Stewart & Stewart – Indianapolis
According to the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, in 2018 there were 24.5 million cases of unintentional injury that resulted in an emergency room visit. Our Indianapolis personal injury lawyers know that such injuries are so prevalent, they are the third largest cause of death in the country – behind only heart disease and cancer.
If you have suffered a personal injury in Indianapolis that has caused a loss of wages, excess medical bills or other issues, you need an Indianapolis personal injury attorney to get you the compensation you deserve. The skilled team at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys is ready and willing to give your case the care and attention it deserves.
Your first conversation with us is free with no obligation. Give us a call or fill out our free online consultation form to find out how we can help after your Indianapolis personal injury.
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Injury Lawyers located in Indianapolis, Indiana
We are determined to hold negligent parties responsible for their harmful actions and will do what it takes to secure the compensation victims deserve for their injuries.
Stewart & Stewart is an Indianapolis personal injury law firm committed to protecting the rights of injured victims throughout Indiana. To provide the best service, our Indianapolis injury law firm has offices located in Carmel, Indianapolis, and Anderson, and we have successfully advocated for clients throughout Indiana, including Fort Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, South Bend, and Greenwood.
If you’ve suffered a injury, contact the injury attorneys at Stewart & Stewart. Our team of experienced Indianapolis personal injury lawyers will stand up to insurance adjusters to ensure you get the money you need to cover medical bills, lost wages, property damage, future costs, and pain and suffering.
The state capital and largest city of Indiana is Indianapolis. It’s the county seat of Marion County, too. Estimates from the United States Census Bureau put the combined population of Indianapolis and Marion County in 2019 at 886,220.
In terms of population, it ranks 16th in the United States and fourth in the Midwest, behind only Chicago, Houston, and Columbus. Larger than San Francisco but smaller than Jacksonville, Florida, Indianapolis has a total land area of 368 square miles (950 km2), making it the sixteenth largest city in the United States.
With a population of 2,048,703, the Indianapolis metro area ranks as the 34th most populous MSA in the United States. As the 28th most populous MSA in the country, it has a total of 2,431,361 people. Because of its central location in the state, Indianapolis is a major distribution center for Indiana and much of Central Indiana.
Several monuments, museums, memorials, parks, and public art pieces can be found in the city’s bustling center. Indianapolis’ skyline is dominated by the iconic Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument. There is only one level of government in Marion County, and it is headquartered in the City-County Building. The Indiana Statehouse serves as the state’s official “capitol.” The city has played host to international multi-sport events such as the 1987 Pan American Games and the 2001 World Championships in Athletics.
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Antidepressant Birth Defects
Attune Knee Replacements
Bair Hugger™ Warming Blanket
Birth and Child Injury
Camp LeJeune Water Contamination
Defective Ignition Switches
Diabetes Drugs Linked to Cancer
Endoscope Bacterial Infections
Farm Equipment Injury
Fire and Burn Injury
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Johnson & Johnson Talcum Powder
Metal-on-Metal Hip Injuries
Nursing Home Abuse
Proton Pump Inhibitors
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Social Security Disability
Talc Ovarian Cancer
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need a personal injury attorney?
Am I able to sue someone for a personal injury in Indiana?
What should I know before I file a personal injury claim?
- Always get medical attention
- Call the police
- Get copies of all reports
These three steps are vital in building a valid personal injury claim. They can be the difference between a successful insurance claim and one that is denied. If you need to go to trial, the medical documentation and police reports you obtain will become the cornerstone of the case your personal injury attorney builds. Once you have taken these steps, there are more steps to take and more information you should know. To learn more about this topic, read our article titled “5 Things to Consider When Filing a Personal Injury Claim“
How do personal injury settlements work?
What types of damages does a personal injury lawsuit cover?
What is the difference between bodily injuy and personal injury?
What happens when you win a personal injury settlement?
Do insurance companies automatically compensate for pain and suffering?
How are pain and suffering damages calculated?
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If you have been involved in an Indiana personal injury accident, contact us at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys. Our Indiana personal injury lawyers represent victims throughout the state, including Carmel and Anderson. We have also successfully advocated for clients throughout the area, including Fort Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, South Bend. Complete a free online consultation form or call us at (800) 33-33-LAW!
Stewart & Stewart Attorneys have the knowledge and experience to defend your rights in the following areas of Indiana injury law: auto accident, brain injury, drug injury, defective product, fire and burn injury, insurance dispute, medical malpractice, motorcycle accident, nursing home abuse, slip and fall, Social Security Disability, truck accident, veterans disability, workers’ compensation, wrongful death, and wrongful termination.