What should you do if you lose a loved one in a fatal accident in Louisville or anywhere in Kentucky? What if you or your family are not from Louisville or live outside of Kentucky? What is a “wrongful death” and how can an experienced personal injury attorney help your family after you lose a loved one in a fatal accident in Louisville or Kentucky?
When you lose a loved one in an accident due to the negligence of another, it is known in Kentucky as a wrongful death. The family of the victim has a limited time to bring a wrongful death lawsuit in Kentucky. In many cases, the affected family members may live out of the area or outside of the State of Kentucky. HLH attorneys have decades of experience in fatal accidents and Kentucky wrongful death cases. If you lose a loved one in a fatal accident in Louisville or throughout Kentucky we will hold those responsible accountable and seek a just and fair settlement or verdict for the loss of time you and your family would have enjoyed with your loved one. It doesn’t matter where you or your family live, HLH will represent your family and work to achieve the best possible outcome in your case.
Kentucky honors the relationship between spouses, parents and their children, and the impact of losing a beloved family member. While there is no possible way to turn back the clock, Kentucky laws provide compensation for the loss of consortium – the time, intimacy, affection and society you would have shared with a spouse; the loss of parental love, affection and guidance as well as the grief and shock of losing a parent or child in a tragedy such as fatal car accident or fatal truck or motorcycle accident.
We invite you to review the experiences of our clients and contact HLH or call (866) 583-9701 to speak with an experienced and proven injury lawyer about what has happened and all we can and will do to help you and your family. Our job is to remove the burden of dealing with insurance and legal matters and holding those responsible financially accountable so that you are free to focus on one another and to support each other through this difficult and challenging time.