If you or a loved one has been injured in an automobile crash in Indiana, speak to a personal injury lawyer before signing any documents, discussing liability, or agreeing to an insurance settlement.

At Jones Law Office, we understand how frightening and overwhelming an automobile crash can be. The attorneys at Jones Law Office are tough South Bend injury lawyers who are committed to fight for you and help you recover the maximum amount of compensation for your pain and suffering.

At Jones Law Office, we handle all Automobile Accident Cases including:
• Truck accidents
• Motorcycle accidents
• Bus accidents
• Vehicle rollovers
• Uber/Lyft accidents
• Hit and Run accidents
• Accidents involving a pedestrian, bicycle, scooter or skateboard
• Highway construction accidents
• Poor road design accidents
• Drunk driving accidents

Why Should I Speak to a Personal Injury Attorney After an Automobile Crash?
Whether you or a loved one was hurt as a driver, passenger, or pedestrian in the state of Indiana, the attorneys at Jones Law Office will fight tirelessly to protect your health, your finances, and your rights.

While insurance companies are helpful for paying for some damages, many try to shortchange victims to save money. This treatment is unacceptable, so in order to ensure that you and your loved ones are being treated fairly, it is important to work with an experienced injury attorney who is well versed in Indiana automobile accident law to help you get the best result.

Negligence and negligent driving can cause drivers, passengers, and pedestrians physical, emotional, and financial damages. There are a host of reasons why a driver can be declared as negligent such as the following:
• Texting while driving
• Speeding
• Driving while fatigued
• Driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
• Tailgating
• Failing to yield the right-of-way
• Driving on the wrong side of the road

The attorneys at Jones Law Office are trusted, experienced automobile accident attorneys who believes no one should be forced to suffer because of another driver’s negligence. We are here to represent you and your best interests and make sure those at fault pay for all the damages that were caused, even those that extend far beyond the time of the crash.

The Most Common Types of Automobile Accident Injuries
• Cuts and bruises
• Lacerations
• Fractures and broken bones
• Head and neck injuries
• Whiplash
• Knee injuries
• Back injuries
• Spinal cord injuries
• Internal bleeding
• Traumatic brain injuries
• Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
• Death

Some of these injuries, such as back or neck injuries, may not be apparent directly after the accident, and may show up days or weeks following the accident. Look out for warning signs that you have an injury due to the accident, such as dizziness, pain and discomfort. These delayed symptoms of injury are the reason that you should seek medical treatment immediately after an automobile accident even if you think you were not injured. Without medical records to back your claim, it will be harder to prove the accident caused the injuries.

What You Should Do After an Automobile Accident in Indiana
If you or a loved one are involved in an automobile accident in Indiana, the first thing to do is remain calm, call 911 and get medical treatment. The police will file a police report, which will serve as critical evidence in your automobile accident claim. If possible, exchange contact and insurance information with the other driver as well as the names and contact information of any witnesses. Take photographs of your injuries, the accident scene, and damage to the vehicles. If you cannot get the necessary information or take pictures, ask someone to help collect the information for you.

All medical treatment related to the accident will help support your accident claim, including medical records of your doctor visits, prescribed medications, radiological tests, procedures, surgeries, and rehabilitation. Make sure you accurately describe your injuries and symptoms to your medical providers. Be careful to follow all of your doctor’s recommendations for treatment and therapy.

An insurance claims adjuster from the other driver’s insurance company will be in contact with you very shortly after the accident. The claims adjuster has the responsibility to investigate the accident and negotiate the claim. Do not speak with the adjuster or anyone else from the insurance company without legal representation.

It is important that you notify your insurance company of the automobile accident within 24 hours of the accident. However, do not to sign any documents, discuss liability, or agree to an insurance settlement without a personal injury attorney representing you.

Jones Law Office is dedicated to helping you and your loved ones recover and get back to your daily routine. We’re here to help you obtain the maximum amount of compensation for your pain and suffering.

Contact the Automobile Accident Attorneys at Jones Law Office Today
We are here for you in your time of need.
Call Jones Law Office at (574)239-7017 or fill out the form to schedule a free case evaluation today.