Protection When You Have Been Injured
The costs associated with recovering from an injury are substantial. There are doctors’ bills, hospital fees, drug costs, and insurance premiums. If you cannot immediately return to work, you may suffer a financial setback in the form of lost income. For many, the considerations quickly become overwhelming. Some individuals forego badly needed medical treatment to avoid having to pay.
Tim Hayes Law can help. Namely, if your injuries were caused by someone else’s carelessness or recklessness, you are entitled to financial compensation for your medical care and related expenses. With more than 25 years of experience in the field, our firm has helped numerous individuals in Terre Haute and throughout western Indiana obtain the restitution they need to recover.
Legal Support For A Range Of Personal Injury Considerations
We offer experienced assistance in a full spectrum of personal injury matters, including:
- Car accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Construction site accidents
- Slip-and-fall injuries
- Dog bites
- Medical malpractice
- Wrongful death
We are adept at negotiating with insurance companies. However, if a favorable agreement cannot be reached, our firm will always be prepared to assert your rights in court, where we have developed a reputation for effectiveness. Simply put, we know when to settle — and when to fight.
We will work rigorously to answer your questions, and ensure you are compensated for medical treatment, lost wages, property loss, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and other costs that you incur.
Ensuring Workplace Safety
Tim Hayes Law is also skilled in representing individuals who have suffered an injury while on-the-job. We also help individuals petition for Social Security Disability benefits, if their injuries prevent them from working.
An Attorney Can Help Your Recovery Proceed Smoothly
The steps you take following an injury matter. It is important to follow medical advice, and to understand what you should and should not say to insurers and other institutional representatives.