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Louisville Personal Injury Attorneys

Serving Victims Throughout Kentucky

Recognized for our experience in handling the most difficult personal injury cases, the respected Louisville personal injury lawyers at Paul A. Casi, II, P.S.C. serve to hold negligent individuals and medical professionals responsible for careless actions against the people of Kentucky. Attorneys Paul A. Casi, II, and Jeff W. Adamson are committed to providing compassionate advocacy for the injury victims we serve.

Awards

  • Louisville’s Top Lawyers in Louisville Magazine
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • American Association for Justice
  • Super Lawyers
  • Best Lawyers in America

Dedicated To Helping You Get The Maximum Compensation You Rightfully Deserve!

Focus on getting better after an injury—Paul A. Casi, II, P.S.C. and team will handle the rest!

Areas of Practice

We Have Over 35 Years of Collective Experience Helping The Injured

Why Turn to Our Firm?

If you are a victim of a brain injury, birth injury, truck accident, or lost a loved one to wrongful death, the attorneys at Paul A. Casi, II, P.S.C. are equipped to help. We help victims all across Kentucky in their pursuit for justice.

Our legal team cares about your future and well-being. Trust that we will do everything in our power to obtain the maximum compensation you are owed.

About Our Firm

Recognized for our experience in handling the most difficult personal injury cases, the respected Louisville personal injury attorneys at Paul A. Casi, II, P.S.C. serve to hold negligent individuals and medical professionals responsible for careless actions against the people of Kentucky. Attorneys Paul A. Casi, II, and Jeff W. Adamson are committed to providing compassionate advocacy for the injury victims we serve.

  • We Have More Than 36 Years of Collective Experience
  • Listed in Best Lawyers in America
  • Awarded Kentucky Super Lawyers
  • Louisville’s Top Lawyers in Louisville Magazine

Frequently Asked Questions

Most people looking for a personal injury attorney have never filed a lawsuit before. We understand that this is a confusing and perhaps frustrating time for you and your family, which is why we've provided answers to some of the most common questions about personal injury cases. If you have additional questions, please reach out to us at (502) 234-7451.
  • How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
    According to the Kentucky Revised Statutes section 413.140(1)(a) the statute of limitations in Kentucky is one year. This means you have one year from the date of your injury to file a claim or you may lose your right to compensation. Kentucky does allow some exceptions to this one-year rule. If an injury victim is a minor at the time of injury, they have one year from the date of their injury to file a claim. Likewise, if an individual is found legally mentally incapacitated at the time of the injury, they have one year from the date of mental recovery to file a claim. Last, if the defendant is absent from the state of Kentucky before a claim can be filed, the time they spend out of state will most likely not be counted as part of the one-year time limit. There are, however, specific rules when it comes to medical malpractice cases. Check out our medical malpractice case to learn more.
  • What Damages Can I Recover in a Personal injury Case?
    There are three main types of damages available in a personal injury case, each one aims to compensate for the injury victim in different ways. The first two falls under the umbrella of “compensatory damages” which means the main purpose of these two damages is to compensate the injury victim for a specific loss and includes economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages compensate for financial losses associated with suffering an injury such as medical expenses and missed days at work. Non-economic damages, as the name suggests, compensates for more abstract losses such as pain and suffering and emotional distress. The last type of damages, punitive damages, differ from compensatory damages in that their main purpose is to punish the negligent party for their careless actions. As such punitive damages are not rewarded very often.

Personal Injury Information Center

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