At Emery Law Office, we help those who have been injured, by the negligence of another, in a motor vehicle accident in either Kentucky or Indiana. The types of cases we handle include:
Motor vehicle accidents
Commercial vehicle accidents
Pedestrians struck by a motor vehicle
Bicyclists hit by a motor vehicle
Public transit (such as TARC) accidents
Although Emery Law Office opened in May of 2017, Attorney Melissa Emery has been representing Kentucky and Indiana residents with their personal injury cases for a decade. We believe that a successful claim begins with a positive client-attorney relationship. Our clients will experience excellent service from all members of our team – from receptionist to paralegal to attorney. We believe that the case belongs to the client, not to the attorney, medical providers or insurance companies and, therefore, the final decision on all case matters belongs to the client.
Review of Auto Insurance Coverages
30 Minutes • No Charge
Bring in a current copy of your auto insurance policy and Attorney, Melissa Emery, will review your coverages with you. To take advantage of this service, please contact our office to schedule.
At Emery Law Office, we wish that auto insurance policies weren’t so confusing. As the system works now, however, people often don’t understand the intricacies of their coverage. Everyone deserves to have peace of mind when they’re out on the road. Because of the lack of clarity surrounding policy decisions, we offer a free auto policy review to anyone seeking a little guidance. The two areas where policies are most often lacking are uninsured motorist (UM) and underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage. These types of coverage cover costs incurred in when you are injured or your car is damaged by a driver without sufficient coverage, or without insurance at all. In Kentucky, UM coverage is standard on every policy, but you’d be surprised by how many people waive that coverage unknowingly. If you’re in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver and you lack these policies, you can end up paying out-of-pocket for damages caused through no fault of your own. Click here to learn more from the Emery Law Office Blog.