Hamilton County Personal Injury Lawyers

We represent injured clients in Boone, Marion, Tipton, Madison and Hendricks Counties and Throughout Indiana

Were you recently in a car accident?  Have you been injured due to someone else’s negligence?  We represent Indiana residents from various portions of the state in automobile accidents, and other accidents that occur.

In most serious injury auto accident cases, those responsible will have insurance companies and their lawyers to defend their interests.  Insurance companies for those causing accidents do not have any concern about doing what is “fair”; instead their sole goal is to avoid or minimize payouts on behalf of their insured.  Toward this goal, they can be expected to take whatever actions are possible to deny liability or to blame others, even the accident victims.  When serious injuries have occurred, they almost never offer a payment that is fair unless they are sued and face the prospect of a substantial judgment at trial.

We can help even the playing field.  If you have been injured in an automobile or other accident due to someone else’s negligence, we may be able to assist you.   We believe it is important to talk to an attorney early on, so that your rights are not compromised, and we can advise you of your legal rights for seeking compensation from those responsible.

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Almost all of our personal injury cases are taken on a contingent basis, meaning you will not have to pay any attorney fees up front.  In a contingent fee representation, we are only compensated for our time if we are successful in obtaining a settlement or judgment.  To schedule a consultation with a personal injury lawyer contact the Attorneys at Adler Tesnar& Whalin at 317-773-1974 to schedule your no obligation free initial consultation today.

Adler Attorneys
136 S 9th St # 400
Noblesville, IN 46060
phone: (317) 773-1974
fax: (317) 773-0943

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