Accidents are a fact of life. When they happen, they can leave victims in excruciating pain, with gigantic medical bills, and no hope of ever paying them off.
At Tanzillo Stassin & Babcock, we have built our reputation as one of the leading personal injury law firms in Dyer. We are here to help you fight for the compensation you deserve by holding the party at fault for your injuries responsible under the law.
Personal injury is a large area of law that encompasses many different types of accidents. Thanks to the depth and breadth of our experience, we have successfully represented clients in the following types of cases:
Our clients come to us with a range of financial and intangible losses. They need compensation to help them cover household expenses and keep a roof over their heads. In a successful personal injury lawsuit, our clients can receive compensation for:
The amount of compensation our clients receive varies considerably from case to case. Rather than speak about “average” settlements, we encourage you to meet with a Dyer personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to discuss the facts of your case.
Generally, the more serious your physical injuries, the more you can expect to receive in compensation. This is only a general rule, however, and there are many exceptions. Never assume your injuries are too “minor” to warrant investigation.
Lawsuits are complicated, and negotiating a favorable settlement to cover your losses is harder than most people think. For example, to build a strong case, our clients will need:
It can be difficult to pull everything together, especially when you are trying to recover from devastating injuries. Fortunately, a lawyer can swing into action, compiling all necessary records and data for you.
A favorable settlement has allowed many of our clients to pay bills and rebuild their lives. However, Indiana gives injured victims a limited amount of time to vindicate their rights. Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer in Indiana right away.
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