In the state of Indiana, if you are the victim of an injury due to someone else’s negligence, you need the accomplished law firm Banks & Brower LLC on your side. Injuries can have life-long physical, financial, emotional, and psychological consequences. It is not fair for you to have to suffer these consequences due to someone else’s action or inaction. Having proper representation can help you get the compensation you need and deserve.
Types of Personal Injury Cases
Personal injury law covers a wide variety of situations. Common issues that should be evaluated by an attorney include:
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Most accidents occur in personal passenger vehicles. But a substantial number also involve personal or commercial trucks or motorcycles. Motor vehicle accidents can be caused by issues such as: equipment failure, road defects, improper signage, or distracted driving.
Brain injuries can manifest as memory loss, vision loss or impairment, vertigo, chronic migraines or worse. A serious brain or head injury can result from falls, automobile accidents, skiing accidents or anything that involves impact with the skull.
Construction sites are dangerous to employees and visitors. If you have been injured at or around a construction site, it may be due to improper maintenance or signage.
Slip Fall/Premise Liability
Have you ever been injured on someone else’s property? Where you a victim of someone else’s carelessness? Whether your injury was physical, emotional or financial, talk to an attorney to see if you are entitled to a settlement.
Spinal injuries can cause short and long-term issues ranging from chronic back pain to paralysis. Not all spinal injuries show up immediately. If you have been in any type of accident, be sure to see a doctor right away so they can determine what long-term care you will need to protect your back from future harm as a result of the accident.
Bicycle or Pedestrian Accidents
Bicyclists and pedestrians have little protection in the event of an accident. Too often, a moment of negligence can cause devastating consequences for a cyclist or pedestrian.
The injury does not have to result from malicious intent or even be visible on your body for you to have the right to compensation. Accidents happen all the time and you should not have to endure the hardship of pain and suffering and the irreversible damage alone. Medical bills need to be paid. Time off from work now and in the future causes financial hardship. Seeking compensation is about survival and security for you and your family.
Statute of Limitations
Do not let time run out. Different circumstances have different statutes of limitations. It is important to speak to an attorney as soon as possible to make sure that you do not miss a deadline. Whether you have decided to pursue legal action or not, have a conversation with an attorney to find out how much time you have to make a decision.
Banks & Brower LLC are principled attorneys with proven results. Our compassionate team of lawyers has 80 years of combined experience. Call us today to discuss your case and find out how to protect your rights.