Louisville Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Attorney
25 Years of Fighting for Victims & Families Rights – Call (502) 242-8877
You deserve to be compensated if you have suffered physically, emotionally, and financially as the result of a driver, manufacturer, hospital, or anyone else’s negligence. If you or someone you love has suffered injury or loss because of another person or entity’s negligence, Louisville injury attorney Brett Oppenheimer may be able to help you. Since 1991, Brett has had the honor of fighting for individuals and families who have suffered serious injury and loss due to the negligence of others. Born and raised in Louisville, he has a unique ability to understand and protect the interests of his clients all across Kentucky.
Why Choose This Louisville Personal Injury Lawyer?
- 25 Years of Trial-Tested Experience
- More than $100 Million Recovered for Clients
- No Fee Unless You Win
- National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 in Kentucky
With this Louisville personal injury firm, you will never get handed off to an associate attorney or paralegal. Brett handles every single case himself, gives clients his cell phone number, and answers all his own emails. Please don’t hesitate to see how an experienced, dedicated attorney can be of service to you.
Personal Injury Services in Louisville
Brett has a proven record of success in even the most complicated injury and wrongful death matters. He is not afraid to challenge large corporations and their insurance companies, doing whatever it takes to win maximum financial compensation for his clients.
As a Louisville personal injury lawyer, Mr. Oppenheimer has a wealth of experience in cases involving:
If you decide to work with Brett, you will pay no fees or expenses unless he and his team win or settle your case. Brett also offers a free consultation, where he will listen to the details of your potential case and offer his legal advice based on the merits of your claim. He can also discuss the potential value of your case based on the nature and extent of the injury, current and future medical bills, lost wages, and other related damages.