What should I do If I was injured as a passenger in a Louisville car accident? It’s bad enough to be injured in a car accident. Injured passengers are often put into a position where they need to seek compensation for injuries resulting from an accident they did nothing to cause.
Who is responsible for the medical bills and financial damages associated with your injuries? The party or parties who share any portion of responsibility for the accident itself. Often this is the driver of another vehicle. In some cases, it may be the driver of the vehicle you were riding in. HLH attorneys will file a personal injury claim with the insurance of the responsible parties to seek compensation for your past, present and future medical expenses including physical therapy and medication, any lost wages you may incur from missing work, compensation for future chronic pain or consequences of injury such as arthritis as well as just amount for having to endure your injuries and the process of recovery.
In some cases the responsible parties may have the minimum amount of insurance required by Kentucky law or no insurance at all. In these cases HLH attorneys file a claim against the Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) portion of your own auto insurance policy. If you are injured as a passenger in a Louisville car accident you don’t need the aggravation and hassle of figuring out which insurance companies are liable for your injuries. You should also know that insurance adjusters have one job responsibility: ensuring you receive the lowest amount possible for your valid personal injury claim.
This is why it is so important to contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at HLH if you are injured as a passenger in a Louisville car accident or call (866) 583-9701 to speak with one of us personally for a free consultation. Learn how we protect the rights of injured passengers and work to ensure our clients receive full and fair compensation for their personal injury claims.