Common Tasks Can Result In Life-Disrupting Injuries
For some individuals, a simple, everyday task, like a trip to the grocery store or gas station, or a quick drive to the school to pick up the kids, turns into a life-changing event either for themselves or a family member.
In the blink of an eye, a collision occurs, and what follows seems like a nightmare. You or your child, parent or spouse has suffered serious, catastrophic injuries.
Extensive surgical procedures, doctor visits, physical therapy, job rehabilitation — you name it — are all necessary to get back on track with life.
Fortunately, those involved in a crash involving an SUV, 18-wheeler or other commercial vehicle have the right to pursue legal recourse to pay for such expenses.
A Firm Dedicated To Handling Cases Involving Complex, Catastrophic Injuries
At Grossman Green PLLC, our law firm has helped many people in similar situations for decades. Our attorneys have handled serious auto accident cases involving catastrophic injuries, including brain trauma, spinal cord injuries, amputations and paraplegia, for families all throughout Kentucky and Indiana. We have even recovered for families who have lost loved ones in these tragic accidents.
Our attorneys have decades of experience, diverse backgrounds and extensive knowledge of the courts. Together with a team of outside experts, therapists, professionals and financial consultants, we know how to build a solid case. Recovering maximum compensation as it pertains to your individual situation is our ultimate goal.
Our attorneys have helped individuals recover damages for lost wages and lost future earning potential, all types of medical and surgical expenses, pain and suffering, and more.
Let us help you.
Find Out Why We Are Leaders In Helping Individuals With Catastrophic Claims
We invite you to reach out to schedule a free consult to talk about your situation with a lawyer from our office.
Even if you think you have suffered only minor injuries, seeking medical attention is still advised. Many serious, internal injuries manifest days or weeks after an accident.