The effects of a traumatic accident can ripple through all aspects of life, affecting your job, your family and certainly your finances. If someone else caused your injury, personal injury law provides a way for you to seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.
The experienced personal injury lawyers of Monohan & Blankenship work with victims of serious accidents and their family members on all types of serious injury and wrongful death cases. As one of the oldest law firms in Boone County, we draw on extensive legal knowledge and experience to give our clients the support they need during extremely stressful times.
Our goal is to calm your fears and give you peace of mind as we seek the compensation you are entitled to. We can assist with cases involving:
- Car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycles and other motor vehicle accidents
- Dog bites and animal attacks
- Slip-and-fall accidents (premises liability claims)
- Traumatic brain injuries, broken bones and other serious injuries
- Nursing home neglect and abuse
- Medical negligence
If you are unable to return to work after a serious accident, we can also assist you with seeking Social Security Disability benefits.
You Deserve Fair Compensation
It is important to hold negligent parties fully accountable. In motor vehicle accidents and some other types of cases, you may not be confronting the person responsible directly but rather their insurance company. We are not afraid of taking on larger insurance companies and other powerful interests if they offer you
No Fees Unless We Win Your Case
We offer free consultations to prospective personal injury clients, and we generally take personal injury cases on contingency, meaning you will not pay any fees unless we help you receive compensation. Call us at 859-795-4243 to discuss what happened and how we can help. You may also send us a message through our online form, and we will get back to you. Based in Florence, our attorneys work with clients throughout Northern Kentucky and Ohio.