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Bowling Green, KY Personal Injury Lawyer

An accident can happen in mere seconds. Usually, the negligent party is not the one who gets hurt. A reckless individual often harms others around them. When this happens, the people who were harmed need to know that they can seek out legal options. Bowling Green, KY personal injury lawyers from Thomas Law Offices can help them get the justice they deserve.

What You Should Know About Personal Injury

There are a few points that people should be aware of when it comes to personal injury. The guilty party may not be fully apparent immediately after an accident. While there may be guesses or inferences as to who was responsible, there may be facts that have yet to be discovered that would suggest otherwise.

Then there’s the matter of the injuries the innocent party sustained. While they may think they have all the facts about their injuries and what it will take to heal, they may not know the full extent since some symptoms can take days or weeks to present. Without a clear picture of their injuries, they cannot get an accurate idea of what a fair settlement should look like.

One of our attorneys can explain why these cases need time and effort—there needs to be a thorough investigation that looks at all the evidence available.

At Thomas Law Offices, we commonly help clients in Kentucky with the following types of personal injury cases:

If you don’t see your case listed, don’t worry. You may still have a valid personal injury case. Our attorneys can evaluate your situation and help you determine how best to proceed.

Thomas Law Offices is here for accident victims. Our attorneys understand your struggles and are prepared to help you overcome and move forward. To learn how to hold a negligent person or entity responsible for your losses, contact us today.
Call us at 502.473.6540 or fill out this form.

You’ll Want a Personal Injury Lawyer at Your Side

After an accident, you may want to get the legal matters out of the way and take the first settlement offer that’s proposed by the insurance company. This may not be the wisest option because it may be less compensation than you deserve. Your best chance of getting the compensation that will help you is with the guidance of a personal injury lawyer.

A wrongful injury can cause many kinds of damages, but they can be categorized into economic and noneconomic. Economic damages refer to monetary losses. Your personal injury lawyer can easily calculate these because they can look at what the medical bills have cost you, what medical expenses you’ll incur in the future, lost wages from missing work, and any other damages that have a cost with them. Noneconomic damages may be more difficult to assign monetary amounts to, but typically includes things like loss of enjoyment of life or loss of consortium. These are usually associated with catastrophic accidents where a person loses their life or is injured to the point where they can no longer be gainfully employed.

You can rest assured that your attorney will go over every aspect of your case to ensure that no detail is left unnoticed. You’ll know that they will look out for your best interests and will do everything to get you a fair settlement.

Bowling Green: Did You Know?

The town of Bowling Green got its name in 1798, after years of the land slowly being worked and cultivated until it became a hub for people. This name comes from the Bowling Green Square in New York City. This area is famous because there used to be a statue of King George III in Bowling Green until patriots pulled down the statue and used it to make bullets for the American Revolution.

By 1812, Bowling Green was steadily growing into an important area of Southern Kentucky. It had houses, a tavern, and businesses. After the Bank of the Commonwealth built a branch in 1821, the area began its foothold as a commercially wealthy place. But that didn’t change the town’s main economic foundation: agriculture. Tobacco, hay, and livestock were the three main trade products. With the Barren River close by and the increasing use of boats being used for travel, Bowling Green solidified its hold in Kentucky.

The growth hasn’t stopped for Bowling Green. It’s a beautiful town to visit with plenty of things to see and do. For car lovers, the National Corvette Museum is a must-see. There’s also the Historic RailPark and Train Museum for train enthusiasts. In the summer months, the Beech Bend Park & Splash Lagoon is the perfect spot to cool off. History buffs may enjoy Aviation Heritage Park where you can learn about Kentucky’s role in aviation. For the adventurous types, Lost River Cave features an underground boat tour, a zip line, and nature trails for hiking.

At Thomas Law Offices, our personal injury lawyers take pride in being part of this community. That’s why we’re dedicated to providing the best legal services to those who need them.

Thomas Law Offices Is Here for Bowling Green, KY Residents

You don’t have to deal with insurance companies on your own. With the help of a Bowling Green, KY lawyer, you can ensure that your rights are protected and nothing is being rushed. To get started on your case, you can schedule a free consultation today. We’ll sit down with you and talk about what happened. We’re also prepared to answer any questions and explain your legal options so you can make a fully informed decision on how you wish to proceed. .

Meet Your Team

Tad Thomas - Trial Lawyer

Tad Thomas

Managing Partner

Tad Thomas has dedicated his practice to representing plaintiffs in various types of civil litigation, including personal injury, business litigation, class actions, and multi-district litigation.

After graduating with his law degree in 2000 from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, Mr. Thomas immediately opened his own private practice and began representing injury victims.

In 2011, Thomas Law Offices was established in Louisville, Kentucky. Over the past decade, Mr. Thomas has expanded his firm and now has offices in three additional locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, Columbia, Missouri, and Chicago, Illinois. He is also a frequent lecturer on topics like trial skills and ethics and technology.

Free Case Evaluation

At Thomas Law Offices, our personal injury attorneys recognize that our potential clients are likely going through some of the most difficult times of their lives. We don't want you to have to worry about paying out-of-pocket for legal advice when you're just starting to learn your legal rights and options. That's why we provide free case evaluations. We'll offer our expert advice about your potential case and walk you through how we can help you.

Call us or fill out the form below to tell us about your potential case and a personal injury lawyer will get back to you as quickly as possible.

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