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Most of us go through our lives hoping that we are lucky enough never to be involved in a personal injury case. However, anyone can find themselves involved in an accident and suffer injuries. Even minor injuries can cause an injury victim to experience lost time at work and medical expenses related to their care. Furthermore, for accident victims who suffer permanent injuries, the cost of medical treatment can be high and quickly create a financial crisis for the victim and their families.

McGlone Law of Terre Haute, Indiana is a personal injury law firm dedicated to assisting individuals harmed by someone else’s negligence. Our legal team has extensive experience in personal injury law and litigation areas. We work diligently and compassionately to give our clients the legal representation they deserve to recover total compensation for their personal injury claims.

Contact us today by calling (812) 247-8416 to schedule an initial consultation with one of our knowledgeable personal injury lawyers and find out what we can bring to your case.

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What Are the Benefits of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Many personal injury victims decide to try and seek compensation on their own. However, they quickly realize that the legal system is more challenging than anticipated. If you have been injured in an accident, one of the first steps you need to take to protect your future is to hire a qualified personal injury attorney.

Some of the most important reasons to hire a personal injury lawyer include the following:

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What Makes Your Law Firm Stand Out From the Others?

Our law firm is uniquely qualified to help personal injury victims recover damages that may be appropriate for their particular case. For example, Indiana law is stringent regarding allowing plaintiffs to try and recover punitive damages. In most instances, the injury victim is not entitled to file a claim for punitive damages simply because the defendant in the case acted negligently but not with willful intent to cause harm.

Nevertheless, an injury victim may recover punitive damages if it can be demonstrated that the other party knowingly acted in a manner that any reasonable person would believe had a probability of causing harm or injury.

If you feel that your case qualifies for punitive damages, you need to consult with a personal injury lawyer immediately. At McGlone Law, our lawyers have the experience to determine if your case qualifies for punitive damages and what amount would be appropriate to request in a settlement.

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Do Your Lawyers Have the Experience Needed to Recover Damages in a Personal Injury Settlement?

One of the most important aspects of a personal injury lawsuit is ensuring clients can recover compensation that will provide for their medical care. Many accident victims suffer serious injuries that require ongoing care and can take weeks, months, or even longer to heal properly. If you have been injured through someone else’s fault, you may be able to recover economic and non-economic damages.

Economic damages are meant to reimburse injury victims for out-of-pocket expenses resulting from being injured. They may include:

In addition, you may be awarded economic damages if your injury has caused you to go to the hospital or need rehabilitation or physical therapy services.

Non-economic damages are awarded to cover intangible losses that may include:

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What Type of Results Can I Expect From Your Law Firm?

You may not be aware that most personal injury cases are settled out of court through negotiations with the insurance company. The other party’s insurance carrier will frequently reach out to you almost immediately after an accident occurs. Subsequently, an insurance adjuster may offer you a quick settlement. Although their initial offer may seem tempting, especially if you cannot return to work, it is rarely in your best interests.

You should only talk to or make an agreement with the other party’s insurer with your legal counsel present. Often insurers will attempt to avoid large payouts even if the insurance coverage is sufficient to pay the claim.

Our personal injury lawyers are familiar with the tactics that insurance companies use against your interests and will fight to see that the liable party is held accountable for their actions. We will work hard to collect complete and fair compensation for your injuries, emotional suffering, and other damages you have sustained.

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Why Choose Us?

McGlone Law has been proud to serve the citizens of Terre Haute, Indiana for many years. Our personal injury attorneys Gerald and Daniel McGlone have a combined seven-plus decades of legal experience between them. Both Gerald and Daniel are passionate in their dedication to ensuring that injury victims recover maximum compensation after being injured.

Our attorneys have a great deal of experience in representing personal injury cases and have obtained substantial settlements for our clients. McGlone Law understands that getting financial compensation and gaining peace of mind about what the future holds is essential to the injury victims we represent. We pledge to fight tirelessly for your legal rights and the justice you deserve.

Our personal injury lawyers, Gerald and Daniel McGlone, have extensive experience negotiating with insurance companies. As a result, a large percentage of the cases we handle are settled out of court to the satisfaction of our clients. However, if your case needs to go to court, we will provide you with the solid, effective legal representation required to win your case.

