You Deserve Maximum Compensation After A Serious Injury
You never thought you would get seriously injured in an accident. But it happened, and now you are in chronic pain and limited in what you can do for yourself. While you are recovering, your present and future ability to support yourself and your family can be in doubt.
If you facing this situation in Franklin County, you are not alone. Robinson Salyers, PLLC, represents personal injury victims because of somebody else’s negligence. Our experienced attorneys are local to the area and are proud to help members of the community take on the insurance companies for rightful compensation. We handle all types of personal injury claims, including:
- Motor vehicle accidents, such as collisions that happen on I-64 and U.S. 60
- Premises liability (slip-and-fall accidents)
- Dog bites
- Medical malpractice
- Defective and malfunctioning medical devices
- Exposure to toxic substances
- Wrongful death
Types of Serious Injuries Our Clients Have
A disabling injury can happen to any part of your body, affecting your quality of life in various ways. Common injuries that we handle include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Neck, back and spinal cord injuries
- Amputated hands, feet and limbs
- Severe burns
Even though you might have a mountain of evidence that your injuries were due to an individual’s or business’ negligence, their insurance company is likely to try to avoid paying what you are owed. They may try to deny your claim, make an inadequate settlement offer or even claim you are lying about your injuries.
John Robinson, one of our founding attorneys, used to work as a defense lawyer for insurance companies. He knows how they think and what strategies they use to try to get personal injury victims to accept less money than they deserve. By countering these maneuvers and working toward a fair settlement, we help put more compensation in your pocket. If an acceptable settlement is not possible, we will take your claim to trial. Our team will do everything possible to ensure your family is not harmed financially.