Would you know what to do if you are injured in an accident in Louisville in someone else’s car? Becoming injured in a motor vehicle accident is traumatic in and of itself. When your injuries occur in another person’s car it can be even more confusing.
The first and most important thing to know is this: Relax, in Kentucky, injured passengers always have a personal injury claim.
Kentucky law requires all vehicle owners to carry insurance, and most adults have their own automobile insurance policy. The primary source of recovery for all expenses and financial damages associated with an injury accident is the person(s) responsible for the car accident itself. This may very well include the driver of the vehicle you were riding within.
Does that mean you have to sue a friend, family member or co-worker if you are injured in an accident in Louisville in someone else’s car and it is at least partially their fault? The short answer is: “Yes, but it is covered by their insurance”
Rest assured we handle all communications and conduct ourselves in a respectful, professional manner. We understand the nature of personal and family relationships. We work to preserve those important human connections while pursuing their insurance companies to ensure you receive the full and fair compensation you deserve.
HLH’s experienced personal injury attorneys aggressively pursue all avenues of recovery and compensation for our injured clients and the families of wrongful death victims. Established in 1924, our firm holds the distinction of being the most established personal injury law firm in the Louisville area. We enjoy the strong support and recommendations from our clients and the legal industry.
If you are injured in an accident in Louisville in someone else’s car we invite you to contact HLH or call (866) 583-9701 to speak with one of our attorneys for a free consultation. We will help you to recover past, present and future medical expenses, lost wages and fair compensation for having to endure your injuries and the road to recovery.