Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

If you have been injured in an accident caused by someone else's negligence, the law entitles you to compensation for your injuries so you can overcome the burdens of medical bills, lost wages, and other damages. If you have lost a loved one, you may also have a right to seek compensation.

At Kizer & Black, Attorneys, PLLC, experienced personal injury attorneys Melanie E. Davis, Cathy H. Morton, and Ashley E. Bentley help injured people get fair results. If you are suffering from accident injuries, contact us at 865-982-7650 or by e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation. We have flexible payment options including arrangements where you will not owe a fee unless you are compensated.

Pursue Fair Compensation for Negligent Accidents

Negligence is a legal term for the failure to follow a basic standard of careful behavior and causing an injury to someone else. Any accident involving negligence can be the subject of a lawsuit for compensation, but the most common scenarios include the following:

  • Car wrecks
  • Other motor vehicle accidents, including motorcycle and tractor trailer collisions
  • Slip and fall incidents
  • Dangerous property conditions
  • Animal attacks

Personal injury law entitles people to seek compensation for their injuries sustained in an accident, and wrongful death law entitles families to hold the guilty party accountable.

Understanding Complex Insurance Issues

Many people who have been in accidents have multiple sources of potential payment for their medical bills and other out-of-pocket expenses. Your private health insurance company, Medicare, or Medicaid may partially or fully cover your medical bills. If you receive a settlement or verdict on a personal injury claim, you may or may not need to repay these providers.

This is an increasingly complex area of law and one where our lawyers have the knowledge to plan ahead and pursue the best possible results for you. Contact us to discuss how we can help you as you recover from your accident injuries.