Fort Branch and Princeton Personal Injury Lawyers, Medical Malpractice and Car Accident Attorneys
Our personal injury lawyers are often called upon to represent the injured in Princeton, Indiana, the county seat of Gibson County. We handle a variety of cases in the Gibson County area, including Fort Branch, but most commonly car and truck injury accidents occurring on Highway 41, State Route 64, or in close vicinity to the Toyota plant. More recently, we were able to resolve a pedestrian wrongful death case that took place in Princeton, even when the police report placed our client at fault. It is not unusual for our Princeton injury lawyers to field calls about potential medical malpractice claims arising out of medical care and treatment in the Princeton and Fort Branch area, though we are very conservative about the medical malpractice cases we will pursue given the time, expense and win rates for such cases.
Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers provide a free consultation to Princeton, Fort Branch and Gibson County residents who have suffered an injury resulting from negligent medical care, nursing home care, a slip or trip and fall, semi-truck accident or car accident. It is not unusual for our injury law firm to be contacted by families looking for answers to the cause of death of a wife, husband, mother, or father, who was a patient in a local hospital or nursing home. Although we are not able to take every case, by providing a free consultation we are able to assess whether there is a legally actionable injury or death and whether there would be a realistic potential for recovery of compensation. If hired as your personal injury, wrongful death, or medical malpractice attorney, we will keep you informed as your claim or case progresses and will strive to achieve the best possible outcome, whether through settlement or verdict. Since those harmed by the negligence of others are generally unable to pay an attorney by the hour and the time associated with the pursuit of any given case is uncertain, we only work on a no-recovery, no-fee contingency basis.
Princeton and Fort Branch are considered part of the greater Evansville metropolitan area and Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers has offices a short drive away, in both Newburgh and Evansville. Our attorneys routinely have the pleasure of visiting the Gibson County Courthouse, one of southwestern Indiana’s architectural gems. In addition to the historically significant community of Lyles Station, which has been featured as an exhibit of rural black community life by the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gibson County is also home to businesses such as Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, Toyota Boshoku Indiana and Peabody Coal Company’s Francisco Mine. Its academic institutions include colleges such as Oakland City University and Ivy Tech Community Colleges and high schools such as Gibson Southern in Fort Branch, Wood Memorial in Oakland City and Princeton High School. Princeton is also home to Deaconess Gibson General Hospital and a variety of medical clinics including Tulip Tree Health Services, South Gibson Medical Clinic, Deaconess Clinic Princeton, Deaconess Clinic Fort Branch, and Ascension Medical Group – St. Vincent – Fr. Branch. The main highway corridor north and south through Princeton is Highway 41 and east and west is State Route 64. In 2015, Princeton’s Second Avenue was extended south of West Broadway (SR 64) to increase access for residents and commercial vehicles to local area industries.
For Princeton and Gibson County residents suffering personal injury or medical malpractice or a car or truck accident through no fault of their own, Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers is just a phone call away. The law firm has offices in Evansville, Newburgh and Fishers near Indianapolis. The firm regularly pursues cases in Gibson County. In fact, Todd was trial counsel in an underinsured motorist claim arising out of a Patoka man’s significant crash which was tried to jury before the Honorable Earl G. Penrod (retired) and resulted in a Gibson County jury verdict of policy limits of $500,000, more than twice the amount offered by the insurance company.
Princeton continues to grow and expand with Toyota at the epicenter of its industrial growth. Commercial truck traffic remains heavy along Highway 41. If they accept your case, Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers provides courteous, professional service to Princeton and Fort Branch residents who have been injured in serious car or truck accidents, suffered an event of medical malpractice, or have been struck as a pedestrian or bicyclist. In addition, due to the heavy industry in the Princeton area, our attorneys may be able to assist those injured or the families of those killed in an industrial work or construction site accident. Call a Princeton or Fort Branch injury attorney today to explore your legal options. Our attorneys are willing and able to meet virtually, at your home, or at the Evansville or Newburgh law office of Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers. Although we are not able to take every Gibson County injury case, we hope you will find a free injury consultation helpful to your decision-making process.
Our Newburgh and Evansville injury law offices are equidistant from Princeton. You will find our convenient offices at 411 Main Street, Suite 300, Evansville, IN 47708 and 5455 Old Indiana 261, Newburgh, IN 47630. Call one of our Princeton personal injury lawyers today toll free by calling (844) 268-7775 or by using our convenient intaker chat feature at www.barsumianlaw.com.