Understand Your Rights After An Injury
When you are the victim of an accident and suffer an injury, you have rights. You might not understand them, you may not be aware of them, but they are there. You deserve an attorney who understands what you are going through and how to protect your rights.
At Finn & Yeoman, our team commits to each and every client. We work hard to build their trust in us by educating them on their rights and building a plan to secure compensation for their injuries. We prepare every case as if it were going to trial and we do not let insurance minimize your rights.
A Broad-Based Personal Injury Practice
The attorneys of Finn & Yeoman have extensive experience representing the people of Kentucky after they suffer injuries. We have represented many children and adults in a broad range of personal injury cases such as:
- Trips-and-falls: We hold businesses accountable for unsafe walking surfaces – such as water on the floor of a restaurant or a pothole in the parking lot of a gas station. We are well-versed in Kentucky’s tricky trip-and-fall laws and have successfully navigated these issues to get these cases resolved.
- Dog bites and animal attacks: We are experienced in demonstrating not only the physical injuries inflicted by these animals but also the emotional and psychological trauma of an attack to the insurance company of the animal owner and the jury.
- Motor vehicle accidents: We routinely pursue the results that our clients need to recover and heal after a devastating accident on the road. Our experience extends to commercial trucking accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and car accidents.
- Medical malpractice cases: When you go to a doctor – or any other health care provider – you expect to get better. Our attorneys pursue medical providers whose mistakes have left you or a loved one in pain.
If you have suffered injuries because of another person’s negligence, give us a call and we can discuss whether you may have claims for your injuries.
Trusted. Tested. Honest.
In Kentucky, trust and honesty matter. We promise to be straight with you about your case’s progress and prospects. We will not take a fee unless we secure compensation for your injury.