Experienced And Friendly Personal Injury Attorneys

A serious car accident does not have to ruin your financial plans on top of your physical health. At Cox & Cox Law Office, PLLC, our team of Louisville personal injury attorneys has over 40 years of combined experience representing victims of motor vehicle crashes and other accidents.

Contact us if you have been hurt in any way due to someone else’s negligence. We represent victims of a wide array of personal injury cases, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Premises liability
  • Dog bites
  • Wrongful death

We regularly assist clients suffering from complex and catastrophic injuries, such as:

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Paralysis and other spinal cord injuries
  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Crushed and amputated limbs
  • Fatal injuries

One or more of these injuries could reduce your ability to work, or make working completely impossible. Besides affecting your income, a major injury can reduce your quality of life and ability to help raise your children. All because another driver ran a red light, exceeded the speed limit, drank alcohol or otherwise disregarded your safety.

What To Expect With Your Claim

Because Kentucky is a no-fault insurance state, most victims pursue a claim from their own provider. But despite how they depict themselves on television, insurance companies usually care more about profits than helping a customer in trouble.

As a small firm, we have the resources to handle the most complex cases while still providing friendly, personalized service to our clients. You are always welcome to visit, phone or email us with a question or a request for an update. We will give you honest answers. If you need help finding medical care for your injuries, we can arrange that.

If I Got Injured At Work, Should I File For Workers’ Compensation Or A Personal Injury Claim?

If you got hurt while in the course of your work duties, that is most likely a workers’ comp matter. However, if a party other than your employer was at fault, you might also be able to sue under a third-party liability claim. For example, you could be hit by a drunk driver while doing your job as a delivery driver. We will examine the evidence and advise you on how to proceed.

Talk About Your Case With A Louisville Attorney

For more detailed advice about your personal injury claim, contact our Louisville office at 502-912-8555 or via our online form. We offer initial consultations and serve clients throughout Jefferson County and the surrounding areas. Our firm speaks Arabic and Spanish.