Auto Accident Lawyers Dedicated To Getting You The Compensation You Deserve
Motor vehicle accident claims in Indiana have a two-year statute of limitations, but the time can be much shorter if the accident involved a government entity, such as a city bus. If you or a loved one has been injured in an auto accident, McGlone Law can provide representation for your case. We can investigate the incident and passionately represent you in court to help seek a positive resolution. We will even travel to your home or hospital to discuss your case.
Types Of Vehicles Involved In Many Accidents
We provide legal representation and guidance for the following types of vehicle accidents:
- Car accidents on streets and highways
- Truck accidents involving big rigs and other commercial vehicle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents, often involving drivers who denied motorists their rights on the road
- Hit-and-run accidents and accidents involving stolen vehicles
- Distracted driving accidents and drunk driving accidents
Let McGlone Law fight for you. We have what it takes to get you the compensation you deserve. Contact our firm today to get started.
What Happens After I File a Claim?
Filing a suit based on personal harm or damage to personal property (such as vehicle damage) must be done within the statute of limitations, or the court will likely not even consider it. If you only want to sue for real property damage, however, the time limit can be up to six years.
If you are unable to reach an informal settlement through mediation, your case will most likely go to court, where a judge or jury will decide a verdict involving a dollar amount, known as damages. The attorneys at McGlone Law can work directly with you throughout the mediation process and are well-equipped to represent you in court.
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