Northern Kentucky & Statewide Brain Injury Lawyer
Brain injuries are often different from other injuries which a person may sustain in an accident. Brain injuries may be readily apparent in the case of a person being in a coma, having memory loss or having a concussion.
In addition to the obvious brain injuries, often people in an accident have small brain injuries which may be noticeable only to their family or other loved ones. A person may have personality change or forget how do to simple things. Often a medical expert becomes necessary to fully diagnose a brain injury. Additionally, it is difficult to place a monetary value on a brain injury due to the subjective nature of the injury.
A competent and experienced attorney can drastically increase the recovery by correctly evaluating the nature, extent and therefore the amount of money required to compensate a victim. Brain injuries can be caused by a number of factors which may result in compensation requiring the services of an attorney. An attorney can advise you whether you have a case which may result in having someone else pay for your medical bills, time off work, permanent injury and pain and suffering.
Many times your medical bills and income may be covered either by your PIP insurance carrier, also known as Kentucky "no-fault" insurance. Even though your insurance will cover those costs, your premiums may increase if you do not recover that money from the person who caused the injury.
Additionally, even your own insurance company often works to minimize the amount of money which they pay to provide coverage. An attorney can assist in making sure that you are fully compensated for your lost income and medical bills.
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Those medical bills include hospitalization, diagnostic testing, surgery, physical therapy, medication, chiropractic services, and medical assistant devices such as TENS unit, a brace, walker or wheelchair. Additionally, the no-fault insurance generally have relatively small limits of coverage which are insufficient to cover the costs of a brain injury and correct diagnosis and treatment.
Brain injuries may be caused from a number of factors which may result in litigation. Those include, but are not limited to, an assault, motor vehicle accident (car, truck, motorcycle), ATV accident, medical malpractice, slip and fall, or any negligence by another person. While not all accidents are compensable, it is a good idea to discuss the matter with an attorney who can advise you of your rights.
When evaluating a brain injury case, the attorney will generally offer a free consultation and payment of legal fees is often based on whether you recover or not. This is called a contingency contract and the attorney will receive as compensation a percentage of the money recovered for you or on your behalf.
Call the Bouldin Law Firm today at 859 581 MIKE (6453) to discuss your case with an attorney or fill out the contact form located just to the right and we'll get back with you as soon as we can.
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Northern Kentucky Personal Injury Attorney, Michael W. Bouldin, proudly serves all of Kentucky and Northern Kentucky, including Boone, Kenton and Campbell Counties, Kentucky which includes the Cites of Alexandria, Ft. Thomas, Newport, Independence, Fort Mitchell, Fort Wright, Crestview Hills, Crescent Springs, Erlanger, Lakeside Park, Villa Hills, Edgewood, Florence, Hebron, Burlington, and Covington.
He also serves the residents of Hamilton, Clermont and Warren Counties in Ohio.
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