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"I have suffered a serious injury from an accident that was not my fault. When and what are the reasons I should consider consulting with and retaining an Indiana serious personal injury attorney?"

There are a number of types of injuries that are not commonly thought of as associated with a motor vehicle accident, such as mental duress and lost time from work. By consulting with a serious injury lawyer, it will help identify and preserve these issues and others that may be subject to compensation. Without this, and demand for payments to an insurance carrier, judge or jury, unidentified legal issues are not likely to be compensated. The insurance company will not bring this up on their own, as this is not their job.

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The first inquiry you will work through with your Indiana personal injury attorney will be to pin down the exact type accident you were in: you may have been involved in a car or truck accident, including head-on collisions; rear-end; T-boned; rollovers; hit-and-run; side swipes; DUI/DWI/OWI accidents; collisions involving large commercial vehicles; recreational vehicles; and those caused by aggressive driving, negligent driving, inattentive or distracted driving (such as with texting or cell phone use), or road rage.

In some cases, the accident is the product of poor vehicle maintenance and/or motor vehicle defects. Each of accidents and transportation modes may have different types of liability laws and legal theories and different sources of recovery. This must be determined for proper compensation.

The second inquiry is obviously injuries and preserving the evidence related to this. The most serious of injuries is death, and in some cases, you may be entitled to compensation for the loss of a loved one. If you have lost a loved one to an accident caused by the negligence of another person, you may have a wrongful death claim and should consult an attorney versed in serious injury law. Indianapolis serious injury lawyers provide aggressive representation to determine liability, determine which family members have a claim for compensation, along with the value of the claim based on economic loss, loss of consortium, pain and suffering, and loss of support, while remaining sensitive to your emotions at a devastating time in your life.

Ultimately, and third as a part of the representation, an Indianapolis serious injury attorney will work to ensure that you are compensated for all of these damages caused to you or your loved ones, including present and future medical expenses, lost wages from work that you missed as a result of the accident, or if you are permanently disabled. He or she may even be able to get medical bills reduced. Additionally, you may be entitled to recover damages from pain and suffering (sometimes called “noneconomic” damages). An attorney will identify all of the applicable damages and give you an estimate of how much compensation you could recover under the best and worst case days in court.

The same type of analysis applies to other serious injuries that are not caused by a motor vehicle. These include, but are not limited to, boating accidents, off road vehicles, injuries from dangerous conditions on the property of another, accidental shootings, and injury from sporting events, just to name a new.

Obtaining this compensation, as noted, is not a simple matter. Insurance companies employ adjusters and lawyers to protect their interests and minimize payouts on claims. It is important to be represented by experienced counsel to level the playing field and similarly ensure that your rights are also protected so that you receive full compensation for your injuries and losses. Your choice of a serious injury lawyer plays a significant role in the negotiation and settlement process, because insurance companies may consider whether your attorney has the experience to develop the case and advocacy skill necessary to successfully take your case to trial. Ciyou & Dixon, P.C. handles serious injury cases across the State.

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