Unless you happened to be a trained attorney, the American legal system can often be very confusing. Without active research into – and perhaps participation in – personal injury law, it is all too possible to make a costly mistake long before you are able to get in contact with an Indianapolis personal injury lawyer. Unfortunately, most people do not have the time and energy to spend on legal research – nor should they have to.
Hankey Marks & Crider understands that finding clear, concise information on your rights under personal injury law is often difficult. Though they are not intended to substitute for legal advice, we hope that the following articles will help answer your questions about the basics of personal injury litigation.
- The Litigation Dilemma – Do I Need a Lawyer?
- Negligence and Personal Injury Lawsuits
- Understanding the Attorney-Client Privilege
- Anatomy of a Personal Injury Lawsuit
- The Statute of Limitations – A Quick Overview
To read more about personal injury law in Indianapolis, feel free to browse our Articles section. Or, to discuss your case with a professional Indianapolis personal injury lawyer, contact Hankey Marks & Crider at (317) 634-8565.