Injury or death due to the negligence of others can cause insurmountable pain, loss, and suffering—so we fight for compensation.
An injury or death due to the negligence of another is often devastating. Medical bills, time off work, ongoing pain, and suffering can put an incredible strain on a family. Let the personal injury lawyers at McKinney & Malapit Law ease some of that pressure. We’ll deal with the insurance companies, the medical providers attempting to collect, and any of the other distractions, so you can focus on the most important thing—healing. No amount of money can restore what you have lost, but we can help you hold the wrongdoer responsible, and obtain the best possible result. We will fight to obtain just compensation for your damages.
Common Types Of Personal Injuries:
Personal injuries take many forms, some of the most common types of injuries include:
- Automobile and truck accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Slip and falls
- Dog bites
- Production malfunctions
- Medical malpractice
Who Is at Fault?
A mistake made by many people who have sustained personal injuries is to accept the blame for the incident. Though it may seem to be your fault, personal injuries often have hidden causes that cannot readily be determined. An experienced personal injury lawyer understands many of these hidden causes and knows how to investigate accidents to uncover them.
Compensation For Injuries:
When someone else is at fault for our injury, that person or entity may be responsible for paying for the damages incurred. This is not limited to medical expenses. If you’ve had to miss work, you can be compensated for your lost wages. If you are unable to perform your job in the future, you may be able to receive any future income that you can no longer earn. In addition, Indiana law allows for monetary compensation for mental anguish, pain, and suffering.
Take the Next Step:
It is very important to seek counsel as soon as possible after an injury. Many times, critical evidence is lost or destroyed because no effort was made to obtain and/or secure the evidence. This is not usually anyone’s fault, but happens because an attorney wasn’t consulted and the injured party did not know any better.
Additionally, personal injury claims are subject to Indiana’s statute of limitations. This means, if you do not file a claim within two years, you forever lose your right to be compensated. If you or someone you know has been injured, do not hesitate to contact the litigation team at McKinney & Malapit Law.