Your Legal Options in an Indiana Personal Injury Case

You could have multiple legal options when someone else is liable for your injury. A lawyer from our team can craft a legal strategy that best fits your situation.

Our attorneys may:

  • Work with the liable party’s insurance company to secure a settlement
  • Take your case to trial through a civil lawsuit

Many people want to know if they will need to go to court. Often, we can secure the compensation you need through negotiations and avoid the trial process. Still, we have an in-house litigation team and are prepared to file a lawsuit if the liable party doesn’t fairly settle.

Our attorneys can explain all of your legal options after investigating your case.

Types of Compensation Available Through a Settlement or Lawsuit

Bringing an injury case could produce the financial recovery you need to address your losses. After an injury, you could deal with several costs and other damages, including:

  • Past, present, and future medical bills: Whether you need emergency care after an accident or will require long-term physical therapy for many months to come, you could recover these costs. Other recoverable medical costs include medications, surgeries, hospitalization, diagnostic testing, and more.
  • Impacts on your career: You could have lost paychecks or need to take reduced hours at work because of your injuries. We can help you recover these losses.
  • Intangible losses: The injury may cause you stress in more invisible areas of your life. You could seek compensation for pain and suffering, mental anguish, reduced enjoyment of life, and more.
  • Wrongful death damages: If you lost a loved one to a wrongful death, our attorneys could help you seek compensation for funeral and burial costs, medical costs, and other losses.

How Much Compensation Could I Receive?

The overall amount you could receive through a settlement or lawsuit depends on the facts of your case. Our attorneys will investigate your injury accident and explain a goal settlement amount you could seek. 

Often, your settlement or award will be influenced by factors like your total medical costs, how serious your injuries are, and the overall strength of your case. There is no one-size-fits-all settlement estimate, but we will help you seek the best possible results based on your unique situation.

What Makes Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers Different

Our attorneys have over 400 years of combined experience and are ready to put that experience to work for you. At Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers, you can expect the following:

  • Legal help with no upfront fees: We work based on contingency fees. This means that if you don’t win, you don’t owe any legal fees. You don’t have to pay from your savings to get started with a case, either.
  • Our team gets results: Our attorneys have recovered more than $1 billion for clients across Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. 
  • We offer legal help in Spanish: We have paralegals and attorneys who can help you through your entire legal process in Spanish.

Learn More About Working With Our Lawyers During a Free Case Review

Hiring a lawyer is a big step in your injury case. We are available around the clock to answer your questions. When you call for your free consultation, you can ask us questions about:

  • How to get started working with a lawyer from our team
  • How we plan to communicate with you throughout your case
  • What your lawyer will do to handle your case
  • How our contingency fees work

We’re happy to explain everything you need to know about the injury case process and working with our team.

Act Promptly to Take Action for Your Mishawaka Injury Case

An attorney from our team can help keep your case on track. However, the sooner you contact us, the more time we have to do so. 

You will likely have a limited time to file a lawsuit after an injury in Indiana. Per IC §34-11-2-4, you generally have two years to do so. If you miss this deadline, you could be barred from seeking compensation, even if you have a strong case. 

Other Ways to Prepare Your Indiana Injury Case

The steps you take in the days and weeks after your injury accident can be crucial. Our attorneys recommend that you also:

Get Needed Medical Care

You may have visited an emergency room after the incident, which is a good start for your health and case. However, continue getting the care your doctor orders. This may mean getting rest, taking certain medications, or attending follow-up appointments. 

Doing so will help you begin your recovery. It can also document that:

  • Your injuries are related to the injury accident
  • Your injuries are of a certain significance or seriousness
  • Your injuries prevented you from working

Hang Onto Important Evidence

Whether you were in a car crash or a slip and fall, you could benefit from hanging onto documents related to your case, such as:

  • Incident or police reports: You can get a copy of your crash report from the Records Division of the Mishawaka Police Department, according to the City of Mishawaka. Accident reports are also available online.
  • Receipts related to the injury: Whether you spent money on transportation, medical assistive devices, or other out-of-pocket costs, recoverable costs are available.

Our Attorneys Can Help You With These Types of Injury Cases in Mishawaka, IN

We’re familiar with many forms of injury cases in Indiana, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Commercial vehicle accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Nursing home abuse cases
  • Premises liability cases
  • Rideshare accidents
  • Autonomous vehicle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Medical malpractice
  • On-the-job accidents
  • Dog bite cases
  • Wrongful death cases
  • Catastrophic injury accidents
  • Traumatic brain injury cases

Get a Free Case Review Today From Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers

If you need help fighting for justice and compensation, we’re ready to go to work. Call Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers today to learn more about how we can get started on your case. The call is free and comes with no obligation.