Louisville, Kentucky Personal Injury Attorneys
Louisville is Kentucky’s largest metropolitan area, and while that comes with wonderful big city benefits, that often means more accidents and injuries.
Anytime people get together to celebrate world-famous events such as the Kentucky Derby, statistically, we know something could go wrong.
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At Isaacs & Isaacs, we understand that if you are the victim of a catastrophic accident, you must have an experienced team of advocates on your side who will fight for you to receive fair treatment and the compensation you are entitled to.
Our attorneys have a combined 275 years of experience, and many lawyers on staff have worked directly with insurance companies in the past. This significant connection provides the advantage of knowing the tactics the insurance company will use to avoid paying you the compensation you deserve.
You need to talk to somebody who is on your side before you talk to the insurance company or sign any papers. Isaacs & Isaacs is on call 24/7 to answer your questions. Among the many cases we handle, we pride ourselves on being your Louisville truck accident attorney. Call us now for a free no-obligation consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.
The Insurance Company Is Not Your Friend
If an insurance company offers you a quick settlement, chances are they are nervous about your claim. They will offer you the lowest amount they think you’ll settle for, and they will try to persuade you that this is all you are entitled to. If you agree to accept the settlement, they will tell you to sign a release of liability form. Once you sign, you will not be eligible to receive any more compensation from either the other party’s insurance or your own insurance.
The last thing the insurance company wants you to do is to contact an experienced lawyer before accepting their personal injury settlement. They may tell you that an attorney will cost you a high percentage of the settlement. They don’t want you to know that the settlement they have offered you won’t begin to cover the compensation you are entitled to.