We represent injured persons, not insurance companies. This includes injuries which may have happened through automobile accidents, trucking accidents, wrongful death, construction accidents, medical malpractice, boating accidents, slip and fall accidents, and others.
If you or a member of your family were injured in an accident, obtaining funds to help you through the recovery process and to protect your future is more complicated than ever before. You will likely face a hostile insurance company, mounting medical bills, and precious time off work. Most significantly, you or your loved one will have to live with the pain and fear that comes from a serious injury.
While insurance is designed to address an accident victim’s economic issues, it is important to remember that insurance companies are in business to maximize their profits. The job of the insurance adjuster is to settle the claim with the least possible payout. Increasingly, we find insurance companies are refusing to settle valid claims, and forcing injured people to file a lawsuit. These companies have a team of adjusters, investigators, and lawyers.
Should you choose not to be represented by a qualified attorney, you will face the considerable resources of a powerful insurance company on your own. As you are dealing with medical bills and long-term therapy, the insurance company for the person who caused your injury will already be working toward minimizing their payout.
You should know, however, that you may be entitled to benefits from more than one source, including your own insurance company. You need counsel who will handle your case personally and aggressively. You need a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer to develop facts favorable to your case, and to have your injuries properly evaluated.
There is no substitute for having a law firm behind you, to present your case in its best light in negotiation and litigation. Our firm has served Indiana for nearly one hundred years.