Not a day passes in Indiana without a car crash happening in Marion County or some surrounding area. Some of these accidents are caused by distracted drivers; others are due to reckless driving. Some of these crashes only damage the vehicles involved, while others leave one or more people with life-threatening injuries.
Despite the many differences that can distinguish one Indiana car wreck from another, nearly every Indiana car wreck can be avoided. You and your loved ones can be severely injured when drivers do not act carefully and responsibly behind the wheel.
Have you or a family member suffered an injury in a car accident? Let Kaushal Law step up on your behalf and fight for the compensation you deserve.
What It Takes to Win a Car Accident Case in Indiana
No matter the circumstances of your crash, succeeding in a car accident lawsuit and obtaining compensation for your injuries requires you to prove three elements. These elements are:
- Negligent conduct: First, you must show that the person responsible for causing the crash acted carelessly or irresponsibly. Speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or using one’s cell phone while driving are all examples of negligent conduct that can satisfy this element.
- Causation: Next, the available evidence must establish that, but for the negligent conduct, the accident would not have happened, and you would not have suffered injuries. This is known as the causation element. Several factors may lead to the accident, but so long as the other party is primarily responsible, your case can proceed.
- Injuries: Last, you must have suffered some harm that can be compensated through a monetary judgment. This harm can be medical bills related to your injuries, lost wages due to missing work, counseling and therapy expenses, and compensation for your mental distress and anxiety.
Although these elements may seem simple and common sense, supporting them with evidence and witness testimony can be challenging. That is why you should contact Kaushal Law. We will do the hard work of preparing and presenting your claim, freeing you to look after your health and your family’s well-being.
You Have a Limited Amount of Time to Seek Compensation
Suppose a car accident has left you with severe injuries that are not fully compensated by insurance. In that case, you only have a limited amount of time to seek compensation through a lawsuit. Indiana law gives you two years from the date of your crash to file a lawsuit against the at-fault driver. Failing to take legal action within this time frame can prevent you from obtaining the monetary resources you need to be made financially whole.
Take Action Today by Calling Kaushal Law
Kaushal Law is dedicated to helping our Indiana car accident clients obtain full and fair compensation for their injuries. Through insurance claims, settlements, and litigation, we use every tool available to help our clients regain their lives after a crash.
Call or contact Kaushal Law today and let us begin work on your car accident case.