How We Can Help You Get The Financial Recovery You Deserve
Living with an injury or disability can be stressful, to say the least. We get that. At Curt Hamilton Injury Law, we focus our entire practice on helping people get the financial resources they need to live a better life. We can help you pursue financial recovery through a personal injury claim, workers’ compensation claim, disability benefits or all three, if appropriate. We will work hard to pursue every avenue for compensation.
The Advantage Of A Local Law Firm
We’re proud to be firmly rooted in the Henderson community. We care about helping our friends, neighbors and community members who have experienced challenging injuries and tremendous losses.
When you’re injured or need disability benefits, you don’t have to look beyond Henderson to get the proven legal help you deserve. We’re here, right in your backyard, and ready to get to work for you.
There are many advantages to working with us. These are just a few:
- We’re right here, in your community. Because we’re local, we can go to the accident scene and auto repair shops, taking photos and gathering evidence. We know the roads where accidents happen, and we know local businesses and warehouses where work accidents happen. We can paint a full picture of the accident much better than an out-of-towner who isn’t familiar with the area.
- We’re flexible and available to meet your needs. An out-of-town lawyer may not have the capacity to meet with you in person. We offer in-person meetings as well as video visits, phone calls, home visits and even hospital visits.
- We’re committed to connecting with you on a personal level. The people we help are in our community, and they often become our friends as well as our clients. We truly care about you and the impact of your injury or disability on your daily life. When you work with us, you will have a trusted partner on your side from beginning to end.
We can help you if you’re in Kentucky or across the river in Indiana. Our lawyers are well-versed in the laws and courts of both states.