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Lawville is made up of smart, serious and accomplished lawyers who live and work in Louisville. Kevin, Matthew and Dustin have successfully recovered for thousands of accident victims in Louisville. We represent people and families who have suffered injuries and catastrophic losses of loved ones, whether the injured person is a driver, passenger or pedestrian, whether an adult or child, and in a variety of circumstances. Since 1992, Kevin and his team have been representing clients with honesty, intelligence and compassion.

Accidents and injuries can have a serious impact on your health, your family and your daily life at work, home or school. You have pain, you have medical bills and expenses piling up, and you certainly have questions.

Please take a minute to learn about what we do and see if we might be the lawyers for you; and if you have any questions, please click on ask me a question and feel free to tell us as much or as little about your situation as you choose.

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What am I owed if my car can’t be repaired–and who decides if it is a “total loss”?

What am I owed if my car can’t be repaired–and who decides if it is a “total loss”?

A car is deemed a “total loss” in Kentucky if it will cost more than 75% of the actual cash value of the car to repair it. In simple terms, if the car is worth $10,000, and the repair estimate comes in at $7,501, the car is a total loss, and the insurance company does not have to pay for repairs, even if you want it repaired. In that case, they will have to pay the actual cash value of the car–which is determined objectively through sales comparisons, market research, etc.