Defending Your Rights After A Severe Motor Vehicle Accident
Thousands of car and motor vehicle accidents occur across Indiana’s roadways every year, and many have lifelong repercussions for their victims. Motorcycle crashes often result in head trauma or severe limb injuries. Trucking accidents are linked to crush injuries and deaths. For victims and their families, their future stability depends on getting the medical and financial aid that they are due.
Our team at Findling Park Conyers Woody & Sniderman, PC, has extensive experience handling complex personal injury claims and defending the rights of injury victims. We have crafted compelling cases for a variety of clients in the Indianapolis area. We are ready to take on challenging motor vehicle accident cases and fight to help you achieve compensation.
The Aftermath Of Catastrophic Accidents
When you have been in an accident, the damage only begins with damage to your vehicle. The most severe motor vehicle accidents can result in injuries that have costly consequences for both you and your family. These severe accidents can result in injuries like:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Severe burns
- Organ damage
- Spinal cord and nerve damage
- Crush injuries resulting in paralysis and permanent muscle damage
- Death of driver or passengers
In the aftermath of motor vehicle accidents, having an attorney by your side is an important way to ensure that you receive the compensation you need for medical expenses and for your pain and suffering.
Our attorneys have decades of experience negotiating with insurance companies and at-fault motorists. All of our lawyers are skilled litigators, ready to present your case in court if negotiations break down. In and out of the courtroom, we are dedicated to achieving the best possible results for you.
Experienced Attorneys For Your Case
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, don’t wait to get the support you need. Contact our office online or call (317) 953-2292 to schedule a no-cost consultation and start building your personal injury case.