Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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This depends on the type of case you would like our help with.

In injury or death cases, the answer is "nothing." If we accept your case, we will pay all necessary costs and do not get paid unless we win at trial or negotiate a settlement with your approval. If we are successful, we then ask for a reasonable percentage of the total verdict or settlement, plus any costs or expenses we advance on your behalf. In no event will you be stuck with no recovery and a bill from us and, at the conclusion of every case you will be provided a complete accounting of all monies.

In all other kinds of cases, there are several billing options and the costs will vary depending on the complexity of the issue. Some may require cash retainers and will be billed on an hourly basis. We will be happy to give you a specific pricing plan for your legal need upon request.

Absolutely. At Dallas & Turner, PLLC, we believe that free initial consultations provide a valuable service to the community.
Appointments are not necessary, but are highly recommended simply because the nature of legal work often requires our attorneys to be out of the office for matters such as hearings, depositions, meetings, or investigations. To ensure that we have adequate time to meet with you, we encourage you to first call our office to make sure that we are available at your preferred time.
In the even that you are unable to meet in our office in a timely manner, our attorneys will personally come to you.
Yes, there likely are. If you suspect that you have a legal claim against another, it is crucial that you not delay and contact an attorney as soon as possible. In Kentucky, limitation periods vary from claim to claim, so please call our office, and let us identify for you any deadlines that may apply to your case so that you do not lose valuable legal rights forever.
If we are unable to help you, we will assist you in finding other competent attorneys.
The vast majority of our practice is in Kentucky, and we will handle cases in all 120 counties. However, if you or a loved one suffered an injury or death in Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, or any other state, we can and will still help you by partnering with another attorney in that area. We have national relationships in the fields of personal injury and wrongful death.

Dallas & Turner, PLLC

223 Main Street, Florence, KY 41022

Phone: 859-630-0666

Toll Free: (888) 441-4822

Prestonsburg Office

140 South Lake Drive

Prestonsburg, KY 41653

(606) 886-9137

About Us

Founded over thirty years ago by Boone County native Steve Dallas, Dallas & Turner, P.S.C., carries on a deep tradition of providing simple and honest legal representation to our community. As a ... Read More

Communities We Serve: the experienced personal injury lawyers at Dallas & Turner, PLLC serve clients all across Kentucky and Northern Kentucky, including Boone County, Kenton County, Campbell County, and Floyd County, as well as the following cities: Florence, Covington, Erlanger, Edgewood, Elsmere, Taylor Mill, Newport, Fort Thomas, Prestonsburg, Burlington, Hebron, Union, Walton, Verona, Villa Hills, Fort Mitchell, Fort Wright, Ludlow, Crescent Springs, Highland Heights, Cold Springs, Southgate, Alexandria, California and Allen.

Disclaimer: THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT. This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site is not intended to be formal legal advice, nor should it be construed by as legal advice to visitors. No attorney-client relationship is created by the use of this website. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. We do not guarantee results, and any description of practice areas, case results or client testimonials should not be construed as a guarantee in any prospective future cases. Further, while our attorneys may focus their practice in certain areas, please be aware that Kentucky does not certify specialties in legal fields of practice.

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