When a tragic injury happens, seeking justice may be far from your mind, at least initially. Your attention may rightly focus on dealing with catastrophic injuries or the life-altering loss of a loved one.
However, the question of "why me?" may continue to gnaw at you. While there is no easy answer, there is a way to hold the wrongdoers accountable for the harm you have suffered.
Dedicated To Holding Wrongdoers Accountable
When you are ready to explore your legal options, contact me, attorney Evan Taylor. I am an experienced serious personal injury lawyer in Owensboro, Kentucky. As a fierce advocate for injury victims, I will not hesitate to file suit against those responsible for your injuries, whether another individual, a government entity, a long-standing health care institution or a powerful corporation. My practice is built on an unwavering dedication to justice.
I handle serious personal injury cases such as:
- Medical malpractice, including hospital negligence, professional negligence, and nursing home negligence
- Car accidents and other types of motor vehicle collisions resulting in serious injuries
- Wrongful death cases for those who have lost loved ones as a result of another's negligence
My Trial Experience Can Be Your Advantage
Trial experience is especially important in personal injury cases. Your case might not end up before a jury, but diligent trial preparation is still critical to laying the groundwork for a successful out-of-court resolution.
My exceptional trial experience can work to your advantage. With more dozens of jury trials under my belt, I will never hesitate to advance your interests in the courtroom if needed. Yet my ultimate goal is to strive for the best outcome in your unique situation. As a skilled problem-solver and persistent advocate, I will provide practical recommendations on the basis of realistic expectations and detailed analysis.
Start Exploring Your Options
Don't miss out on your rights by failing to take action. Call my office at 270-229-6110 for a free consultation to discuss your opportunities for pursuing justice.