Welcome to the website of Hoosier Injury Attorneys.
We are a personal injury law firm with offices located throughout the great state of Indiana, "The Hoosier State".
If you or a loved one were injured or tragically killed in an accident due to the negligent act or omissions of another, then you may be entitled to a compensation claim. Our experienced injury lawyers are here to answer your questions, guide you through the process, and get justice for you and your family.
Call us today for a free case consultation.
We are Hoosiers. We founded this law firm to get justice for Hoosiers. Trust us with your claim and you will not be disappointed.
Injury lawsuits enable you to claim compensation for any damages caused by the other party's negligence. The insurance company of the responsible person often pays compensation in the form of medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering for the harm caused as a result of accident.
Civil litigation can arise when one individual suffers from physical or materialistic consequences due to an accident or injury, and another person may be legally responsible for that harm. The responsible person's insurance company will often fight to outright deny benefits or significantly reduce the payout to the injured person and seek to minimize medical bills, pain and suffering, and and lost income.
At Hoosier Injury Attorneys, we will prepare your claim and stand up for your rights. Our lawyers, support staff, and team of private investigators will leave no stone unturned in prosecuting your claim and holding those responsible, accountable.
Our personal injury attorneys have an aggressive reputation in the defense bar in Indiana. We are not afraid to take a case to trial. We mean business. Many of our client's cases never make it to trial, due to the thoroughness of our case preparation and presentation. The vast majority of our cases settle before litigation in court.
Personal injury damages are money-related awards given to injured people as remuneration for damage done by the other party. "Damages" is another term for the injuries sustained by the person due to this harm. The following could be some of the potential expenses that plaintiff claims for;
Whether you were injured in a car accident, slip and fall, or work injury, there are a number of outcomes after your free case consultation with our law firm:
In comparison to criminal cases, which the government initiates, a formal personal injury case usually begins when a normal citizen (known as "plaintiff") reports a civil complaint against a business, organization, person, or government entity (the "defendant"), asserting that they behaved irresponsibly or carelessly in correlation with an injury or accident that resulted in harm. The process is referred as "filing a lawsuit." While it is possible, it is rare to obtain a pre-lawsuit settlement.
Generally, most conflicts over injuries and accidents are settled out of court, commonly between insurers and attorneys representing both sides and those directly involved in the dispute (Plaintiff and defendant). A settlement is typically reached through negotiation, followed by a written agreement. Both parties agree to forego any further action (like a lawsuit), opting to settle the conflict by reimbursing a mutually agreed sum of money.
Where a case is contested and a pre-trial settlement is not agreed, a case will go before a judge and jury in Indiana. Both sides will present evidence, and cross-examine witnesses to prove their case. A jury of peers will then decide the case as to matters of fact, and will ultimately decide on the amount of recovery, if any is awarded.
Yes. Indiana provides that the victims of a personal injury have two years to bring a case against a negligent party. Failure to do so will time bar the case, and a motion to dismiss would succeed based on the case having blown the statute of limitations.
Call our experienced Indiana accident attorneys today to discuss the specifics of your case, and to assess whether your claim is within the statute of limitations in Indiana.
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