Dedicated Fort Thomas Personal Injury Lawyers Successfully Representing Victims For Decades
Coping with a personal injury can be an extremely painful, overwhelming and costly process. If you are recovering from a preventable accident, filing claims against the at-fault party can create even more stress. This is not a task you should handle alone. Talking to a personal injury lawyer can help you understand the options available.
At Fessler, Schneider & Grimme LLP, we are here to help guide you through the legal process so that you can concentrate on your health and your family. Our personal injury attorney, David F. Fessler, has successfully represented personal injury victims and their families throughout Fort Thomas and northern Kentucky. He knows how to build a strong claim that gets results.
Call 859-305-8659 or contact our firm online to learn about your options.
Personal Injury Lawyers Equipped To Handle Complex Cases
When you work with our legal team, we will handle all the aspects of your matter. You do not need to worry about missing a deadline or negotiating with an insurance company to receive a fair settlement when we are by your side.
We build strong claims for individuals affected by:
- Motor vehicle accidents caused by negligent, careless or reckless drivers
- Tractor-trailer wrecks caused by inattentive commercial drivers, poorly maintained vehicles or other preventable factors
- Dangerous commercial or residential property conditions that lead to slip-and-fall accidents
- Medical negligence, such as a doctor’s failure to treat or diagnose a medical condition
- Fatal injuries related to a preventable accident
Whether you need assistance with a car accident claim, a wrongful death lawsuit or another personal injury matter, we will aggressively defend your interests at every stage of your case. Personal injury lawyer David Fessler has secured maximum compensation for his clients in Kentucky courts and negotiation sessions. He provides the tireless and skilled representation you need at this difficult time.
What Is The Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury Claims In Kentucky?
Unlike many other states, which often have a two-year statute of limitations, Kentucky’s time period for filing a personal injury accident claim is limited to just one year. That year usually begins from the date of the injury or the date that the injury was first discovered.
Any delay on your part could end your right to receive compensation for your injuries and losses forever, so don’t wait to speak to our personal injury lawyers about your options.
How Does Our Law Firm Help Injured People Maximize Compensation?
The average person has no real idea how to begin to put a price tag on their claim. Aim too low, and you cheat yourself out of what you are rightfully due. Aim too high, and you will likely run into a wall of opposition. Legal representation is essential.
At Fessler, Schneider & Grimme LLP, our personal injury attorney knows how to look at all the factors in a case to determine what amount of compensation is fair. This means looking at all the details of the accident, current and future medical expenses and losses associated with your injuries, the value of your pain and suffering and more. It also means taking a careful look at who may be held responsible for your injuries and uncovering hidden defendants or sources of compensation.
How Long Does A Kentucky Personal Injury Claim Usually Take To Resolve?
Every claim is unique, so there is no definitive answer to this question. While you must take action within the one-year statute of limitations to preserve your right to damages, the actual claim may take longer.
Nothing can happen until you have either recovered from your injuries or have reached a point of maximum medical improvement so that the full value of your claim can be determined. After that point, a simple claim could successfully be negotiated to a close within months, while a complex claim that goes to litigation with multiple defendants could take several years.
Do You Think That You Have A Claim? Talk To Us.
We offer free initial consultations to all prospective clients because we want to educate you on your options. We know that paying for legal representation is stressful, so we charge contingency fees for personal injury cases. We do not receive a fee if you do not recover damages.
Reach a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer by calling 859-305-8659 or emailing our Fort Thomas firm. Get in touch with us today!