Personal Injury Lawyers in Lexington, Kentucky (KY) | Morgan & Morgan
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As one of the Bluegrass State’s cultural and economic hubs, Lexington is home to many world-class attractions. Whether you plan to catch a show at the one-of-a-kind Kentucky Horse Park, watch hoops at historic Rupp Arena, take in the exhibits at the Aviation Museum, or explore Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, there’s no shortage of things to do and see here.
Unfortunately, in a city full of landmarks, accidents are bound to happen. When they do, Lexington’s go-to personal injury law firm is there to help. At Morgan & Morgan, we represent injury victims in auto accident, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, and other legal cases. If you were injured, we’ll fight on your behalf to achieve the best possible outcome.
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Why Hire a Lexington Car Accident Attorney?
When someone causes you physical, emotional, and financial harm, it can be difficult to accept. To compound matters, accident injury victims often find themselves at the mercy of insurance companies that don’t have their best interests at heart. These companies often deny claims or try to make injury victims settle for less than their case is worth.
An attorney at Morgan & Morgan can give you the best chance at receiving a fair settlement following an auto accident or other type of injury. If a settlement can’t be reached, we’ll present your case in the strongest possible terms at trial. The best part: It costs nothing to get started, and we get paid only if we win.
How Much Is My Case Worth?
No two personal injury cases are identical, and the amount of compensation you stand to recover will depend on the details of your accident and injury. One fact remains: You should never settle for less than your case is worth. At Morgan & Morgan, we fight to recover compensation for:
- Past, current, and future medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
- Punitive damages
- Rehabilitation and therapy costs
- Loss of companionship
- And more
How Long Will My Case Take?
Due to the complexities of personal injury cases — whether it’s a car crash or other type of accident — settlements and trials often take months, if not years, to complete. Even cases that appear straightforward are rarely open-and-shut, as insurance companies often try to draw them out to get the victim to settle for less.
For these reasons, it’s essential that you have a highly skilled personal injury attorney to navigate your case. Morgan & Morgan attorneys not only help injury victims resolve their claims quickly, they put them in a position to achieve the best possible outcome.
The Morgan & Morgan Difference
Why do auto accident victims in Lexington and around the country call on Morgan & Morgan? It’s more than the results. Sure, we’ve retrieved more than $7 billion for more than 100,000 clients. But we’ve been able to do so while remaining a family firm that treats its employees and clients like family. We will:
- Provide 24/7 access to our legal team
- Assign highly skilled attorneys with a track record of success to your case
- Handle your case each step of the way, from start to finish
At Morgan & Morgan, we care about the communities we serve. In fact, we solidified our relationship with Lexington in August 2019 by partnering with the University of Kentucky in an athletics sponsorship agreement. The alliance features co-branded ads and a Morgan & Morgan visual presence in Rupp Arena, which is just down the street from our office.
Contact Morgan & Morgan
Car crash and other personal injury claims are difficult to manage. Without the help of an experienced attorney, chances are, you’ll receive less than you should. Let Morgan & Morgan fight on your behalf to recover the compensation you deserve. Contact us to schedule a free case evaluation. Remember, we work on a contingency fee basis: There’s no upfront cost to you, and it’s free unless we win.
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