Our attorneys at the Indianapolis Tabor Law Firm know from experience how
injury victims often feel following a motor vehicle accident.
You feel vulnerable. Your world has been turned upside down. Many people
injured by another party’s negligence cannot return to work — sometimes
temporarily, sometimes forever. Bills pile up. Family life can change
dramatically in many ways.
Before an accident, it’s often difficult to think of how many ways
your loss might affect you” in the wake of a serious injury or the
wrongful death of a loved one.
Experienced and caring attorneys know that it is vital for family members
dealing with a serious or fatal injury to have the time and space to grieve
and heal. They don’t need added burdens thrust upon them during that process.
Our goal at Tabor Law is to promote family well-being through focusing
upon what we do best.
And that is this: helping those who put their trust in us obtain the maximum
legal recovery possible against all negligent parties who played a role
in causing harm.
Clearly, no legal remedy can ever compensate for the devastating harms
that individuals and families sometimes suffer. We know from experience,
though, that meaningful financial recoveries are tremendously important
to accident victims and families facing sudden challenges.
We work hard and passionately to secure recoveries our clients deserve,
focusing on the below and additional matters:
- Medical expenses (including any therapy or rehabilitation that is needed)
- Lost wages owing to an inability to work
- Pain and suffering (emotional distress)
- Property damage
- Loss of quality of life (of both the client and their family)
- Long-term considerations
We pursue all responsible parties and deal on your behalf with insurance
companies. And, when necessary, our tested attorneys will not hesitate
to aggressively litigate a matter in court when that is in a client’s
We welcome contacts to the firm, and offer a free case evaluation. We stand
ready 24/7 to apply Tabor Law Firm’s knowledge and energies on behalf
of any Indiana resident who is reaching out for legal help on a personal
injury or wrongful death matter.