Gerald and Daniel McGlone are members of several legal professional associations, including the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and Indiana Trial Lawyers Association. Each attorney has been practicing law for over thirty years and possesses a great deal of knowledge and legal experience that helped them win cases for their clients.

McGlone Law of Terre Haute, Indiana works hard to build an attorney-client relationship with each individual who chooses us to represent them. We realize that there are many other personal injury law firms to choose from, and we strive to constantly build and cultivate an atmosphere of trust with all of our clients and be their top pick for personal injury issues.

Our law firm will constantly update you on any changes to your personal injury case. Our attorneys realize that this is most likely a frightening and overwhelming time for you and your family. We will do all we can to help ensure that your needs are met and that you can face the future confidently.

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Why Should I Hire Your Personal Injury Law Firm to Represent Me?

After you have been injured in an accident, you most likely feel overwhelmed and perhaps even frightened. At McGlone Law, our personal injury attorneys recognize this is a difficult time and want to do all that we can to give you the peace of mind you deserve. Our personal injury lawyers are not afraid to stand up to their insurance companies and remain by your side throughout the entire legal process..

If you have been injured due to negligence, you have the right to pursue legal action against the liable party. Our law firm is passionately committed to fighting for the rights of injury victims to ensure they receive the justice and compensation they deserve.

Our attorneys are proud of the service we have been able to give to the citizens of Terre Haute, Indiana, and its surrounding areas. For your convenience, we are located 1.6 miles from Terre Haute City Hall, 2.5 miles from Curtis Gilbert Park, and 2.7 miles from Thompson Park. Please contact us by calling (812) 247-8416 to talk with our legal team and assess your legal needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

A qualified personal injury attorney can investigate your case to discover all potential parties who may be at fault for causing the accident. They will review such evidence as police reports, eyewitness testimony, and video footage. They may even utilize the services of an accident reconstructionist who can give a professional opinion about the cause of the collision. Then, after your attorney has reviewed all of the evidence, they can make a final liability determination.

Indiana law allows families of wrongful death victims up to two years to file a claim. The clock starts from the date of death and not the day the deceased was injured. For example, a wrongful death victim may have been severely injured but did not die until much later. If you fail to file within the specified time, your case will most likely be thrown out. It is in your best interests to speak with an experienced wrongful death lawyer as soon as possible so you do forfeit your right to file a claim.

If you have been injured to the extent that you will need continuing or long-term medical care, you may be entitled to recover compensation for future medical expenses. Victims who have suffered catastrophic injuries often require specialized care for the duration of their lives. This type of care can become quite costly and create a financial crisis for the injury victim and their families. An experienced attorney can review your case and determine the type and amount of damages that would be appropriate.

Under Indiana law, loss of earning capacity occurs when an individual can no longer make the same amount of money they did before they were injured. Loss of earning capacity should not be confused with lost wages which reimburses an injury victim for money lost due to missed time at work. Loss of earning capacity is sometimes referred to as impairment of earning power or future earnings loss. A personal injury lawyer can help you understand how the loss of earning capacity is calculated and if you qualify to recover these damages.

You are not legally obligated to make a statement to the other party’s insurance company. You should only speak with the liable party’s insurer with your own lawyer present. When consenting to a recorded statement, you allow the insurance company to use your own words against you. You should never accept the initial offer without discussing it with your attorney.

Insurance companies may try to deny claims if there is a dispute or it is unclear who is at fault for an accident. Insurance companies will also often try to assert that the paperwork is filled out incorrectly or that there is a lack of evidence that proves their policyholder was at fault. Our personal injury lawyers are familiar with the deceitful tactics that insurance companies use and will stand up for your legal rights to obtain compensation on your behalf.

If you have been injured in an accident that involved a commercial vehicle, you may be eligible to file a claim against both the driver and the trucking company. However, your ability to do so will significantly depend on the facts and circumstances of the case. A skilled truck accident attorney will be able to thoroughly review your claim and the supporting evidence and determine who should be held liable for the accident.

The length of time that it takes to settle a personal injury case can vary due to the unique conditions that accompany each accident. For example, if an injury case involves multiple entities that could be held liable, the case will likely take longer to be resolved. Additionally, if the insurance company is unwilling to negotiate or tries to settle for an amount far less than your claim is worth, your case may need to go to court. However, on average, most personal injury cases take between 6 months and three years to settle.

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