For years, Kentuckians have turned to our law firm because:
- We are focused exclusively on helping Kentucky accident victims. We don’t represent insurance companies or businesses. We represent real people who are struggling to recover from serious injuries. People just like you.
- We have insider knowledge about how insurance companies work. Attorneys Roy Collins and Dan Yeast worked for insurance companies for years. They understand how insurance companies work and think. They have the knowledge, the resources, and the Kentucky Courage to fight the big insurance companies.
- We know the Kentucky legal system. As local car accident lawyers, we aren’t afraid to take your case to trial to fight for maximum compensation. And if we do go to trial, guess who’s on the jury? People from Kentucky – just like our attorneys here at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer. Make sure you choose car accident attorneys who know Kentucky to help you pursue the justice you deserve after your auto accident.
- We provide full-service representation for car accident claims. Our attorneys do much more than taking on the auto insurance companies. There are many times when we may identify that our clients also deserve workers’ compensation benefits or Social Security Disability benefits. We fight on all fronts to demand the full and fair compensation you need.
It takes courage to pick up the pieces after a devastating auto accident. It takes courage to keep pushing for the justice you deserve. At Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, we provide the Kentucky Courage you need to get through this tough time.
Please contact us now to get the legal help you need. Schedule your free consultation.
How Do I Get Transportation After a Car Accident?
After an auto accident, you immediately face the hassles that come with losing your transportation. One of the first things people ask after a car accident is how to get another car, so they can get where they need to go and continue with their lives.
At Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, not only will we fight for maximum compensation for medical bills, vehicle damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering — we’ll help you get a ride.
Your Options for Getting Temporary Transportation
Your damaged car is being processed. You may never drive it again. Whether you can get it fixed — or it’s totaled — it’ll take time and money for you to get something new to drive permanently.
In the meantime, your life goes on. You and your family need the freedom to get where you need to go.
You can look in two places to quickly arrange a new car to drive:
- Your own insurance policy may have a provision to provide you a rental car after an accident.
- The other driver’s insurance policy may cover a rental car for you.
At Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer, our legal team will help you navigate what your insurance offers. And as soon as we are able to identify the insurance company for the at-fault party, we will contact them to demand that they provide you with a rental car until your vehicle can be repaired or replaced.
How Are Medical Bills Paid in Auto Accident Cases?
One of the biggest pressures you will face after you’re hurt in a car accident is how to pay for your medical treatment. Those bills pile up fast.
You’re hurting, and the last thing you want is to wrangle with an insurance company to get medical care. But insurance companies often just make things complicated. Health insurance companies don’t want to pay if they think car insurance companies should cover your injuries. Car insurance companies always look out for themselves first, not for you.
You would think they would understand you need help. The car accident lawyers at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer understand. We work quickly to identify solutions for paying your medical bills so you don’t have to worry about it.
These are sources of money to pay for your medical care early in your case:
- Your own car insurance company. In Kentucky, the insurance carrier for the car you’re in at the time of the accident is responsible for a portion of your medical bills, usually up to $10,000.
- Your private health insurance. Your health insurance policy may pay for your medical treatment related to the accident.
- Medicaid. If you have Medicaid health care coverage, designed for people with limited incomes, that coverage may pay for your medical care.
- Medicare. If you have Medicare coverage for people over 65 or people with disabilities, that may provide coverage for your injuries.
One of the first steps we take is to make sure your health insurance carrier has the information it needs about your accident. Sometimes under Medicaid, for example, doctors refuse to treat you because they think auto accident injuries should be covered by someone else.
The attorneys at Morgan, Collins, Yeast & Salyer stand up for you at every step in the process. You don’t have to pay anything for us to evaluate your case. Get your free consultation now!