We have successfully resolved hundreds of cases for our clients. We are persistent, aggressive and will dedicate as many hours as it takes to get the best result for you.
Unlike some other firms, we do not handle a high volume of injury cases. Our attorneys and staff work as a team on each case to make sure that we are responsive to our clients and diligent in the handling of each and every case.
We try cases. We will make every reasonable effort to get your case settled. But if the case cannot be settled for a fair amount, we will prepare and take your case to trial.
If you’re reading this, there is a good chance that you have recently suffered an injury or have lost a loved one in a fatal accident and are facing the stress, pain, and financial upheaval that often results from an unexpected injury or death. No one is really prepared for the aftermath of an accident and the injuries caused by someone else’s negligence or deliberate wrongdoing. “How is it,” you may ask, “that I or my loved one must be the one to suffer from someone else’s actions?”
The answer is that you should not have to be the one to suffer from someone else’s wrongful act. While there may be no way to return you to the state of health that you enjoyed before the accident, the law provides you with a means of recourse against the party responsible for your economic and non-economic losses resulting from the accident or action that caused it.
If you have been injured because of another person’s act or negligence, you are entitled to make a legal claim for financial compensation for damages to your physical well-being, your finances, and your quality of life. This is best accomplished by hiring an experienced Kentucky personal injury attorney to represent you in a legal action against the responsible party. So, if you or someone you care for has been injured because of the negligence or deliberate act of another, you have come to the right place.
At the Bowling Green, Kentucky law firm of Lowder & McGill, PLLC, we are focused on seeking justice for clients whose lives have been torn apart by serious injuries or fatalities resulting from all types of accidents, including car and truck crashes, pedestrian and bicycle accidents, workplace accidents, defective and dangerous products, slip and fall and other premises liability accidents, dog bites, nursing home neglect and abuse, and more. We understand what you are going through and are deeply committed to obtaining justice for our injured clients by securing the largest financial settlement that is possible under the law, and according to the unique circumstances of your case.
Our attorneys are experienced, knowledgeable, thoroughly competent, and committed to justice for every client we accept. Our firm maintains relationships with respected experts in multiple fields, including accident reconstruction, vocational, medical, and much more. These specialists have the comprehensive and authoritative knowledge and are available to us, to offer their expertise in analyzing and preparing your case and providing expert testimony at trial, when necessary.
We are able to negotiate fair settlements for many of our clients outside of court, but when obtaining the recovery you need requires us to take your case to court, we are always willing and fully prepared to present a meticulously constructed case to a jury. Above all, we are focused on your needs. We keep you informed of every development in your case, return your phone calls and emails promptly, and ensure that you are involved in the decision-making process at every stage.
OUR PERSISTENCE AND WORK ETHIC IS WHAT SETS US APART. WE WILL INVEST THE TIME AND FINANCIAL RESOURCES TO GET THE BEST OUTCOME FOR OUR CLIENT, AND WE DO NOT BACK DOWN FROM INSURANCE COMPANIES AND CORPORATE WRONG-DOERS
Details of this insurance bad faith case are confidential. Your insurance company bares the duty to provide protection and to negotiate and settle claims in good faith.
Will, Probate and Trust cases are always difficult. Lowder & McGill was able to reach a favorable conclusion for our client in this confidential case.
We represented multiple clients against the manufacturer of a defective medical device. We obtained a six-figure recovery for each client, to compensate them for the harm caused.
If your injury is a serious one, it is important to choose the right lawyer. The lawyers at Lowder & McGill have significant experience in obtaining money for accident victims. This is especially true in cases involving catastrophic injuries. These are injuries that result in permanent and profound changes to your quality of life, often necessitating life-long personal and medical care and severely restricting your ability to live life to its fullest: severe fractures, amputation and traumatic brain injuries.
Catastrophic injuries are expensive to treat, and the damage to the victim’s quality of life is extreme, making them high dollar value cases. A fair settlement may be in the millions of dollars. Insurance companies are motivated by profits and large claims can affect their bottom line, which is why they employ sophisticated legal teams to fight these claims. It is important that you choose an attorney that has the ability, persistence, and work ethic to fight a challenging battle, to achieve justice in your case.
Whether your injury is catastrophic and permanent, or a serious one that has caused restrictions in your activities, you should be compensated for time lost from work, medical bills, pain and suffering, emotional distress, or the wrongful death of a loved one. You owe it to yourself and your family to seek out the competent legal representation that you will find at the law firm of Lowder & McGill, PLLC. We offer compassionate, aggressive, results-oriented legal advocacy for those who have been wrongly injured or bereaved in the state of Kentucky.
Kentucky law limits the amount of time you have to file a legal action, so it is important to put Lowder & McGill to work for you as soon after the accident or incident as possible. In the meantime, avoid any discussion with the insurance adjuster and don’t sign anything. Refer any insurance company representative to us, as your attorney, and let us handle the information to be provided and the settlement negotiations on your behalf.
We accept injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis, so it will cost you nothing out of pocket to secure the quality legal representation that can get you the results you need and deserve.Call Lowder & McGill, PLLC today to arrange a free case consultation and learn how we can help.