Auto Accident Attorneys in Louisville, Kentucky

When you or a loved one suffers injuries due to the negligent actions of another driver, it can be life-changing. The toll that a traumatic event like this can take on your physical, emotional, and financial well-being is overwhelming. You should not have to suffer in silence during this difficult time. Allow our team of attorneys to ensure that your voice is heard and your needs are met as you recover from your auto accident.

Our legal team has decades of experience helping people seek fair compensation for injuries sustained in auto accidents. If you’re ready to pursue the damages you deserve, we’re ready to stand by your side. Schedule a free consultation with our firm, Gorski Law Office, PSC, in Louisville today. We proudly serve individuals in La Grange, Shelbyville, Jefferson County, Oldham County, and Bullitt County, Kentucky, as well as Jeffersonville and New Albany, Indiana.

We Handle a Wide Range of Auto Accident Cases

We have the skill, experience, and in-depth knowledge necessary to help people who have been harmed in accidents involving cars, motorcycles, trucks, and more. If another driver’s reckless actions lead to your injuries, let us help you hold them accountable.

What Kind of Damages Can You Recover?

You may be eligible to recover both economic and non-economic damages after a personal injury. Economic damages aim to cover your tangible losses, while non-economic damages are intended to make up for losses that are not easily quantifiable.

Economic Damages

Some common examples of economic damages include:

  • Lost wages
  • Medical expenses
  • Repair or replacement of property
  • Cost of living with a disability

Non-Economic Damages

This form of damages compensates individuals for intangible losses, including:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of consortium
  • Loss of enjoyment of activities
  • Worsening of prior injuries

At Gorski Law Office, PSC, we’ll fight for the maximum compensation you deserve to help you overcome the hardships you have had to endure as a result of your injuries.

Injured in an Auto Accident?

Let Us Fight for You

Understanding No-Fault Laws

Kentucky is a no-fault state, meaning that injured drivers and passengers must first file a claim through their own insurance, as opposed to through the negligent driver’s insurance. All Kentucky drivers are required to carry personal injury protection coverage, as well as bodily injury liability insurance. 

Your own insurance will pay your injury claims up to a certain threshold. If your medical expenses exceed $1,000, or you suffered a broken bone, permanent injury, or permanent disfigurement, or the life of a loved one was lost, you can then sue the negligent driver. 

Let Us Help You Move Forward

Auto accidents can destroy or even end lives. When the negligence of another driver puts your well-being and the well-being of your loved ones in danger, you deserve the chance to fight for compensation. While a financial recovery cannot begin to make up for the pain you’ve suffered after a personal injury or the loss of a loved one, it can make the healing process just a little bit easier.  

Compassion is at the center of everything our attorneys do. From the moment you come to us for guidance until a resolution has been reached, we’ll be here to serve your needs and provide personal service. Our empathetic approach coupled with our track record of proven results makes our firm an exceptional legal partner as you navigate your personal injury claim.

Schedule a free consultation with our attorneys in Louisville today to start moving forward. We fight for injured individuals in La Grange, Shelbyville, Jefferson County, Oldham County, and Bullitt County, Kentucky, as well as Jeffersonville and New Albany, Indiana.

Auto Accidents Attorneys in Louisville, Kentucky

A personal injury has the potential to derail your life. Don’t let it. Our lawyers are prepared to advocate for you after an accident involving a car, truck, motorcycle, or another vehicle causes you harm. Let us help you hold the negligent driver accountable for his or her reckless behavior.