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Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers in Louisville, KY
I & I is proud to serve residents of Louisville, Kentucky and the surrounding area. As experienced Kentucky personal injury lawyers with more than 25 years winning cases for our clients, we will pursue the justice and compensation you deserve.
If you’ve been injured in a Louisville auto accident, collision with a semi-truck, have lost a loved one in wrongful death or have been harmed by the negligence of another party, our personal injury attorneys are here to help your case with the goal of winning a strong settlement to pay for:
- Medical Expenses including hospitalization and surgeries
- Lost Wages when you miss work
- Lost Future Income when your career is affected
- Pain and Suffering
Call on our experienced personal injury lawyers today for free review of your important case.
A Track Record of Success in Personal Injury Cases
We’ve worked hard to recover damages for every client. Our team of personal injury lawyers has already collected over $1 billion for injured victims in KY, IN and OH. We’ll work aggressively for your important personal injury case. The best thing we can bring to our clients who are going through challenging injuries or loss is to bring them a case victory.
Call on attorney Darryl Isaacs — The Hammer — and our seasoned personal injury lawyers in Louisville, KY 24/7 to begin a free review of your very important case. Every case is unique and your important injury claim should not be delayed. Get started with our quick injury claim evaluation process today.
Cases We Handle: Louisville Personal Injury Lawyers
Review all of our Practice Areas to learn how I & I Personal Injury Lawyers can best serve you. We provide a free review of every personal injury case to give you the confidence you need before moving forward.
FREE CASE REVIEW:
Personal Injury Law Firm in Louisville, KY
Each personal injury case is unique and needs a thorough evaluation. That’s how we determine the strength of each and every case and what strategy will be required to win. Our personal injury lawyers in Louisville, KY always begin with a free review of your case. Call us 24/7 to get started. Some of the many types of cases we take on at I & I include the following:
- Truck Accident Injury
- Car Accident Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Workplace Injury
- Dog Bite Injury
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Bicycle Accident Injury
- Harmful Drugs
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Common FAQ’s About Personal Injury Lawsuits
During a free case review, a licensed personal injury lawyer in Louisville, KY will confidentially listen to your important story, go over your injury claim, review existing medical treatments, and examine all available evidence and insurance policies. We’ll then assess the strength of your case to help determine your best move forward for obtaining the justice and compensation you deserve.
Financial compensation in personal injury cases falls under the category known as damages. This refers to the sum of money or other payments required by law to restore justice, to correct the wrong and make things whole again when you have been harmed. Compensatory damages or “money damages” is what gets repaid to you for an injury or losses caused by another and could include lost wages, medical expenses and more. Punitive damages are payments required to punish those who committed the harmful act.
Our personal injury attorneys in Louisville will demand these damages outside of court first, with the goal of reaching a settlement to get you paid. If there’s no agreement, we’ll take your injury case to trial before a judge a jury who will make a decision and present a verdict.
In every case, our personal injury lawyers need to prove liability — that the other party was liable, or responsible for causing you harm. And we’ll also need to prove damages, that you sustained injuries and harm. The most common factor in proving these usually involves some form of negligence. That’s when another party owed you a certain duty, like following speed limits when driving, but failed to do so and as a result, and caused an injury.