Auto Accidents


Kentucky doesn’t exactly have the best track record when it comes to safe roads. In fact, our state has some of the most dangerous roadways, whether by design or because of the people who travel on them. The Interstate 65 corridor between Kentucky and Tennessee is just one of the most hazardous and accounts for potentially thousands of injuries and hundreds of deaths each year, according to the Kentucky State Police.

I don’t see these as just statistics, though. I see the unique, individual lives behind each injury and death.

I understand how jarring it can be to wake up in a hospital bed after a serious collision. Or how devastating it can be to receive that heart-wrenching phone call saying a loved one has been killed in a crash. The last thing on your mind is the desire to deal with an insurance company that couldn’t care less about the pain and suffering you and your family are going through.

Your life might not matter to an insurance company, but your life matters to me. I will make sure your voice gets heard and your legal needs are addressed.

An Accident Doesn’t Mean Someone Isn’t At Fault

The word “accident” suggests that unfortunate incidents happen out of the blue or even unintentionally. I don’t believe that’s true in a majority of situations. Many motor vehicle crashes and collisions are the direct results of someone – or even some company – doing something that was unsafe, dangerous, negligent or reckless.

Examples of this would be:

  • Car crashes caused by distracted drivers, drunk drivers, design defects and simple negligence
  • Truck crashes caused by things like driver fatigue or improper load distribution
  • Motorcycle collisions caused by inattentive or careless drivers
  • Bicyclist and pedestrian strikes facilitated by poorly designed intersections or drivers failing to yield right of way
  • Boating crashes caused by another boater’s negligence or poor signage to indicate underwater dangers

Getting Legal Help Now Is Just A Phone Call Away

Most people don’t realize that a serious crash or collision can cost them thousands of dollars in medical bills, lost wages, and burial costs. Your injuries may be so extreme that you are left disabled and unable to work.

Only you can make the decision about hiring a lawyer to handle your claim to recover damages.

At Mike Breen, Attorney at Law, P.S.C., my staff and I all care about your well-being. I help people pick up the pieces after a crash by seeking the monetary damages they deserve. It’s what I do best.

See whether I can make a difference for you. Contact my Bowling Green office by calling 270-355-7264. I provide assistance to residents across Warren County and its surrounding areas, including Nashville, Tennessee.