The personal injury law firm of Miller & Durham offers sound legal advice and experienced representation to clients who have suffered serious injury or the loss of a loved one in an auto accident, due to medical malpractice or as a result of another’s negligence of any kind in the Elizabethtown area, Hardin County and all of Central Kentucky.
Our team of accomplished personal injury attorneys are focused on serving each of our clients well, not on serving as many clients as possible. We take a personal stake in the outcome of each case and will fight to get you the compensation you deserve for the needless harm you have suffered.
At Miller & Durham, you can talk to a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer for free to find out if you have a case and to get answers to your important questions. All personal injury clients are billed on a contingent fee basis, which means if we represent you in a personal injury claim or lawsuit, there will be absolutely no out-of-pocket legal fees for you to pay. Contact our offices today to schedule an appointment.
Our firm’s focus is to serve clients who have suffered a severe personal injury or the wrongful death of a loved one and recover maximum compensation in an insurance settlement or a jury award. Our comprehensive personal injury practice is complemented by an array of other services aimed at helping our clients address everyday family, financial and legal challenges. Miller & Durham is a law firm you can turn to in times of need.
Whether you need help to fight a denied insurance claim after a serious car accident, or to hold a doctor or hospital to account for serious medical malpractice, the lawyers of Miller & Durham will be there to guide you, to protect your rights and to aggressively advocate your interests. Contact our Elizabethtown area offices now for a free case evaluation.
The Kentucky Bar Association requires us to state: COURT COSTS AND CASE EXPENSES WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CLIENT. Court costs and expenses will be deducted from the recovery before calculating the contingent fee.
In the event that no compensation is recovered clients will not be liable for any costs or expenses.