Every day, people in Kentucky are injured in car accidents, semi-truck crashes and motorcycle wrecks. Drivers and riders fail to pay attention and are negligently causing harm to others. Delivery truck drivers are rushing around town causing crashes. Distracted drivers are causing car accidents and motorcycle wrecks. Negligent store owners fail to keep their aisles safe and companies make defective products. Property owners fail to repair dangerous conditions and cause their tenants to be injured. Suffering an injury can cause costly medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering. You need a Kentucky Personal Injury Lawyer to help.
We help individuals injured by another’s negligence. At the
Law Office of Christopher Jackson, we work hard to get you the money you deserve.
We will set up your case with the insurance company, monitor your treatment,
gather all your bills and records as well as evidence from the scene, including
witnesses and photographs. Then, we will demand an amount of money to
compensate you for your damages. If we are able to settle out of court, we
will, but if not, we will sit down and talk about the process of filing a lawsuit
and going to court.
Hiring a personal injury lawyer, like Christopher Jackson, that
has handled thousands of car accidents, truck crashes, motorcycle wrecks and
slip & fall injuries will help you get the money you deserve. We have
handled cases like yours across Kentucky and Ohio since 2003.
“You go to the doctor and we will take care of everything else.”
KENTUCKY PERSONAL INJURY LAW
When a person is injured, Kentucky law allows a person one
year to settle their claim or file a lawsuit. Kentucky law allows 2 years for
car accidents. For example, if you are rear-ended in a car accident and suffer
a broken arm. Your own auto insurance will cover up to the first $10,000 of
your medical bills and/or lost wages under your personal injury protection
(PIP). People wonder why their own auto insurance must pay, but think of it as
an advance, because at the end of the case, the at-fault party’s auto insurance
will reimburse your auto insurance. The liability insurance will only offer you
pain & suffering money, so it is very important to choose an experienced
Kentucky Personal Injury lawyer like Christopher Jackson to get the money you
deserve. The earlier you contact us, the earlier we can start gathering
evidence to prove your claim.
INJURIES IN KENTUCKY
Kentucky law states that a person must have $1,000 in
medical bills, a broken bone or a scar to make a claim. You may not feel
injured immediately due to your adrenaline pumping, but you may feel your
injuries days later or even longer. It is important to seek medical treatment
as soon as possible or the insurance company will argue that there is a gap in
treatment and try not to pay you. It is very important to hire an injury lawyer
like Christopher Jackson if you have pre-existing injuries. The liability
insurance company will try to argue that you were not injured in the accident,
but that all your pain and suffering is pre-existing.
Car accidents aren’t the only thing injuring people in
Kentucky. Many people are injured in slip & falls, by animal bites,
negligent security and defective products.
TYPES OF PERSONAL INJURY CASES WE HANDLE
Personal Injury Lawyer Christopher Jackson has the knowledge and experience to take on your case. Since 2003, Christopher Jackson has handled thousands of cases, including:
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I was involved in an auto accident and contacted Mr. Jackson. He and his staff were very helpful and were there to deal with the insurance company to make sure all my medical bills were paid. He got me a settlement to compensate me for my pain and lost wages. I would use and/or refer Mr. Jackson and his firm to my family and friends.
The team at The Law Office of Christopher Jackson has been very helpful and personable with the case they handled. They went above and beyond their duties to keep me posted on all matters with the case. Even when unexpected court dates came up, someone always went to court with me