Do You Have Questions About Personal Injuries You Have Sustained As A Result Of An Accident?
After an accident, you may be wondering if you can file a personal injury claim or sue the party at fault, or if you may be at fault. The best way to determine the options in your case is to discuss the details with an experienced personal injury attorney.
For more than 50 years, Hovde Dassow + Deets has helped clients in Indiana obtain the compensation that they deserved after their accidents. Our office is known for the compassionate one-on-one legal counsel we provide to our clients. We know what you may be facing, and we are sure we can help.
Personal Injury FAQ
Provided below are a few frequently asked questions that you may have about your personal injury case.
Can I file a personal injury claim?
If you have sustained injury after an accident, you can file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party whether they are an individual or a company.
How long do I have to file a personal injury claim?
In Indiana, you can file your injury claim up to two years after the accident occurred.
What if I was driving in the motorist’s blind spot?
It will not matter that you were in the motorist’s blind spot if the accident was caused by their distracted or impaired driving or lane switch.
Will I have to pay for my medical bills out of pocket?
Typically, medical specialists will wait until you have reached a settlement with the at-fault party’s insurer before you have to pay. You may have to pay copay fees, but you can include those in your claim.
How much is my case worth?
Compensation varies case by case, and to identify what you may be entitled to, you will want to discuss your case with a lawyer.
How much does a personal injury lawyer cost?
Personal injury lawyers typically do not collect payment unless you obtain a settlement, so there is no risk to get started. Rather than charge an upfront fee, you only pay attorney fees if and when we secure you compensation for your injuries.
For answers to your specific questions about your case, consult with one of our attorneys today for your free consultation. You can schedule your consultation online, or you can call our Indianapolis office at 317-818-3111.