Protecting The Rights Of Kentucky’s Injured Victims And Their Families
In Hopkins County, Kentucky, coal has been king for many years. Although an economic blessing, mining has also taken a toll on the miners who worked in the mines. As a result, the area is home to countless victims of black lung, emphysema and other mining-related illnesses. Today, as coal mining continues, and with the addition of both light and heavy industrial jobs, injuries and illnesses remain prevalent.
At Springer Law Firm, we have dedicated a large part of our practice to protecting those who suffered due to workplace accidents, and we continue to provide legal support to individuals and families whose lives have changed because of accidents, injuries and disabilities.
Providing Assistance To Those In Need In Hopkins County
We offer assistance to those seeking workers’ compensation benefits, personal injury and wrongful death compensation, and Social Security Disability benefits. In all three areas, the benefits of having a strong legal ally are many.
- Workers’ compensation: If you are pursuing workers’ compensation benefits, we can take the stress off of your spouse or other family members by guiding you through the claims process. In addition to providing guidance, having an attorney means you will not be taken advantage of by your employer’s insurance company.
- Personal injury and wrongful death: Whether it was you or someone you love who sustained injuries in a car accident, a trucking accident or a slip-and-fall accident, we can help you work to maximize compensation. Additionally, by allowing our attorney, Thomas Springer, to shoulder the legal burdens on your behalf, you can focus on your recovery.
- Social Security Disability: We understand the challenges the victims of permanent disabilities face, and we know the stress the loss of jobs and incomes places on families. If you need legal help obtaining Social Security Disability benefits, our lawyer will fight diligently for you.
Injury Victims And Their Families Can Regain Financial Security With Our Help
If you would like to learn how we can help you obtain the compensation or benefits you need to care for yourself and your family, we invite you to call 270-875-4381 or email us to schedule an initial consultation at our law office in Madisonville.