In the wake of a serious accident or injury, victims and their families may feel as though there is nothing to be done. Medical bills, lost wages, and insurance claims pile up on top of the pain and suffering they are already going through. Indiana law, however, allows victims to claim compensation from the people or persons responsible for their injuries.
The task of establishing liability is at the core of virtually every personal injury case. Who is at fault? Who should be held accountable for the injuries that you have suffered?
The attorneys at Dennis, Wenger & Abrell can help you answer that question. Legal concepts such as negligence, intentional conduct, or strict liability may apply to your case, and only an experienced professional can determine how best to defend your interests in a court of law.
Time is of the essence. The longer you wait to take action after you or your loved ones are injured, the more evidence is lost, the fewer witnesses can be found, and the difficult it is to build a solid case. In addition, the two year statute of limitations in Indiana means that you have a maximum of two years from the date of your injury to take appropriate legal action. Don’t wait until the last minute.