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Generally, people who operate automobiles must exercise "reasonable care under the circumstances." A failure to use reasonable care is considered negligence. A person who negligently operates a vehicle may be required to pay for any damages, either to a person or property, caused by his or her negligence. The injured party, known as the plaintiff, is required to prove that the defendant was negligent, that the negligence was a proximate caused of the accident, and that the accident caused the plaintiff's injuries.
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Motor vehicle accident cases are often complex and consist of many details that must be reviewed to determine your legal options. For this reason, it’s imperative to speak with a lawyer at Glaser & Ebbs about your case. If a lawsuit to seek compensation for damages is necessary, we will gather all necessary documentation and other vital information to build your claim. Remember that every car accident case is unique, and results will depend on the circumstances of your case. With our experience, you can trust that your case is in knowledgeable hands.
Here are several suggestions you should take if you are involved in an accident.
In order to better serve our community, we handle various types of motor vehicle accident cases, such as:
Depending on the specific circumstances of the accident and your injuries, you may be eligible to recover for your property damage and pain and suffering.
Every state has a deadline on an injured person’s right to seek compensation for the negligent actions of others. Any failure to file within the specified time will likely diminish (or prevent) you from receiving any compensation. In Indiana, car accident victims have two years to file a lawsuit, according to Indiana Code §34-11-2-4. Additionally, if your Indiana car accident involves a crash with a vehicle or employee of a government agency, there are deadlines as short as 180 days to protect your legal rights. Contact Glaser & Ebbs regarding your accident immediately to avoid any Statute of Limitations issues.
Contact an attorney from Glaser & Ebbs now to answer your questions and help you through the process. Toll-free: (800) 829-2308.