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In Indiana, state law dictates that personal injury claims must be filed within two years of the accident/injury. There are some exceptions, such as in cases with minors, but we strongly recommend that you seek compensation as quickly as possible.
Although it feels strange to put a price tag on things like “grief” or “suffering,” you deserve to be compensated. Fortunately, our Gary personal injury lawyers have years of experience when it comes to seeking financial compensation for injury. We’ll tell you what your case is worth and what kind of settlement you should accept.
Generally, personal injury cases in Gary, IN take between two to three years to resolve, although some can be closer to a year. Case complexity, insurance communication, settlement amounts, evidence (or lack thereof), and many other factors can play a factor in the timeline.
To streamline the process, work with a legal firm that won’t drag out preparations and court dates. Midwest Injury Lawyers will steadily proceed with your case – we want this ordeal to be as quick and painless as possible.
Our personal injury lawyers in Gary can help you seek compensation for many kinds of damages, including:
-Future medical expenses
-Pain and suffering
-Loss of ability to function as a whole person/disability
-Past or future lost wages
Your settlement amount will typically come from the guilty party’s insurance company. However, if the guilty party does not have insurance, or the insurance is insufficient, the settlement could come from their personal funds.
Tell our experienced team about your accident and/or injuries. One of our personal injury attorneys will contact you to schedule a free case evaluation. Remember: you won’t pay for anything unless we secure a compensation on your behalf.
Call (312) 786-5881 or send us a message online to get started.