Personal Injury and Tort Law
Aggressive Representation In A Broad Range Of Personal Injury Cases
Sustaining an injury can have serious personal and financial ramifications. As a result, you may lose the ability to work, suffer great physical and mental pain, or accumulate a significant amount of medical bills.
At Rose Grasch Camenisch Mains PLLC, we understand the consequences of a personal injury, and the difficulty that can come from ever-accruing bills and endless insurance claims.
With significant experience in resolving claims, as well as in litigation, our attorneys have represented clients involved in motor vehicle accidents, medical and nursing home malpractice, employment discrimination, claims of sexual abuse, and many others. We have achieved some of the largest verdicts and judgements in Kentucky.
Our attorneys have assisted clients throughout the legal process involving personal injuries. In particular, we have represented clients who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents and cases involving premises liability, to name a few.
Representation Across Kentucky
Our attorneys have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of cases involving serious injuries, both simple and complex, including:
- Medical malpractice actions
- Product liability cases
- Employment discrimination
- Nursing home litigation
- Wrongful death
Attorney Albert F. Grasch, Jr. is well recognized in our state for his role in several groundbreaking cases, including being responsible for obtaining one of the largest personal injury verdicts in Central Kentucky and aiding some of the largest settlements in the Commonwealth.
Attorney Jim Thomerson litigated and accomplished the largest individual plaintiff settlement ever in Kentucky in an in-jail death case.
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Contact one of our attorneys to receive an in-depth consultation about your dispute or case. To speak to one of our attorneys today, contact our Lexington, Kentucky, office at 859-721-2100 or complete our contact form.