Standing Up For You
Fighting For Personal Injury Compensation
A sudden accident immediately throws your life into chaos. For some people, this can mean a lifetime of painful disabilities and an inability to work and earn the living they were used to. When someone else causes these losses, it’s important to remember that you have options for seeking compensation that can help you weather the storm.
In Louisville and across Kentucky, accident victims and their families have turned to personal injury attorney David Gray of Gray Law, PLLC, for guidance and the aggressive advocacy they need to recover the compensation they deserve.
Gray Law, PLLC, accepts all cases on a contingency basis, meaning you owe nothing until you secure compensation.
Handling All Types Of Accident Claims
David Gray has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients injured in all types of accidents, including:
- Car accidents involving commercial trucks, motorcycles, pedestrians, drunk drivers and more
- Injuries caused by defective products, including industrial machinery, medical devices and prescriptions drugs
There is a difference between being a good attorney and a skilled trial attorney. A trial attorney like David Gray knows how to properly build a case — including securing evidence, consulting with experts and finding and deposing the right witnesses — and present compelling arguments before a judge and jury.
The insurance companies know this as well, which has led to favorable settlements for many clients, allowing them to avoid lengthy trials. By being able to prepare for trial from the beginning, however, you will be working with an attorney who knows how to anticipate any obstacles and prepare for what the defense will say.
Starting Fighting Back Today
Do not count on the insurance companies to hand over the compensation that you deserve. Call Gray Law, PLLC, today at 502-744-7334 or send an email to talk with an experienced attorney like David Gray about your case at a free consultation and learn more about how he can fight for you. You will owe no fees unless and until you secure compensation.