In this video, attorney Mike Schafer explains what an independent medical exam is and what an accident victim can expect from one.
Attorney Mike Schafer explains what “No-Fault” means.
In this video, attorney Mike Schafer explains what the citizens of Kentucky need to know about uninsured motorists and accidents.
Dealing with the insurance company can be difficult. Here are some tips on what to do when the other party’s insurance company calls you during your case.
This video explains what attorneys do for their clients behind the scenes that enables their client to recover.
Mike’s book, “What You Don’t Know About Buying Car Insurance Can Hurt You” is full of great tips. It has everything from the different types of insurance to what questions you should ask your insurance agent.
Some accidents have witnesses that saw what happened. If you can, try to get their contact information. This could be used in your case later.
A common myth about accidents is that if you win, you will win a lot of money. This isn’t always true. It depends on the type of case, among other factors.
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This is The Schafer Law Office’s “Wrote the Book” commercial.
Being a personal injury attorney, Mike Schafer handles several different types of cases, anything from a car or truck accident to a pedestrian accident.
Mike made a visit to WHAS 11’s Great Day Live! Mike is the lawyer that wrote the book and wants you to know your rights!
If a motorcycle accident happens to you or a loved one, you’ll want The Schafer Law Office in your corner.
Do you know what no-fault insurance is? If not, this video explains what no-fault insurance actually means and how it applies to you.
Cindi Sullivan interviews Mike Schafer on how medical bills are paid after an accident.
Mike has been practicing personal injury law in Kentucky for over 25 years. He really loves Kentucky and is here to help you.
Will my insurance company give me a reasonable offer if I call or write them a letter? Check out this video to find out!
Taking pictures at the scene of an accident will help your case. That’s because pictures don’t lie. Don’t put yourself in harm’s way to get them, however.
It’s important to secure as much detail as possible from an accident scene. Any details you obtain could help you in your case.
Mike gave a talk about settlement brochures and Colossus in Montana in front of a group of respected lawyers.