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Personal Injury Attorneys in Evansville, Indiana (IN)

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Personal Injury Lawyers in Evansville, Indiana (IN)

If you were harmed by the actions or negligence of someone else, you might be eligible for financial compensation with a personal injury lawsuit. It’s important to keep in mind that the state of Indiana limits personal injury lawsuits to two years after the date of the incident. It’s crucial to take legal action before time runs out.

Morgan & Morgan has been fighting for the rights of victims for more than 30 years. We are for the people, having recovered more than $5 billion on behalf of our clients. Our Evansville, Indiana, attorneys are passionate about obtaining the compensation and justice you deserve. We pride ourselves on transparency, giving clients 24/7 open communication via our mobile app. And we never charge by the hour. There are no upfront costs, and you pay us only if we win for you.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

We help clients with all types of cases, including:

  • Medical malpractice
  • Birth injuries
  • Slip-and-falls
  • Dog bites
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Burns
  • Brain injury
  • Product liability
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Spinal cord injury

To be eligible for a personal injury lawsuit, you must experience harm resulting from the negligence of another party. Our Evansville attorneys are ready to hear the facts of your case and give you clear, transparent advice regarding the best way to proceed. Since you don’t owe us anything unless we win for you, there’s no harm in investigating. We know how much an injury is worth. At Morgan & Morgan, we never settle for less than the full compensation you deserve.

What to Expect With a Personal Injury Lawsuit

If you are recovering after a setback, you have more important things to worry about than haggling with insurance or dealing with a lawsuit. Money from a legal victory can pay your medical bills, help your family’s financial situation, and provide relief from the emotional impact of the incident. Our attorneys fight for your best interests at every stage of your case. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Initial filing: Your attorney writes a complaint detailing the facts of the case and asks for damages. After filing with the court, your lawsuit begins.
  • Pretrial maneuvering: Before the case goes to trial, lawyers interview witnesses, obtain expert testimony, and build their cases. The pretrial phase lasts anywhere from weeks to months, depending on the complexity of the case.
  • Settlement: If the other side wishes to avoid a public battle, they may offer to settle. If the settlement is fair, we may encourage you to accept it. If not, we will go to trial to seek the full compensation you deserve.
  • Trial: Here, both sides argue the case in front of a judge. During a trial, you may be asked to testify. While it is often taxing, we will make sure to shield you from stressors. After the trial concludes, the judge will issue a finding. If you win, the defendant will pay you a settlement to reflect physical and emotional damages relating to the incident.

If you’re an Evansville resident who has experienced harm at the hands of someone else, contact Morgan & Morgan immediately. When it comes to personal injury cases, size matters. With more than 500 attorneys nationwide, we have the resources and reach necessary to provide you the best service possible. Insurance companies are scared of us because of our proven track record.

If we move forward with your case, you’ll get a full team of lawyers and legal staff to fight for your best interests so you can focus on what matters most. More than 100,000 clients trust Morgan & Morgan – don’t go through this alone. Get the opinion of one of our Evansville personal injury lawyers today by filling out a free case evaluation.

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