Indianapolis Personal Injury AttorneyPersonal injury accidents that occur because of someone’s carelessness, negligence, or lack of care can result in serious injury and death. If you have been injured, your injuries may impact the remainder of your life. When a serious or catastrophic accident occurs, our office in Fishers or downtown Indianapolis will begin the important process of collecting evidence, investigating, locating witnesses, and preparing for court. Lewis And Wilkins LLP will deal with the person who was careless, or their insurance company, and allow the injured person to recuperate and attend to personal or family matters. Our firm will also work with our clients to advise them on their legal recourse available to address the economic impact that often accompanies a tragic accident. We work to pursue the best possible financial recovery for our clients.

The attorneys of Lewis And Wilkins LLP have assisted many Hoosiers who have been injured and their families, during the stressful period following incident. Our clients’ cases have included car accidents, trucking accidents, and sexual assaults. We have litigated premises liability claims on behalf of injured people which involved apartment complexes, swimming pools, warehouse practices, and building code violations. Premises liability claims frequently involve accidents that could have been prevented by diligent property owners. Personal injury accidents can happen anytime and anywhere when a person fails to take proper precautions. We have experience dealing with many complex issues, including engineering, optics, medical treatment, complicated medical treatment, long recovery phases, crime foreseeability, and economics.

Our experience is instrumental in holding the responsible person or entity accountable.  Our firm’s personal injury attorneys located in Fishers and downtown Indianapolis have the training, experience, and skill to fight for you. Please call (317) 636-7460 to schedule a free consultation or click the link below to contact us online.

Search