Accidental injuries are a leading reason that people visit emergency rooms in Indiana, as well as a leading cause of death across the United States. Accidents happen in many ways and can result in a wide range of injuries, from bruises to life-altering brain damage to fatal injuries. The law protects the rights of many accident victims and allows them to seek compensation from the parties that were responsible for their injuries.
Accidents are as unique as the affected victims. You can suffer injuries at home, work, while shopping, or under many other circumstances. Our firm is prepared to handle cases involving the following and more:
No matter what type of accident led to your injuries, you should always seek an evaluation of your rights by an experienced attorney.
Most personal injury cases begin with an insurance claim, and most people may assume they know how to handle the insurance process on their own. However, even if your case ends with an insurance settlement and never goes to court, it is critical to have the right legal representation to ensure your rights are fully protected. Our legal team handles the entire insurance process, as well as filing personal injury lawsuits when needed.
It’s understandable to be concerned about finances after a serious, injury-causing accident, especially if you are dealing with issues like medical expenses, repair bills, and lost income. In this context, you may be wondering whether you can afford to retain a lawyer to represent you or you should try and represent yourself.
Fortunately, because of our contingent fee agreements, everyone can afford to retain the Hammond personal injury attorneys at Tanzillo Stassin & Babcock, P.C. Because our fees are contingent upon us winning your case, we will only collect legal fees if you recover compensation. In this way, we can ensure that anyone who needs quality legal representation has access to it, even if they cannot afford to pay for a lawyer out of pocket.
If you have been injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you should speak to an experienced attorney as soon as you can.