Learn how to begin a government vehicle accident personal injury or wrongful death caseContact Mike
You are here for legal advice about your personal injury or wrongful death case. Mike Burman at Burman Law offers a free consultation to answer your questions. During your consultation - if you are comfortable - Mike will also cover these six key steps with you:
Mike is a death and injury lawyer with 25+ years of experience helping hundreds of accident victims against at-fault commercial operators and careless drivers of all types. Other lawyers often call Mike for advice with their personal injury lawsuits and wrongful death lawsuits. Once you begin your free case evaluation with Mike, you will know the legal advice is coming from an experienced attorney who wants to help you.
There is never any pressure. Your consultation is strictly confidential. Mike will provide legal advice and answer all your questions. and explain traffic laws, so you know what is important about your case. If you are dealing with a government employee or an insurance company adjuster, Mike will give you advice based on years of experience. Mike and the staff at Burman Law understand that starting a personal injury case or wrongful death case can be overwhelming and intimidating. To help you, the friendly legal team at Burman Law average over 10 years of paralegal experience with personal injury claims and wrongful death claims. Your free access to the Burman Law Client Portal means you stay informed. You can contact us through the portal, by phone, by text, or by email. If you contact us on a workday, we almost always can respond to you that day.
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Government vehicle accident cases involve legal issues not present in the typical auto accident case. Government entity cases can be very bureaucratic due to the number of government agencies involved. Government immunity or governmental immunity is a legal doctrine that can limit the recovery in a car accident claim involving the state or federal government. Administrative claims usually must be exhausted before filing a lawsuit over a car accident claim. Shorter time limitations from the date of the accident are often in play. Mike is an experienced car accident attorney who has handled cases against police officers who were at fault in car accidents. Mike has handled a case against a mail truck and a fire truck. The accident report or police report needs to be checked for non-biased accuracy following a car crash with a police car or government-owned vehicle. These cases not only need a competent car accident lawyer, but these cases also need an attorney and staff who can deal with the red tape. Car accidents involving federal vehicles involve the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). The FTCA provides a limited waiver of the government’s sovereign immunity when its employees are negligent within the scope of their employment. The government can only be sued “under circumstances where the United States, if a private person, would be liable to the claimant in accordance with the law of the place where the act or omission occurred.” 28 U.S.C. S 1346(b). Tennessee cases must be brought under the Tennessee Governmental Tort Liability Act (TGTLA). Kentucky cases are brought to the attention of the Kentucky Board of Claims.
Once you decide to enter an attorney-client relationship with us, our legal team will help you:
We handle every type of Government vehicle crash or motor vehicle accident where the at-fault driver has failed to meet the duty required to operate a Government vehicle. We handle motorcycle accident cases involving punitive damages and non-economic damages for pain and suffering. Our legal team is also experienced in medical malpractice cases that sometimes arise within car accident cases. We handle or assist with probate matters involving a decedent in a wrongful death lawsuit. We hand loss of consortium cases for the loss of a spouse or minor child. Our experience ranges from semi-trucks and trailers to farm vehicles. Our case values range from tens of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars. We can practice in all federal or state courts throughout Kentucky and Tennessee. Burman Law is a Government vehicle accident lawyer with offices in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and Clarksville, Tennessee to better serve you.
Every driver has a duty to exercise ordinary care for the safety of other persons using the highway. We investigate and prove fault by motorists who:
Government vehicle accident personal injury and death cases require quick attention from an experienced personal injury law firm. Mike Burman is a personal injury attorney with the staff and financial resources needed to take on any insurance company. As your Government vehicle accident lawyer, Mike Burman and his law firm will work quickly to:
In every personal injury case, we investigate and preserve evidence. We locate and contact all available witnesses. We notify all necessary parties and insurance companies, notify all lienholders, gather and protect evidence and damages, prepare a settlement demand, negotiate a Government vehicle accident settlement, resolve liens, and distribute a fair settlement to you. Automobile injury and death cases require quick attention from an experienced personal injury law firm. Mike Burman is a personal injury attorney with the staff and financial resources needed to take on any insurance company. As your automobile accident lawyer, Mike Burman and his law firm will work quickly to answer all your questions and learn about your injuries-including those hard-to-find injuries that are oftentimes overlooked, such as brain injuries or labral tears in the hip.
Once evidence from the scene is secure, we use information technologies to transform this evidence into a visual representation of your Government vehicle crash to prove the harms and losses behind your injuries. Our in-house media service prepares professional digital charts, blowups, and videos while keeping costs under control. Our goal is to communicate your case so that anyone can “be sure” what happened and “understand” what should be done to right the wrong done to you. We work to provide the insurance adjuster with a thorough evaluation of your case so you achieve a full and fair out-of-court settlement. But if you must file suit, Burman Law will help prepare your case for trial. At trial, we will visualize your case to the jury, so the jury understands exactly what happened to you, and how your life changed. In this way, the jury has the power to right the wrong done to you.
Insurance companies and insurance adjusters use several tactics to deny claims and pay less than the value of the claim. Some of the most common we see are:
We are paid a percentage of the money recovered in your case. Many personal injury lawyers now charge a fee of 40% to begin your case. Our fee has been one-third for more than twenty-five plus years. We do not spend time or money on expensive television ads, and we pass that savings on to you. There are no hidden disclaimers. We are transparent at all times.
With our free consultation and case evaluation services, you can confidentially discuss your crosswalk case with Mike Burman at no charge. Mike will help you understand your rights and give you a plan of action. There is never any pressure. We put all fees and case expenses in writing. We will set you up with access to a free client portal so you can post anything you want 24/7/365. We respond to portal messages by the next business day, or sooner. And you can always contact Mike on his personal cell phone number which he will give you when you hire him to be your government vehicle accident attorney. Burman Law staff average ten years of experience. Mike has more than 25+ years of experience in personal injury and wrongful death involving Government vehicle accidents and safety in Kentucky and Tennessee.
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