Boonville Personal Injury Attorneys, Medical Malpractice and Car Accident Lawyers
Our medical malpractice, car accident and personal injury lawyers represent the injured in Boonville, the county seat of Warrick County. Whether the negligence arises out of a car or truck accident at the busy intersection of State Route 261 and 62 or medical malpractice or nursing home neglect resulting in the wrongful death of a loved one at one of Boonville’s medical and nursing home facilities, Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers are available to provide a free consultation. Our injury and medical malpractice attorneys handle cases on behalf of clients who have been injured in truck and car crashes, by medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, or a slip or trip and fall resulting in broken bones or a traumatic brain injury. Many times we are contacted by loved ones looking for answers arising out of the death of a family member who was a patient in a local hospital or nursing home. By providing our potential clients with a free consultation, we are able to determine the type of help their case may require and whether we would be a good fit to help them find answers and free them from some of the worry brought about when negligence strikes. If we are able to help and we are hired to represent you or your family, we will strive to provide you with personal, efficient and effective legal representation. And, because those harmed by the negligence of others are often financially unable to pay an attorney’s hourly rate, we work on a no-recovery, no-fee contingency basis.
Boonville is just down the road from Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers’ Newburgh, Indiana office located at the south end of Old Indiana 261 next to the Newburgh Post Office. Injury attorney Todd Barsumian grew up in the Warrick County area, often visiting Boonville’s Scale Lake to fish and picnic with family. Todd began his legal career at a large, Evansville corporate law firm where he was hired for the defense of insurance companies and businesses in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. Todd was even hired to defend the mother of a then-Judge when she was sued for injuries resulting from a Newburgh car accident. In 2010, Todd gave up his personal injury defense practice to only help victims and families of those injured by unsafe and negligent conduct. The firm has offices in Newburgh, Evansville and in the northeastern Indianapolis-area city of Fishers. The firm regularly files cases that, if not settled, will be tried before a jury in Warrick County, which Todd calls home. The personal injury and car accident attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers represent clients and their families across Warrick County, including Chandler, Elberfeld, Newburgh, Tennyson, and Lynnville. Todd resides in Boonville with his family. When he is not at the office, doing yard work or attending sports and school events, he and his family enjoy the amenities offered by the Warrick County community and may be found hiking at Scales Lake, stocking up on chicken and dog food at the Boonville Tractor Supply, or jogging Friedman Park.
Boonville is a rapidly-growing community in Warrick County just east of Chandler and Newburgh. Commercial truck traffic was once heavy on the square in Boonville and contributed to congestion and a number of serious, and even fatal, accidents, but luckily the Boonville bypass has allowed much of the semi, coal and gravel truck traffic to bypass the downtown through the extension of State Route 261 and roundabouts at Millersburg and Eskew, Boonville-New Harmony, and State Route 61. Although the use of roundabouts is a relatively new traffic feature to Warrick County, local traffic has quickly grown accustomed and few serious car crashes have occurred. Being mostly rural, ATVs and motorcycles are popular in Boonville and ATV and motorcycle injuries and deaths are unfortunately not uncommon. ATV recreation is especially popular at Interlake State Recreation Area just to the north of Boonville in Lynnville.
Although the county seat, Boonville only has one full-service hospital, which is Ascension St. Vincent Warrick. Many Boonville residents seek out convenient care at the hospital, as well as at one of the various convenient medical and urgent-care clinics in Boonville run by Ascension St. Vincent or Deaconess.
Boonville residents, like all Hoosiers, never wish to be needlessly endangered by negligent operation of cars or trucks on local roads, or substandard medical care. If you or a family member in Boonville have been injured by medical malpractice by a Boonville medical provider or nursing home, or involved in a truck, car, motorcycle, or bicycle accident in Boonville, you should explore your legal options by consulting with an experienced Boonville personal injury or medical malpractice attorney. Our attorneys provide a free consultation in medical malpractice, wrongful death, and personal injury cases. They are available to meet virtually, meet with you at your home, or at the Newburgh office of Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers. Although sometimes there may be no legal recourse for an injury or death, you owe it to yourself and your family to weigh your options with a Boonville injury attorney. If the free consultation results in our agreement to take your case, we will represent you on a contingency basis, meaning if there is no recovery, you owe no fee.
Along with Newburgh, we have an office in the northeastern suburb of Indianapolis, Fishers, Indiana. Our Newburgh injury law office is closest in proximity to Boonville and is conveniently located at 5455 Old Indiana 261, Newburgh, IN 47630. Speak with one of our Boonville personal injury lawyers today by calling (812) 490-0820 or by submitting information about your injury, car or truck accident or medical malpractice incident at www.barsumianlaw.com.