Right now you want this nightmare to be over. You don’t want to spend one more day worrying about how to pay your bills, worrying about whether you can afford medical treatment, or wondering if your plans for the future have been ruined by a Transit Authority of River City (TARC) bus accident.

We Understand the Rush

We know that the problems you have been facing since the day of the accident on 7th Street Road, Chestnut Street, or another Louisville road have had a significant impact on your life and we understand that you want your life to get back to normal as soon as possible. You may need the settlement money to pay for your medical care or to pay your other bills.

However, there is one thing that is more important than settling your claim quickly and that is settling your claim fairly. You are only going to have one chance to settle this claim. Once you agree to a settlement the terms will be binding and will keep you from recovering additional damages in the future. Thus, while it may be challenging to wait for a settlement, it is more important that the settlement be fair and that it truly allow you to recover for your injuries than it is for the settlement to be quick.

How to Know When the Time Is Right

If you understand your legal rights then you will know when a proposed settlement is fair and if you should accept it. Once a fair settlement offer is made that compensates you for all of your past, current, and future TARC accident injury damages, then there is no benefit to delaying the settlement. Then you will know the time is right.

You can find out more about your legal rights by browsing our free TARC articles, by subscribing to our free monthly newsletter, and by contacting us directly to schedule a free consultation.

 

Mark K. Gray
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