We will go to work for you at Kaine Law. If we find that another party’s negligence resulted in your injuries and losses, we will stop at nothing to pursue compensation for your damages.
Whether you were hurt by a car accident, slip and fall, or an aggressive dog, our team can calculate the cost of your damages and pursue them accordingly. A personal injury lawyer serving Gainesville can handle everything involved in your case. You do not have to worry about anything. We can manage it all.
What Is Kaine Law?
With our 20 years of collective experience, we advocate on behalf of people who have been hurt due to the negligence of others. We have recovered millions of dollars for people who have been hurt in the following situations:
- Automobile accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Property damage and diminished value claims
- Wrongful death
- Dog bites
- Premises liability
- Golf cart accidents
- All-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents
- Boating accidents
- Train accidents
- Product liability
- Workers’ compensation
We can bring your case to its conclusion, through our investigative measures, problem-solving skills, and negotiation tactics.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Gainesville, call 404-214-2001
You Could Hire Our Team at No Cost to You
Our team works on contingency. What does this mean? It means that:
- You do not pay us our attorney’s fees until you get paid for your losses.
- We do not charge hourly rates. We do not ask for retainers, either.
- We take money for our efforts from the money we get for you. Otherwise, you do not pay us anything.
When Kaine Law takes your case, we do so because we think that it will succeed.
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What Types of Damages Can You Get in a Personal Injury Case?
We will determine the types of damages you can get after talking with you and reviewing your circumstances. When your case is over, we want you to walk away knowing that you got a fair award.
We can build your case and seek financial recovery for the following:
Your healthcare expenses can put a strain on your ability to live comfortably. You can rest assured that a personal injury lawyer from Kaine Law taking Gainesville cases will pursue the money you need to address your condition.
Some of your compensable healthcare expenses include:
- Residency at a long-term care facility
- Doctors’ visits
- Assistive devices
Your condition may require that you make modifications to your home. This could include installing handicap-accessible bathrooms, rails, and ramps.
Lost Wages and Other Employee Benefits
During your recovery period, you may have been unable to work full-time––or at all. However, we can include these losses in your case. We can recover the cost of lost:
- Employee benefits (like health insurance)
- Paid time off
- Promotional opportunities
After reaching maximum medical improvement, you may not be able to work the same job or the number of hours that you used to. Yet, these changes to your earning power are compensable.
Pain and Suffering
Your pain and suffering does not have an intrinsic monetary value. It is meant to account for your:
- Emotional turmoil
- Mental anguish
- Physical pain
- Recovery period
Kaine Law can calculate your pain and suffering.
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What Goes into Proving a Personal Injury Case?
To recover compensation for your expenses, we must prove negligence. The American Bar Association (ABA) says that we must prove:
- The other party in your case had a duty of care.
- They failed to uphold this responsibility.
- They caused you to get hurt.
- You have damages.
Now, if you were injured due to a defective product, we do not need to prove negligence. We only need to prove that you owned a product, you did not alter it in any way, and it hurt you. Do not worry about proving your personal injury case. Your lawyer from Kaine Law can handle it for you.
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We Have Recovered Compensation for People In the Past
We understand personal injury law. We know how to build successful cases, and we know how to recover compensation.
Our team has recovered compensation for claimants of:
In each of these cases, we proved that our clients were injured due to negligence. Some outcomes included:
- $11 million for a car accident
- $5.75 million for an accident caused by defective road conditions
- $4.3 million for a car accident caused by a drunk driver
- $900,000 for a collision
- A $571,498 settlement for a motor vehicle accident
Motorcycle and ATV Accidents
We understand that motorcycle and ATV accidents can result in costly expenses. Some of our successes include:
- $650,000 for a motorcycle accident
- $500,000 for an ATV accident
- $450,000 for a motorcycle collision
This is not intended to serve as an exhaustive list of our outcomes. We once recovered $700,000 for a client who was bit by a dog. In another situation, we secured $2.77 million for a bar patron who was assaulted.
Our results speak for themselves. We are eager to put the same amount of time, energy, and dedication into your case that we put into the ones listed above.
How You Can Help Your Personal Injury Case
With our team on your side, you will never feel alone in your battle for justice. While Kaine Law can handle everything your case requires, here are some things that you can do to help yourself:
- Do not post pictures or statuses to social media; the claims adjuster could use them as evidence to devalue your case.
- Do not agree to give a recorded statement. Again, the insurer could use this against you.
- Seek medical care for your injuries at your earliest convenience.
- Do not accept a settlement unless your lawyer agrees that it is a good idea.
You can also help your case by keeping all documentation related to your losses.
Call Kaine Law to Begin a Free Case Review
You can reach the office of a Gainesville personal injury lawyer by calling (404) 214-2001. We can go through your case and discuss your options.
You generally have two years from the date of your accident to file your lawsuit, per O.C.G.A. § 9-3-33. By calling us today, you can protect your legal rights.