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Compensation for PTSD Following an Accident

By Indianapolis Injury Lawyers |

As seasoned Indianapolis personal injury lawyers, we are accustomed to helping accident victims with their physical injuries. For example, we can fight for compensation to cover the cost of surgery and rehabilitation, along with replacing any wages lost as you recover at home or in the hospital. But some accidents are so traumatic that… Read More »

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Spinal Cord Injuries Can Cost Millions

By Indianapolis Injury Lawyers |

Spinal cord injuries are probably the most life-changing injuries that our clients can suffer. A person whose spinal cord is torn, nicked, or bruised can suffer serious impairment of their ability to move or feel any sensation below the point of injury. When the spinal cord is severely injured, a person can be paralyzed… Read More »

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How Long Does it Take to Settle a Case?

By Indianapolis Injury Lawyers |

Many of our clients are suffering debilitating injuries that prevent them from working and earning money. All have medical bills that are usually much higher than they could have imagined. Unsurprisingly, our clients ask a common question, “How long does it take to settle a case?” The answer is “it depends.” Not all cases… Read More »

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What is a Loss of Consortium Claim in Indiana?

By Indianapolis Injury Lawyers |

Accidents affect more than simply the person injured in a car or motorcycle crash. A spouse can also see their life turned upside-down because of the injuries suffered. Fortunately, Indiana law allows spouses to obtain compensation when a husband or wife has been injured in a crash. This is called a “loss of consortium”… Read More »

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Pedestrian Deaths Surge in 2020 in Indianapolis

By Indianapolis Injury Lawyers |

With the recent coronavirus pandemic, we would have expected the number of pedestrian deaths to have declined in our city. The Governor’s stay at home order limited the number of errands that a person could run outside the home, and this order applied to people who walk as well as to people who drive…. Read More »

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