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102 East Main Street, Suite 7, Georgetown, Kentucky 40324
859-813-5614 859-813-5614

Georgetown Personal Injury Attorneys

Providing compassionate assistance for victims in Kentucky

Personal injury is a serious matter that can drastically affect your health, your job, your family and your future. If you have suffered an injury because of somebody else’s negligence, you need an experienced personal injury attorney by your side. While you concentrate on getting well, the attorneys at Larmour Law Offices, PSC in diligently pursue the compensation you need to get your life back on track.

Experienced lawyers on your side

Our personal injury attorneys are experienced in this area of the law. We have witnessed the heartache that results from serious injury and wrongful death. With compassion and resolve, we have achieved justice for families devastated by motor vehicle accidents, defective products, dangerous prescription drugs, unsafe work conditions and professional medical negligence. We take great satisfaction in helping injured victims obtain full compensation for their past and future medical bills, lost income, emotional distress, and pain and suffering. By teaming with the finest physicians, engineers, and other experts, we are able to maximize your recovery.

Knowledgeable help when you need it most

Consulting an attorney immediately following an injury is essential to the preservation of crucial evidence and witness testimony. In addition, Kentucky law places time limits on filing personal injury claims. To ensure timely investigation of your claim, our attorneys can schedule appointments on weekends or evenings and make hospital and home visits.

Contact a personal injury law firm you can trust

Call us at 859-813-5614 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation today. From our Georgetown office, we represent families and individuals throughout central Kentucky, including Fayette, Woodford, Scott, Bourbon and Franklin counties.

Discounts available for military, nurses, teachers, police officers and fire fighters.