Bicycle Accident Attorney

A bicyclist is a very vulnerable traveler. Even if you wear a helmet, put the appropriate lights on your bike and follow traffic signals, a car wreck involving a bicycle usually leaves the bicyclist with devastating injuries.

Indiana law considers bicyclists on the same level as drivers of motorized vehicles. They are entitled to ride on most roadways and are expected to follow the same traffic laws.

While most accidents involving a bicycle can be traced to negligence and reckless driving on the part of a motorist, there are also times when the biker is at fault for not obeying the rules of the road.

Many cyclists do not realize that they can get their medical bills paid through their own auto insurance, so they avoid getting treatment for their injuries.

Our professional staff works diligently to prepare your case for trial, even if we reach a settlement prior to entering the courtroom. We are determined to help you achieve the best bike injury compensation possible.

Head-On, Rear-End & T-Bone Crashes

It is not uncommon to suffer serious injury as the result of a head-on, rear-end or T-bone crash, even when there is minimal damage to the vehicles involved. If you have been injured in a car accident, choose a lawyer who is not afraid of a fight to get the compensation you deserve.
Our goal is to get you the best recovery possible for your pain, suffering, lost wages and other damages.

Car Accident Injury Attorney
When attempting to recreate the scene of an accident, it is often helpful to understand the different types of collisions that can occur, including the following:

Head-on: When the front ends of two vehicles hit each other, often resulting in severe or fatal injuries
Rear-end: When one vehicle crashes into the vehicle in front of it, usually caused by tailgating or panic stops
T-bone crashes: When the side of one vehicle is hit by the front or rear of another vehicle or a fixed object, forming a “T.”

Nursing Home Neglect Lawyer

One of the worst things about nursing home neglect is the abuse of trust that the families feel. They trust that the nursing home would provide better care than they could at home. Instead they find that their loved ones have been hurt and in some cases, severely injured.

For our clients and the families of the elderly or people with physical and developmental disabilities and false promises are simply not acceptable. If a nursing home has broken your trust and injured someone you care about, take action. Talk to a lawyer who will fight for you.

Many different types of nursing home neglect and abuse:

  • Bed sores (also called pressure sores and decubitus ulcers)
  • Malnutrition/dehydration
  • Untreated infections
  • Pneumonia
  • Medication errors
  • Lack of supervision/wandering off/elopement
  • Broken bones from falls or abuse
  • Physical or mental abuse