A Trusted Legal Advocate Can Help After A Crash
Motor vehicle collisions are scary. The resulting injuries often cause physical pain, financial strain and emotional exhaustion. Wrecks involving trucks are particularly upsetting because the injuries involved are often serious, if not catastrophic.
Rawdon & Cantrill Attorneys At Law understands the significance of crashes involving trucks. So how can a lawyer help after a truck wreck? Founding attorney Richard M. Rawdon is always on the cutting edge of knowledge about truck accidents. He uses his experience and knowledge to advocate for victims in an individualized way that big-city lawyers don’t.
Mr. Rawdon will personally assist with the following:
- He will investigate the accident.
- He will examine the trucking company.
- He will initiate, handle and complete paperwork.
- He will advocate for the care you need.
- He will speak to insurance companies.
- He will file a personal injury lawsuit.
- He will fight for you.
- He will keep fighting for you.
After a collision with a truck, your voice needs to be heard. A good attorney will be your voice, advocate and strength in the fight to obtain the money and justice you deserve. You have your recovery to focus on. You shouldn’t battle alone, and with knowledgeable counsel next to you, you won’t.
Experience You Can Count On
Mr. Rawdon has 50 years of experience assisting injury victims in Kentucky. He uses that experience, but also continues to learn, train and grow to help victims fight for justice. Much like training for his marathons, Mr. Rawdon continues to expand his knowledge, strategies and performance to provide representation you can trust.
To Get Help From A Lawyer, Schedule A Consultation
If you or someone you love was injured in an accident with a semi truck, contact Rawdon & Cantrill Attorneys At Law today. Call the Georgetown office at 502-316-6509 or send an email to get a partner in your pursuit for compensation and justice. The friendly staff at Rawdon & Cantrill Attorneys At Law is ready to assist you.