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How a Lawyer Can Save You Money After a Speeding Ticket
You may think it's easier to pay the speeding ticket, but in some cases, doing so will cost you more in the long run.
How to File a Workers' Compensation Claim
If you're hurt at work, you may not know what to do. Here are the first steps to take if you need to file a workers' compensation claim.
5 Ways to Make Buying a Home Easier
Buying a home is challenging. Our real estate attorney offers these five tips for making the process (a little) more smooth.
How K&W Can Help with a DWI
We know getting a DWI is scary, but we can help.
What is Wrongful Death?
Death is an unfortunate part of life. But when one person’s intentional act or negligent actions result in the death of another, a wrongful death has occurred.
What is Personal Injury?
In order to have a valid personal injury claim, you must first have suffered an injury to your body. Second, your injury must be the result of someone else’s fault.
Automobile Accidents
If you were injured in a car accident learn more about how we can help in this video.
Accidents Involving Alcohol
Were you injured in an accident where the other driver had been drinking? Learn how we can help in this video.
Auto Insurance – How it Works
Need to learn more about how car insurance works? This video helps outline it.
Auto Insurance – How Much to Buy
Not sure how much car insurance you need? This video can help you learn more.
Medical Payments Coverage
Do you have enough medical coverage? Not sure? Learn more with this video.
Workers' Compensation
Have you been injured on the job? We can help protect you. Watch the video above to learn how.
In too much of a rush and got caught speeding? We can help negotiate a favorable outcome without you having to even go to court.
Real Estate
Are you buying or selling your house or building? We can help you avoid pitfalls and make sure all the legal documents are in order.
If you’ve recently lost a loved one and are not sure where to begin in administering his or her estate we can help. Learn how in this video.
Do you have a Will? If you die without a Will, the state decides how to split up your assets and who is the best person to take your kids. Watch the video to see how we can help.
Revocable Living Trusts
As we make plans throughout life, it’s important to make a plan for the future of your family as well. A trust is a private way to make sure your assets are administered according to your wishes after your death.
Living Wills
Do you know your loved one’s wishes about medical treatments that prolong life? A living will is a document that outlines your wishes about medical treatment. Learn more in this video.
Power of Attorney
If you can’t make decisions for yourself, who do you trust to do so? Giving someone the power of attorney so they can handle medical and legal for you is very important. Learn why in this video.
Whether you are buying or selling, it’s important to have an attorney you can trust explaining the house closing process before you add your signature to the paperwork.
Property deeds are documents that legally transfer the ownership of a property from one person to another. Learn more about the different types and how we can help.
Title Searches
Know what you're paying for — and what you're getting into before you buy the property. Watch the video to learn more about title searches.
Estate Planning
There is more than just a Will to prepare. Learn how Kelly and West can help you prepare — and save money.
Elder Law
This type of planning includes documents for your estate, but also specific other documents such as care agreements and special types of deeds. Elder law also includes reviewing military history to see if a loved one may be eligible for VA benefits.
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Your accident might have a cause. Talk to the attorneys at Kelly and West to find out if you have a case.
Pedestrian Accidents
Getting hit by a car is terrifying. Talk to Kelly and West to find out what you can do to make sure your medical care is covered.
Infant Brain Damage
If a health care professional is at fault for your baby's injury, you may be entitled to financial help to pay for your child's future medical care.
Hit and Run
Hit and run? The team at Kelly and West can help make sure your case is investigated properly and that the medical and car repair costs covered.
Defective Products
Injured or affected by a consumer product? As a consumer, you have the right to recover from injuries due to product defects without having to prove the maker or seller was at fault.
Nusring Home Injuries
When you put yourself or your loved one in the care of a nursing home, you are putting a great deal of trust in them. If your loved one falls or is otherwise injured while in a nursing home, contact a personal injury attorney immediately.
If your injury is due to someone else’s negligent behavior — and could not have been prevented by you — it might be a case of negligence. A negligent act is not an intentional act, it is just a careless act that could have been prevented using reasonable care.
Dog Bites
Your neighbor’s dog may seem friendly. But the wrong dog and the wrong moment might leave you with a serious dog bite injury.
Medical Malpractice
Have you been injured or suffered longer than necessary because of an error at the doctor’s office or hospital? In the U.S., more than 195,000 people die each year because of medical errors.

What Our Clients

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Personal injury is a fancy way of saying you got hurt — and it’s something someone else caused or could have prevented. Accidents happen every single day, but if you get hurt in one, you may feel concerned or worried about paying for your medical bills or time you missed from work. That’s why people may choose to file a personal injury claim, a way of seeking monetary benefits for an injury caused by another person or company. 

personal injury termsIn 2017 alone, Nationwide insurance company paid $18.7 billion in claims to its members. Here are the top personal injury claims that affect most people:

Car Accidents

Yearly, there is estimated to be more than 6 million vehicle-related accidents in the United States. While this number is only increasing, drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists are in danger. Distractions such as smartphones, navigation systems or car-related functions might be the reason. Regardless, if you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you may be eligible for compensation. Make it a priority always to always visit a doctor after an accident, even if you feel fine. There are many cases where victims did not suffer physical injuries but sustained many internal injuries.

Slip and Fall

Slip and fall claims are a common personal injury claim. A slip and fall can occur anywhere, at work, home, in a restaurant. Elderly people are more likely to sustain a severe injury after a fall. Damage to the hip, head, back, and neck are very common. It may be difficult to prove a slip and fall claim. Contacting a lawyer after a slip and fall incident is crucial.

Product Liability

There is an average of 20,000 product liability claims that are filed in the United States each year alone. Many cases of product liability claims are defective toys, dangerous pet products, unsafe medical devices. Product liability typically has one of the highest average compensation values.

Workplace-Related Injuries

Have you fallen on the job? Work-related injuries are very common and can happen to anyone. Work-related injuries are often unreported due to fear of termination, but that means someone else may get hurt later in the same way. If you have been injured at work, report it immediately and contact a lawyer.

Medical Negligence

Medical negligence is another very commontype of personal injury claim. Medical negligence occurs when a healthcare provider doesn’t meet an adequate level of standard care required for a patient. This malpractice causes injury or harm as a result. There are many ways to prove medical negligence has occurred. Some examples are, failing to tell a patient of known risks, failure to diagnose, doctors negligence caused the injury and improper treatment was administered. Medical negligence is among one of the hardest and complex claims to prove and win; it requires many witnesses that must be willing to testify. However, that shouldn’t scare you off if you feel something wasn’t right with your medical care.

If you have questions about a personal injury, contact us for a free consultation.