Indianapolis Personal Injury Attorney
Millions Recovered for Injured Clients
Injuries are an unfortunate part of life. It’s not a matter of “if” you will be in an accident, but “when” and “how bad.” Whether your injury is caused by a serious car accident, slip and fall, dog bite, or another source, the consequences can be devastating. Obtaining financial relief through compensation for your injury is a crucial step to ensuring your livelihood is maintained while you recover.
At the Law Office of Daniel L. Quigley, our Indianapolis personal injury attorney is dedicated to helping you through the strenuous times that follow an injury. We have a long history of successfully demonstrating negligence to the court, and we are not afraid to stand up to big insurance companies who would rather protect their bottom line than help you recover. Attorney Quigley is a results-driven law veteran with a long history of success representing clients both in and out of the courtroom.
Our Personal Injury Services
Attorney Quigley recognizes the important role he plays in helping you after an injury and will never treat you as though you’re just another client. At our firm, we get to know you personally and learn the extent to which your life has been impacted by your injuries, and we make sure to place your best interests at the forefront of all of our decisions.
We may be able to assist you with the following types of accident cases:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Product liability
- Premises liability
- Dog bites
- Slip and fall accidents
- Toxic exposure
- Catastrophic injuries
- Wrongful death
Because there are countless types of accidents that can occur and the nature of each one is different, injuries can range in severity. Minor injuries acquired in accidents often include whiplash, cuts and abrasions, sprains and fractures, and broken bones. More serious, or catastrophic injuries, include burns, loss of limbs, spinal cord and neck injuries, and head and brain injuries.
Call our Indianapolis personal injury lawyer at (888) 401-6115 to get started on your case. No case is too small or complex for our team to handle and settle successfully with optimal results.
What to Do After an Accident
After you’ve been injured, it’s essential that you put your health and the health and safety of others first by seeking medical attention for any injuries. Though you may have minor injuries or no symptoms now, some injuries can make themselves known hours after an accident, and minor symptoms like headaches and backaches can be indicators of a more serious medical condition.
After you’ve been treated, call a personal injury attorney. If you haven’t already collected important information that can be used in your case, a law firm can use its resources to investigate your accident and gather the evidence. Evidence our team typically looks for to strengthen our clients’ claims include medical records and receipts, crash reports, photographic evidence, witness statements, and more.
A personal injury attorney can also handle all communication with insurance companies moving forward. Insurance adjusters often call victims to understand what happened, but they also often work to undermine claims by using what victims say against them. Our attorney can protect you and your rights to maximum compensation.
How Long Do I Have to File a Claim?
Individuals who wish to file personal injury claims are advised to act sooner rather than later, as all states have their own statute of limitations. A statute of limitations is a set amount of time that people have to file a claim and pursue damages. The statute of limitations for car accident lawsuits and most other injury claims in Indiana is two years from the date of injury. This means that if you file a claim after more than two years have passed from the date you were injured, you will most likely be unable to hold negligent parties responsible and recover damages.
This is a major reason why it’s beneficial to hire a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Our lawyer has years of experience filing claims for clients and knows what evidence and information to collect to make sure your paperwork is submitted efficiently, and you have a chance at securing financial compensation. Damages we can recover for you include medical bills, lost wages and earning capacity, physical pain, mental anguish, and property damage.