When It Matters Most
Where should you turn when you or someone you love suffers a serious injury because of negligence? Do you have a claim? How much is a fair settlement? How long will it take to collect compensation?
These questions should be addressed by an experienced legal team that can accurately assess your case, evaluate your claim and ensure that you get the full compensation you are entitled to.
For Healing And Your Future
Our experienced Louisville personal injury lawyers, Michael Hance and Chandrika Srinivasan, want to help you move forward and rebuild your life after an injury. We are dedicated to protecting your rights at a time when you may feel the most helpless.
For more than 25 years, our Louisville personal injury and fatal accident attorneys, Michael and Chandrika, have been committed to securing just compensation for those who have suffered serious injuries due to another’s negligence. As our client, you will experience personal care and individual attention. Your case is important to us because you are important to us. From your initial consultation to the conclusion of your case, we will be working directly with you and for you.
Michael R. Hance
Michael Hance has been helping people whose lives have been changed by the negligence of others since 1980. Michael is recognized by his peers and the legal profession for his work in personal injury law. He has been named for inclusion to the Kentucky Super Lawyers list and has received the Martindale-Hubbell rating of “AV Preeminent” since the mid-1980s. Michael also has been selected for the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.” Most recently, he was awarded the 2011 Peter Perlman Outstanding Trial Lawyer Award. This annual award was voted on by his peers from all across Kentucky.
Chandrika has been a practicing Kentucky attorney since 2002. Her passion for promoting cultural diversity and public service testify to her caring personality as a personal injury attorney. A current member of the Diversity Committee of the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, she received its Student Diversity Award in 2001. She was also the 2001 recipient of the John S. Greenebaum Award for public service, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law. At present, she serves as a member for the Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence Among Adolescents (SPAVA), an organization devoted to promoting peace, nonviolence, integrity and honesty among school students.