Don’t Let Careless Drivers Push You Around: Get a Kentucky Car Wreck Lawyer
It happens in an instant. A car hits yours. You’re hurt. Your life is harshly interrupted.
You just want to get back to focusing on things you enjoy — and putting the accident and its aftermath behind you. The best way to recover is to get maximum compensation for your injuries.
But the other driver and the insurance company work against you.
When you’ve been hurt on the roads of Paducah or anywhere in western Kentucky, a car wreck lawyer who knows the laws, courts, juries and people of Kentucky pushes back for you.
At Morgan, Collins & Yeast, you get a free case consultation.
What Should I Do Next?
After any accident, you should:
- Seek immediate medical help.
- Call the police.
- Get contact information from witnesses.
- Photograph the scene.
- Avoid rushing to talk to an insurance company.
- Be wary of lawyers or medical providers who contact you first.
Beware of Insurance Companies
Insurance companies are looking out for their profits, not your well-being.
Often, they’ll pressure you to take a fast settlement. They’re trying to get you to take less than you deserve.
Attorneys Roy Collins and Dan Yeast worked for insurance companies for years. They understand how insurance companies work and think.
Now, they work for you.
Talk to Roy or Dan before you give a statement or sign anything from an insurance company. They’ll help you avoid common mistakes people make when dealing with insurance.
Get Help with Your Personal Injury Claim
Fighting back after you’ve been hurt — and standing up to insurance companies — takes what we call Kentucky Courage.™
Morgan, Collins & Yeast has been standing up for Kentuckians for 40 years.
And if your accident leads to a workers’ compensation case or a Social Security Disability claim — in addition to your personal injury case — we’ll maximize every kind of benefit available to you.
Hear From a Morgan, Collins & Yeast Client
“I think they’re some of the best personal injury attorneys in Kentucky, so without question they were my first call.”
— Former Judge Bill Trude, who went to Morgan, Collins, & Yeast after a car crash