FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers from Skilled Terre Haute Personal Injury Attorneys

When you or a loved one's life is disrupted by sustaining a serious injury, it is only natural to have many questions about your situation. At McGlone Law, we believe that arming yourself with information is one of the keystones of success. As such, we are dedicated to client education. We have compiled a list of answers to frequently asked questions to help get you started. If you would like to learn more about your specific situation from our Terre Haute personal injury attorneys, please contact us at any time.

How Do I Know if I Have a Case?

If you were injured at no fault of your own, there is a likelihood that you could be entitled to compensation. Whether it was an individual who harmed you, such as a reckless driver, or because of a corporation's failure to consider the safety of consumers, if you were injured due to the negligence of another, our team may be able to help.

What Is Negligence?

Negligence is defined as a failure to act with a reasonable standard of safety, either through action or inaction. For example, choosing to drive drunk is considered negligent behavior, as it failing to properly mark any hazards on a property that you own. If you believe that negligence played a part in your injury, share the details with an attorney to confirm.

Who Can File a Wrongful Death Case in Indiana?

In the State of Indiana, a wrongful death claim must be filed by the individual who is representing the deceased's estate. If compensation is given, it will be distributed among the deceased's surviving family members, including children, dependents, or a spouse. In the case that a minor was lost to a wrongful death, the parents or guardians will most likely be the recipients of any damages rewarded.

How Can McGlone Law Help Me?

At McGlone Law, our Terre Haute personal injury lawyers can guide you through your case and provide the fierce representation in court. We can make sure that you are aware of all your rights and that your best interests are fully represented. Clients are encouraged to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with our team to get started. Our team can answer all of your questions and help you take decisive action. There are no fees unless we are able to win you case.

Call (812) 518-6707 now to speak directly to a member of our team at McGlone Law.

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