A serious personal injury, like a car crash, turns life upside-down. Once enjoyable activities, such as playing with one’s children, become chores. Things that were chores, like going to work, become impossible. In fact, while the victim is out of work, unpaid bills pile up. All this time, insurance company adjusters seemingly call constantly with various settlement offers.
The dedicated Indianapolis injury attorneys at Holland & Holland get to work quickly and try to make your life as easy as possible. We do more than just work steadily on your claim for compensation. We run interference with the insurance company, so you do not have to deal with that mess. We also proactively communicate with you about every aspect of your case. So, you are never in the dark and have the information you need to make good decisions.
Your well-being is our first priority. So, we ensure that you receive top quality medical treatment. If you can not afford to see a doctor or specialist, we usually arrange for you to receive treatment at no upfront cost. Then, when the case is resolved, we negotiate with medical providers and often obtain lower fees. So, more of your settlement money goes into your pocket.
Next, we collect evidence on your behalf. We use a combination of traditional evidence and cutting-edge electronic evidence. In our experience, this combination often results in maximum compensation. Traditional evidence includes things like photographs and witness statements. Electronic evidence is often critical in many cases. Gadgets like a vehicle’s Event Data Recorder provide invaluable information about vehicle speed, steering angle, and other critical details.
However, all the evidence in the world means little without a cohesive vision for the case. That vision usually includes a theory like negligence, strict liability, or negligence per se. Many times, multiple options are available, based on the evidence. It’s important to make good choices at this point in the case.
We spend so much time collecting evidence and researching legal theories because the victim/plaintiff has the burden of proof in an injury case. Some of the types of cases we handle include:
Damages in an Indianapolis personal injury case usually include compensation for economic losses, such as medical bills, as well as non-economic losses, such as pain and suffering. Additional punitive damages may be available, as well, particularly in defective product and some egregious negligence cases.
Serious personal injuries often mean significant compensation. For a free consultation with our Indianapolis injury attorneys, contact Holland & Holland. We do not charge upfront legal fees in injury cases.
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