Evansville Personal Injury Lawyers, Car Accident and Medical Malpractice Attorneys
Our Evansville personal injury attorneys routinely represent the injured and families of wrongful death victims in Vanderburgh and Warrick County courtrooms. Whether the negligence arises out of a car or truck accident on the Lloyd Expressway or substandard care resulting in the death of a family member at one of the areas many nursing homes and assisted living facilities, Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers are just a phone call away for a free consultation about your legal rights. Our personal injury attorneys pursue cases on behalf of clients who have been injured by medical malpractice, a slip or trip and fall on a hazardous condition, semi-truck accidents, car accidents, or nursing home negligence. We are also available for consultation by families of victims of wrongful death. We strive to provide our injury clients with the personal attention they deserve. We focus on their case, so they can go about recovering from the harm and disruption inflicted upon their lives.
We have a Newburgh office location adjacent to the Newburgh Post Office if you live on the east-side of Evansville and would rather not travel downtown. Attorney Todd Barsumian was formerly a partner at a large Evansville law firm where he was often hired to defend personal injury lawsuits, but now works out of the firm’s Newburgh office handling personal injury cases exclusively on behalf of victims of negligence. Todd is a graduate of Castle High School and resides in Warrick County with his wife and three children. He and the attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers serve clients in Vanderburgh County, including Evansville and Darmstadt.
Vanderburgh County, in which Evansville is located, is a thriving community in southwestern Indiana, which is heavily traveled by commuters and commercial transportation on highways such as I-69, Highway 41 and the Lloyd Expressway. Newburgh and Warrick County border Vanderburgh on the east, Princeton and Gibson County to the north, and Mount Vernon and Posey County to the west. Evansville is located on the Ohio River across from Henderson, Kentucky and boasts a population of nearly 200,000 people. With the recent increase in population in Vanderburgh County and the increasing national significance of I-69 to the transportation industry for commerce, residents are likely to see a rise in motor vehicle accidents involving cars, trucks, and motorcycles. The addition of bike lanes on many local roads like Oak Grove stretching into Warrick County increases the odds that bicyclists and pedestrians alike will fall victim to inattentive, careless, or texting motorists. According to a study by a commercial vehicle web-based analytics company, Highway 41, which runs north and south through Vanderburgh County and the heart of Evansville, has the highest fatal car crash rate in Indiana with an average of 10 fatal car crashes a year.
Evansville’s hospitals also serve the residents of southwestern Indiana and western Kentucky. Local hospitals include Ascension St. Vincent Evansville Hospital, Deaconess Gateway, and Deaconess Midtown. Local attractions include Evansville’s Children’s Museum, the Ford Center, Tropicana Casino, picturesque Bosse Field, and the West-Side’s Fall Festival. Shopping is plenty along Green River Road and Eastland Mall and the city boasts original restaurants like the House of Cuomo, as well as chains such as Bonefish Grill and Biaggi’s.
If you or a family member have been injured in a truck, car, or motorcycle accident in Evansville, or have experienced harm as a result of medical malpractice at an Evansville hospital, nursing home or clinic and want to know your legal rights and options, it is important to consult with an experienced Evansville personal injury or medical malpractice lawyer. We provide a free consultation for the injured and their families and can meet with prospective clients in our Evansville or Newburgh office, in the privacy of their homes, or virtually via a variety of remote meeting applications utilized by the firm if preferred. If you believe you need the help of an Evansville injury lawyer and we are willing to accept your case, we will represent you on a contingency, no-recovery no-fee basis.
In addition to Newburgh, we also have an office just outside of Indianapolis in Fishers, Indiana to help serve our state-wide clients. Our Newburgh office is located at 5455 Old Indiana 261, Newburgh, IN 47630. You can speak with our Evansville injury lawyers today by calling (812) 909-0496 or by submitting information about your personal injury case or medical malpractice incident at www.barsumianlaw.com.