How can an attorney help me if I have a brain injury?

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pile of folders in front of man in suitIf someone else’s negligence caused your brain injury, you might be able to pursue a personal injury case in a Kentucky court. You have the right to file your own brain injury lawsuit and to represent yourself in court. Even if you are wary of attorneys, however, there are benefits to being represented by experienced Kentucky brain injury lawyers.

Benefits of Hiring a Brain Injury Lawyer

Brain injury cases are complicated whether you handle your own brain injury case or you hire a brain injury attorney to represent you. However, an experienced lawyer can help you by:

  • Taking the stress off your shoulders. It takes a lot of work to pursue a brain injury recovery. If you make a mistake in your brain injury case, you could jeopardize your legal recovery. An attorney can take away that stress by handling all legal matters on your behalf.
  • Gathering evidence and valuing your case. To prove your claim, you will need evidence. Experienced brain injury lawyers know what evidence to gather, how to get it, and how to analyze it to fight for your fair recovery of lost income, medical costs, out-of-pocket costs, physical pain, emotional suffering, and other damages.
  • Making sure your legal rights are protected. Your lawyer will make sure that all court deadlines are met, all pleadings and motions comply with court requirements, and persuasive arguments are presented in settlement negotiations and court.

While your lawyer is handling your legal needs, you can focus on your physical recovery and the people and things that were important to you before your accident.

Talk to a Brain Injury Attorney Before Hiring One

Ultimately, the decision about whether to hire a brain injury attorney is up to you. Before you decide, however, we invite you to contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation. Learn about how we may be able to help you, what your potential recovery may include, and how our No Fee Policy works so that you can make an informed decision about what to do next.

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