Many Indiana families are just one unexpected injury away from losing everything. If you were seriously hurt or lost a loved one due to the negligence of another person or company, you may be entitled to compensation for any healthcare bills, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages you and your family have incurred. You need to speak with an Indiana personal injury lawyer to determine if you are entitled to compensation.
Avnet Law offers Free Initial Consultations. During your FREE initial consultation, we will answer your questions, explain what will happen over the coming weeks and months, and outline exactly how he will help you fight for the highest possible compensation.
Types of Cases Our Indiana Personal Injury Law Firm Handles
At Avnet Law, we purposely limit our caseload to ensure each of our clients receives our full attention. Communication is a foundational principle of our firm. You will be updated constantly regarding the status of your case, and we are always available to discuss your case. You are not just a case for us. From the moment you call our office to the day your case is resolved, we will treat you with the utmost respect, professionalism, and compassion.
With proven legal strategies and a reputation for tough litigation, Avnet Law can help you in the following personal injury claims:
- Bus Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
Slip and Falls
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
Spinal Cord Injuries
Personal injury claimants in Indiana may be able to recover compensation for the following damages:
- Past and future medical expenses;
- Income lost due to the injury;
- Lost earning capacity;
- Property damage;
- Pain and suffering; and
- Emotional distress.
If the defendant was grossly negligent or intentionally malicious, you may also be awarded punitive damages, which are intended to punish the defendant and to deter others from similar behaviors. You should speak to an Indiana personal injury lawyer to determine what damages you may be entitled to following an injury.
Damages in wrongful death cases might include:
- Medical expenses from the decedent’s final injury or illness;
- Lost prospective benefits and wages the decedent would have earned;
- Burial expenses;
- Funeral expenses;
- Expenses incurred due to administration of the decedent’s estate;
- Loss of household services;
- Loss of affection and love;
- Loss of parental guidance; and
- Pain and suffering endured by the decedent.
DO NOT Accept a Settlement Until You’ve Spoken with an Indiana Personal Injury Lawyer
You should never sign anything until you have discussed your case with an Indiana personal injury lawyer. In fact, you should not give any statements until you have spoken to an Indiana personal injury lawyer. Any statements you make during recorded phone calls or over email may be used to dispute liability or the severity of your injuries. Avnet Law will handle all correspondence with the opposing party and make sure you are treated fairly and compensated properly.