encompassing. We may also be able to help you if your accident is not on this list. Call us to discuss your case.

Call 800-800-4600 Today to Set Up Your Free Case Evaluation With a Member of the Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers Team

At Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers, our staff has built a long and successful track record of helping personal injury victims in Kentucky recover the compensation they deserve. If you suffered a brain injury and believe someone else was responsible, we will help you pursue them for full damages.

To schedule a free case evaluation with a member of our dedicated staff, call us today at 800-800-4600. We have two offices in Louisville, one on Dixie right between Wholesalejim’s and O’Reilly Auto Parts, and one on Poplar Level Rd. right off Rangeland Rd.

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