After a ride-sharing accident in Kentucky, you can recover the following damages: medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, loss of future income, and potentially punitive damages. It is important to get medical treatment to document your injuries. The insurance company for Uber or Lyft will not just take your word for it that you are hurt. And proving a case in front a jury is much easier when a doctor testifies on your behalf about injuries. No lawyer can tell you upfront what the case is worth UNTIL the treatment is finished. Plenty of lawyers will promise you the world only to get you to sign with them. Don’t get caught. It would be wise to consult with a few personal injury lawyers about your Kentucky ride-share crash.