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Lawrence & Associates Help a Client Get a Settlement That Contains Extra Money For a Future Surgery

Posted on Friday, August 22nd, 2014 at 3:18 pm    

settlementAt the firm of Lawrence & Associates in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, we fight for the rights of people who have suffered serious injuries and the families of fatal accident victims. We work tirelessly to help our clients get compensation and deal with the medical, financial and emotional effects of serious accidents. We want to share with you the results of a case we oversaw in September of 2011. We will supply as many details as possible while still respecting our clients need for privacy.

The Situation

Our client was in a motor vehicle accident in September 2011 when another driver ran a stop sign and T-boned her vehicle.

The Injury

Our client suffered low back pain and her doctor recommended surgery that our client was unable to go through because of her work schedule. She went to physical therapy instead but knew she was going to need surgery at some point in the future. The insurance company wouldn’t pay for a surgery that hadn’t happened yet, and our client needed help.

The Result

Lawrence & Associates got our client a settlement that not only paid for the physical therapy medical bills, but also contained extra money to be used for the future surgery. The other driver’s carrier was forced to compensate our client without hiding behind frivolous defenses.

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Lawrence & Associates Help a Client Who Was Hurt on a Bus Trip Passing Through Northern Kentucky

Posted on Friday, July 25th, 2014 at 2:24 pm    

Bus WreckAt the firm of Lawrence & Associates in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, we fight for the rights of people who have suffered serious injuries and the families of fatal accident victims. We work tirelessly to help our clients get compensation and deal with the medical, financial and emotional effects of serious accidents. We want to share with you the results of a case we oversaw in July 2013. We will supply as many details as possible while still respecting our clients need for privacy.

The Situation

Our client was traveling from Miami to Chicago by bus when the bus he was on had to make a sudden stop and ran off the road in Northern Kentucky. Since the wreck happened in Northern Kentucky, our client was forced to file a claim in a Kentucky court as well. The bus company’s insurance carrier did not believe that our client was injured in the wreck.

The Injury

Our client had been asleep when the wreck happened and was thrown into the air. He landed on an armrest on his lower back, which caused his injuries, including a disc bulge in his spinal column.

The Result

Lawrence & Associates was able to prove the injury was related to the bus wreck and forced the company’s insurance carrier to pay our client for his medical treatment and pain and suffering without him ever having to return to Kentucky or file a lawsuit. Contact us at (513) 351-5997 to speak with an attorney.


Lawrence & Associates Provided Free Legal Consultations on Weekends at the Richwood Flea Market This Summer

Posted on Friday, July 18th, 2014 at 3:32 pm    

The Attorneys of Lawrence & Associates provided free legal consultations at the Richwood Flea Market on Saturdays and Sundays between 9am – 5pm this summer. Thanks for meeting with us!

Richwood Flea Market

Kentuckys best and most loved Flea Market since 1980! Richwood Flea Market is your one stop shopping home for all things vintage and new. Whether you are looking for a bargain or looking for a home for your store, Richwood Flea Market is the place for you. Great family fun and food!
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Lawrence & Associates

Lawrence & Associates is a firm dedicated to helping accident victims and the families of fatal accident victims get the compensation and care they need to rebuild their lives. We also help people and their businesses obtain a fresh financial start through bankruptcy. Lawrence & Associates is located in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, and serves all of Northern Kentucky.


Hurt Working On the Water? Kentucky Workers’ Compensation Vs. The Jones Act (Admiralty Law)

Posted on Thursday, July 17th, 2014 at 7:48 am    

TugboatKentucky has a greater length of navigable waterways and streams than any other contiguous state, but many Kentucky attorneys know precious little about admiralty law. At Lawrence & Associates, we represent injured workers every day both in state based Worker’s Compensation and through the federal maritime courts. At our Fort Mitchell, Kentucky office, we fight for injured workers’ rights!

Compensation Via The Jones Act

The Jones Act (Admiralty Law) and Kentucky worker’s compensation systems offer very different remedies. Both the Jones Act and unseaworthiness claims under general maritime law allow for damages that are very similar to damages for other tort cases based in negligence. The plaintiff can present and recover for past and future medical expenses, past lost wages and future loss of earning capacity, and past and future pain and suffering.

Compensation Via Kentucky Workers’ Compensation

Worker’s Compensation claimants get Permanent Partial Disability. Permanent partial disability simply takes an impairment rating created by the American Medical Association, multiplies it by the employee’s average weekly wage and some arbitrary, statutorily derived factors, and then presents a weekly amount to be paid to the employee over the course of 425 weeks. This weekly sum replaces all lost earnings and pain and suffering damages that could be received in a trial.

If You Are Truly Injured, a Trial in Maritime Court Could Provide the Most Compensation

Although there are some other benefits received under the worker’s compensation system that can match or offer alternatives to a trial’s more traditional damages, generally an injured worker will receive greater damages via trial than through Worker’s Compensation. The only exception to this rule is a plaintiff that is not seriously injured, and who is likely to return to work with no impairment whatsoever. In that case, the lower cost and relative speed of the worker’s compensation system is an advantage to the plaintiff. Further, worker’s compensation allows for temporary total disability at two-thirds of the plaintiff’s average weekly wage until the injured worker reaches maximum medical improvement or returns to work. Maritime law’s corresponding benefit, Maintenance, is merely the replacement cost of daily expenses and is always far lower. So an injured worker whose damages are almost exclusively past, related medical bills and missing pay during a short period in which he or she cannot work may prefer the worker’s compensation system.

If you or someone you know has been injured on the job on the water, contact Lawrence & Associates today! We can help you get the benefits that you deserve!

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