What Happens When You're In An Out-Of-State Accident?

Whether the destination is across the country or just a few states away, a well-deserved and long-awaited vacation often involves a road trip. In a matter of moments, the excitement of adventure can turn into a nightmare.

Being in a car accident is stressful on its own, but if that car accident takes place while you're out of town, the stress can multiply. From dealing with unfamiliar places to wondering how to get your car home, the questions may seem endless. If someone was injured in that accident, you will feel even more overwhelmed.

At Aldridge & Aldridge Law Firm in Elizabethtown, our attorney knows how to help people who have been injured in accidents. We'll dedicate our time and effort to getting you full compensation.

Get answers and a guide through the process by calling 502-855-7600 for a free initial consultation.

What Compensation Might Be Available?

In most cases, the location of an accident determines which state will handle the lawsuit. There are exceptions, and we can give you a comprehensive overview of the situation at your free initial consultation. You may be entitled to damages for your injuries, including:

  • Physical: These can range from broken bones to injuries causing permanent or temporary disability.
  • Catastrophic: This includes traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries.
  • Monetary: This includes loss of income, benefits and reimbursement for medical bills.
  • Emotional: You can be compensated for the pain and suffering you or your loved one has endured.

The Personal Injury Lawyer You Need On Your Side

Our attorney understands the laws and rules of Kentucky, and we can give you a thorough overview of the process and procedures involved in out-of-state car accident lawsuits. Email us today to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns.