The attorneys and investigators in this practice area serve our clients when they need legal representation the most. Whether it is the unbearable pain and suffering of a serious injury or the loss of income from the inability to work, we are especially sensitive to the needs of those individuals involved in accidents causing serious personal injury. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. There is no charge to you unless a settlement or verdict is achieved on your behalf.
Upon being retained, our firm will represent you in all matters including but not limited to: letters of administration, probating a will, dealing with insurance companies, obtaining social security benefits, worker’s compensation benefits, and pension and job-related disability benefits.
The attorneys who will handle your case have a proven track record of securing substantial monetary settlements and/or verdicts on behalf of our clients and their families.
The attorneys working with K&I have secured over $15 million for clients who were victims of very serious accidents.
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A few recent cases won for our clients include:
- $4.5 million for a law enforcement officer’s wife who died following childbirth because of a negligent misdiagnosis of a fatal liver disorder.
- $3.9 million recovered on behalf of law enforcement officer who died due to serious negligence by a medical facility.
- $2.875 million for a construction worker injured on the job.
- $2.875 million for a law enforcement officer’s 14-year-old son who fractured his back going down a fire pole in a volunteer fire department. The adult firefighter asked the boy if he would like to slide down the pole. The young boy obliged and injured himself on the way down.
- $1.7 million recovered for a union worker involved in a serious job site accident. Employer was proven at fault.
Below are additional examples of past settlements and jury awards won on behalf of our clients:
- Construction Accident – $10,500,000 Settlement
- Medical Malpractice – $7,000,000 Settlement
- Construction Accident – $975,000 Settlement
- Medical Malpractice – $850,000 Settlement
- Medical Malpractice – $750,000 Settlement
- Construction Accident – $1.8 Million Settlement
- Construction Accident – $2 Million Settlement
- Automobile Accident – $8 Million Settlement
- Construction Accident – $8 Million Settlement
- Automobile Accident – $750,000 Settlement
- Construction Accident – $3.4 Million Settlement
- Construction Accident – $3.75 Million Settlement
Read more about our Personal Injury Success Stories and how we have helped people who have been injured.
Personal Injury FAQs
What to do if you are injured
Injuries occur in all walks of life. Whether you are injured at work, at home, while shopping or as a result of medical malpractice. Contact your attorney immediately. Following his/her advice will help to protect your legal rights. For example, if you are involved in an automobile accident, follow these simple rules.
- Keep calm and take time to protect your passengers and car. Call for an ambulance for any injured parties, if required. Set flares, if you carry them, and do not leave the scene of the accident.
- Don’t discuss the accident with anyone or blame anyone, including yourself. Exchange only license, registration, and motor vehicle identification card.
- Give only your name, address, license number, license plate number, name of registered owner of the car and your insurance company. Show your driver’s license to the other party.
- Take down the name, address, operator’s license number, date of birth, sex, state of license and phone number of the other driver.
- Write down the other car owner’s name, address, and insurance company. The driver may not be the owner of the car.
- Seek information from the police for all injured parties involved, including passengers. Take down the names, addresses, dates of birth, sex and extent of the injury.
- Be sure to write down the name, addresses and phone numbers of any people who saw the accident, but weren’t involved in it. Passengers in accidents are not witnesses.
- Note the make, body type, year and license plate number of the other vehicle. Also, make note of the damage to the other vehicle.
- Note the date and time of the accident. Write down the location (street intersection or landmark).
Report the accident to your broker or agent immediately. If the accident involves death or injury report it without delay to the police department. Obtain a copy of their report within 24 hours.