Category: Car Accidents

Group of lawyers on a meeting

The legal aftermath of a car accident can be complex. Strictly speaking, you do not have to seek help from a personal injury attorney. Practically speaking, however, the odds of securing full and fair compensation for your injuries and losses from the at-fault party increase significantly if you do. An…

Worried senior driver talking to his insurance agent.

When pursuing car accident claims in Indiana, the lawyers of Truitt Law Offices explore all options for recovering maximum compensation for clients. Most car accident claims are settled outside of court by negotiating with insurance companies. As your attorneys, we will determine liability for the accident, calculate your losses, and…

Multiple car collision in the highway

It can be difficult to determine which driver is at fault in a multi-car accident in Indiana and legally liable for the injuries suffered by others. It often takes an independent investigation to determine who should be held financially responsible and what they owe the injured. The car accident lawyers of Truitt…

Doctor checking neck injury on patient.

Many injuries caused by car accidents are immediately obvious, such as broken bones and cuts. However, others are not. The body responds to stress by releasing adrenaline, which blocks pain. That’s why it’s always best to seek medical help after an accident, even if you feel fine. The Indiana car accident…

Driver feeling neck pain from rear-end collision.

Were you injured in a rear-end car accident caused by another motorist in Indiana? If so, you may have a right to file a claim against the other driver’s liability insurance to recoup your medical expenses and other accident-related losses. Indiana is an at-fault state regarding car accident claims.  Indiana…

Female driver asking for police report from car accident.

If you’ve been involved in a collision in Indiana, you can purchase a copy of your official accident report through the Indiana State Police’s repository or from the local police department that responded to the scene. For example, police reports filed by Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers can be purchased…

Woman driver interviewed by the police.

When injury accidents happen in Indiana, people involved often wonder, “Who determines which person was at fault for the crash?” Answering this question is even more critical when severe injuries, significant financial losses, and pain and suffering deserve accountability and compensation. So, does a police report say who was at…

Problematic drivers calling police to report accident in the road.

After a car accident, most people turn to their car insurance or the liability insurance of the other driver to help them pay for car repairs and medical bills. If the accident was someone else’s fault, then you would file a claim against the other driver’s insurance auto liability coverage….