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With two office locations--Louisville and Lexington— Matt Troutman is a personal injury attorney serving clients over the entire state including in Bowling Green, Covington, Georgetown, Glasgow, Hopkinsville, Lexington, Louisville, Owensboro, Winchester and surrounding areas.
, a personal injury lawyer, can help you if you have been injured in a:
• Car Accident
• Truck Accident
• Motorcycle Accident
AGGRESSIVE INJURY ATTORNEY WITH PERSONAL TOUCH EQUALS RESULTS FOR YOU.
How can bankruptcy affect my personal injury claim?
- Feb 13th, 2012
If you have filed bankruptcy during the same time that you make a personal injury claim, then your claim becomes the property of your bankruptcy estate.Read more...Your Recovery for personal injury due to a motor vehicle accident is limited by the amount of insurance available.
- Jan 9th, 2012
The motor vehicle accident victim cannot fully recover their claim if there is not enough insurance to cover their claim no matter how seriously they are injured.Read more...What is an independent medical exam and how will it affect my case?
- Dec 28th, 2011
After a lawsuit is filed the at-fault insurance company can require the accident victim to be examined by a doctor of their choosing. This examination is called an independent medical exam but it is not independent and rarely hurts the Plaintiff's case significantly.Read more...What options do you have when the insurance company will not offer a reasonable amount of money to settle your claim?
- Dec 22nd, 2011
The personal injury victim has three options available to them when the insurance company fails to offer a reasonable settlement: sue, accept or wait.Read more...Kentucky Texting and Driving Laws Went into effect on January 1, 2011- Do you know them?
- Dec 14th, 2011Read more...How do you determine who is at fault in a center line case?
- Dec 7th, 2011
Several factors can help determine who crossed the center line at the time of the accident and it may be necessary to hire an accident construction expert in such a case.Read more...How to prove lost income in a personal injury claim?
- Nov 23rd, 2011
Medical proof and financial documents are normally required to prove lost income damages in a personal injury claim.Read more...Honesty is the best Policy in a Motor Vehicle Accident Case.
- Nov 16th, 2011
The honest Plaintiff obtains the best results in a motor vehicle accident case because juries and insurance adjusters do not like liars.Read more...How do you know if you achieved a GOOD RESULT in your Auto Accident Claim?
- Nov 12th, 2011
Many factors determine whether you received a GOOD RESULT in your auto accident case.Read more...Mediation explained.
- Nov 2nd, 2011
Mediation is an organized settlement conference where a mediator attempts to negotiate a settlement between the parties.Read more...If a lawsuit is necessary to resolve my accident claim, what will happen?
- Oct 28th, 2011
The Kentucky Auto Accident Attorney gives an overview of the litigation process involved with a motor vehicle accident case.Read more...What is Kentucky Statute of Limitations for Uninsured Motorist Claim? Motor
- Oct 26th, 2011
Uninsured motorist claim is considered a contractual claim and the statute of limitations is at least 2 years but it can be more.Read more...What damages can be claimed in Kentucky by the estate of a person killed by the negligence of another?
- Oct 13th, 2011
The type of damages that can be claimed in wrongful death case is somewhat different than the damages that can be claimed in a personal injury case.Read more...Did you suffer a brain injury in your motor vehicle accident?
- Oct 6th, 2011
Brain injuries occur frequently in motor vehicle accidents and you will need an experienced personal injury attorney to represent you.Read more...Pedestrian hit by Car or Truck- Who pays for medical expenses?
- Sep 29th, 2011
The Kentucky No-Fault laws establish an order of priority for payment of no-fault benefits and if the accident victim is a PEDESTRIAN, the laws require the insurance for the vehicle that struck the pedestrian to pay the medical expenses.Read more...Health Carrier Subrogation- How will it impact your motor vehicle accident personal injury claim?
- Sep 22nd, 2011
If you have a health carrier paying some of your medical expenses related to your motor vehicle personal injury claim, you will likely have to reimburse them out of your settlement.Read more...New way for an Insurance company to reduce the amount of your coverage- The "Driver-Step-Down" Provision.
- Sep 16th, 2011
Insurance companies may try to reduce the amount of coverage available to you with a new provision buried in your policy. You will need to help of a motor vehicle accident attorney to obtain the most coverage possible.Read more...Kentucky No-Fault pays for replacement services-Do you have this type of claim?
- Sep 6th, 2011
If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident, you can obtain reimbursement for services you normally perform but cannot due to your injuries.Read more...Will your vehicle insurance rates go up if you make an auto accident claim?
- Aug 30th, 2011
If you are not at fault in your auto, motorcycle or truck accident, your insurance rates should not increase as a result of your claim.Read more...Who pays the medical bills of an injured pedestrian?
- Aug 25th, 2011
Under Kentucky no-fault laws the pedestrian's medical expenses and lost wages may be paid by striking vehicle's no-fault coverage.Read more...What constitutes “use of a motor vehicle” so that you can make a claim for no-fault benefits due to your injury- Some unusual circumstances.
- Aug 10th, 2011
Kentucky no-fault covers many strange circumstances that you might no think would be covered because the situation is not the typical car accident.Read more...Injured motorist who fails to purchase no fault insurance forfeits $10,000 of their claim against the at fault party.
- Jul 28th, 2011
Uninsured driver is penalized for failing to buy no-fault insurance but generally it is still worth making a claim against the at fault driver.Read more...What claim can I make if I live in Kentucky and I am injured on someone else's motorcycle in Indiana?
- Jul 23rd, 2011
There are some complications involved when you are injured on another person's motorcycle in Indiana.Read more...Will Kentucky No-Fault Cover me if I am injured in another vehicle?
- Jul 21st, 2011
Kentucky no-fault will cover me if I am in another vehicle and that vehicle does not have insurance.Read more...How do I know the value of my personal injury claim when I am injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident?
- Jul 14th, 2011
Determining the value of a personal injury claim is complicated but it is essentially an educated guess about what amounts a jury would award if my case went to trial. Several factors must be taken into consideration.Read more...How long do I have to file my motor vehicle accident claim before it expires – Kentucky’s Statute of Limitations Updated?
- Jun 25th, 2011
An updated article addressing the issue of how long you have to file a motor vehicle accident claim.Read more...