Offering Skilled Legal Advocacy To Victims Of Motor Vehicle Accidents Since 1982
Great uncertainty follows serious motor vehicle accidents. How will you pay the medical bills? Will you or your loved one ever get back the quality of life that was enjoyed before the wreck? Can you and your family sustain lost income?
Experienced attorneys Richard Hay and Sarah Hay Knight, a father-daughter team, work diligently to get our clients the answers — and financial compensation — they need. We dedicate extensive resources to every case we accept, working with our clients personally and charging no fees or expenses unless we recover compensation for them. For this reason, we are only able to accept the most serious cases where we believe we can make the biggest difference for our clients.
Located in south central Kentucky, we represent victims of:
Serious car accidents
- Boating accidents
Richard Hay, a certified trial specialist, is one of few lawyers in Kentucky to win multiple million-dollar verdicts.
Were Your Injuries Caused By Defective Auto Parts?
In many cases, car wrecks are caused or made much worse by defective auto parts. Motor vehicles can be extremely dangerous due to door latch or seat failure, defective seat belts and air bags, lack of rollover stability and other design defects.
If a defective auto part is to blame for your injuries, or the loss of your loved one, it is important to hold the manufacturer accountable. It is not easy to go up against large auto companies, but at the Hay & Knight, PLLC we have done this — and prevailed — many times. We strive to hold negligent manufacturers responsible and prevent more people from being injured in the same dangerous vehicles.
Get The Legal Support You Need. Contact Us For A Complimentary Consultation.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or death in a motor vehicle accident, we urge you to contact us at our office in Somerset to learn whether we can help. Please call 606-679-2214 or submit this form to reach our law office and schedule a free initial consultation. This is your opportunity to discuss your case with an attorney; we will be honest with you about whether we believe you can recover compensation.