Riley Williams & Piatt, LLC Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyers

Personal Injury Representation in Indianapolis

Put 50+ Years of Experience on Your Side

At Riley Williams & Piatt, LLC, we are devoted to fighting for the injured. For decades, we have been representing injury victims and those who have lost a loved one as a result of the negligence, fault, and other wrongdoings of another person or a company.

We also represent individuals or families who have been harmed or suffered losses due to nursing home neglect and other accidents that caused child injury or catastrophic injuries including spinal cord injury.

Why Hire Our Firm?

What Is Considered a Personal Injury Accident?

Personal injury accidents occur with the negligent or wrongful action or inaction of another person or company. Personal injury can be anything from dangerous prescription drugs to a car crash. Any incident wherein one person is harmed or has suffered significant losses because of the negligence or other wrongful actions or even inaction of another person or company may be considered a personal injury, especially if the case includes physical, emotional, and financial hardships.

Some of the Personal Injury Matters We Handle Include:
  • Motor vehicle accidents
    We represent individuals and their families who have been seriously injured or killed due to the negligence, carelessness, or recklessness of another in an automobile, truck, motorcycle, semi-truck, and tractor-trailer accidents.
  • Traumatic brain injury
    Any blow to the head may cause a traumatic brain injury. Most commonly, this occurs in automobile, motorcycle, or truck accidents. It can also happen in falls at construction sites, from billboards, or even from a tanker truck. The sudden slowing of the head in an automobile accident, which causes the brain to strike the skull without the skull ever striking any object can also cause a brain injury.
  • Wrongful death
    A wrongful death is any death that occurs as the result of the negligence of wrongdoing of another or a company. Typically, a husband, wife, child, or parent of the deceased may make a claim.
  • Construction accident
    Construction sites can often be very dangerous, especially when appropriate OSHA safety standards are not followed.
  • Medical malpractice- Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare professional falls below the standard of care in treating a person.
  • Products liability- Many products in the market today from everyday equipment to pharmaceutical drugs and medical devices can cause serious injuries to consumers.

What Damages Can I Recover in a Personal Injury Case?

Compensation that is paid to a plaintiff in a personal injury case are meant to cover the costs associated with the injury that was caused by the accident. Although it’s difficult to calculate an estimate of how much compensation or settlement amount before looking into the details surrounding the case, there are several damages you can recover in a personal injury case.

Damages include:

  • Medical costs
  • Pain and suffering
  • Long-term medical care and assistance
  • Loss of income and/or earning capacity

Get Started on Your Case Today!

If you have been involved in a personal injury accident, please contact the Indiana personal injury attorneys at Riley Williams & Piatt, LLC to schedule a free initial consultation. There is no cost unless we achieve a recovery for your case. No matter what injury or losses you have sustained, know that you have a fierce advocate on your side with our Indianapolis personal injury attorneys.

Don't Wait to Get Started on Your Case. Call (317) 593-2467
to Schedule a Free, No-Obligation Consultation.

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