About three times a day in Kentucky, a pedestrian is hit by a car and suffers a severe injury. Nearly 15 percent of victims are under 14 years old. Few areas are more dangerous for pedestrians than along the Dixie Highway. Not only is it among the busiest of our state's thoroughfares, but also the drivers tend to be more reckless. Individuals out to buy groceries or perform other errands find themselves, quite suddenly, at risk. The Dixie Law Group, PSC, can help. Our firm offers legal assistance to pedestrians who have been hurt by careless drivers. Located in Louisville right along the Dixie Highway, our pedestrian car accident lawyers are well versed in pedestrian law and are committed to obtaining for our clients the monetary funds they need to recover.
A disturbingly high number of pedestrian accidents along the Dixie Highway are hit-and-runs. A driver makes a mistake and flees the scene. In such situations, our attorneys work hard to identify the responsible party and hold them liable.
Even when the culprit cannot be found, we can still pursue compensation. We help our clients gather the evidence required to establish how their injury took place, and work with opposing counsel and insurance companies to procure favorable settlements. In all matters, we aim to obtain funds that pay for our clients' medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. In the event of a fatality, we can help the victim's family secure such compensation as well.
To learn more about our services, reach out to the Dixie Law Group to speak to a pedestrian lawyer. We offer free initial case evaluations, enabling us to inform you of your options before you are obliged to pay.
You can call our office at 502-290-2397 or schedule your consultation online.
We work closely with our clients and offer vigorous representation both in and out of the courtroom. If you would like to learn more about our services, please reach out to our office today.
You can contact our lawyers in Louisville at 502-806-8711 or contact us online. Initial consultations are always free.