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Personal Injury


Merrillville, Indiana Personal Injury Lawyers Fight to Win

Seasoned professionals backing injured victims in the Hoosier State

A serious personal injury can radically alter your life. You suddenly go from sound health to painful disability, from personal autonomy to a strict treatment regime, from earning a living to watching bills mount. If this has happened to you or a loved one, you understand that helplessness. You also know the frustration you feel when you don’t have someone fighting on your side to obtain compensation for all you’ve suffered. For more than 30 years, Marshall P. Whalley & Associates, PC has fought for victims of serious accidents throughout Indiana, winning several dozen multimillion-dollar recoveries. You can trust our attorneys to be knowledgeable, fully engaged, plain-spoken and resourceful.

Quality legal representation for suits arising out of various types of harm

Indiana boasts a wide variety of attractions in cities including Evansville and Terre Haute in the agricultural south to Gary and South Bend in the north. Wherever you are in the state, Marshall P. Whalley & Associates, PC can help with cases arising out of:

  • Car accidents — Unfortunately, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway isn’t the only place high-speed car accidents occur. Our lawyers battle insurers on your behalf.
  • Truck accidents — We have the special experience required to litigate truck accident claims successfully by pinpointing the responsible individual and corporate parties.
  • Boat accidents — From Lake Michigan to the Ohio River, and on the small waterways in between, Indiana residents enjoy personal watercraft. Our attorneys assist when harmful boat accidents occur.
  • Medical malpractice — Even in complex medical malpractice cases, our firm knows how to investigate and demonstrate violations of care standards by healthcare professionals.

For these and all other personal injury claims, our lawyers will give you the advice and advocacy you need to maximize your likelihood of a favorable result.

Pursuing full compensation for serious injuries throughout Indiana

Our attorneys are committed to pursuing the maximum settlement or jury award possible for your injuries. We fully investigate your accident to gather the evidence to prove liability and then hold the responsible parties accountable. The value of your case hinges on the severity and permanence of your injuries. Damages you may collect include:

  • Medical expenses, past and future
  • Lost earnings, past and future
  • Costs of physical and occupational therapy
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Loss of consortium
  • Costs of modifying a home to accommodate disabilities
  • Physical pain
  • Mental suffering
  • Emotional distress

In cases of severe injury, defendants and their insurance company resist paying the full value of the claim and often delay proceedings to wear a plaintiff down, adding to the time and expense of litigation. Fortunately, we have the resources to take your case through trial. Additionally, since our firm works on a contingency fee basis, you pay no legal fees until we recover compensation for you.

Indiana state law sets a strict deadline to act on your rights

The Indiana statute of limitations — the time within which you can bring a lawsuit — is two years from the date of the injury. Many factors can influence how the time is measured. For example, the statute is paused when a victim is incapacitated, as in a coma, and starts again when the victim regains capacity. We can explain how the rules apply to you.

Let an accomplished Indiana personal injury lawyer evaluate your case for free

See why Marshall P. Whalley & Associates, PC has such an impressive track record in personal injury litigation. Our attorneys will meet with you personally and evaluate your case free of charge. To schedule an appointment, call our Crown Point office at 219.769.2900 or contact us online.



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