Griffith Truck Accident Attorneys, Car Accident Lawyers, Wrongful Death, Personal Injury, and Medical Malpractice
Our law firm, Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers, helps clients all over Indiana in personal injury, medical malpractice, and wrongful death cases. We represent those who have been injured, or the families of those who have been killed, due to the negligent or careless acts of others. We have handled cases against individuals, large corporations, and government entities. We have offices in central Indiana in Fishers (Indianapolis) and in southern Indiana in Newburgh (Evansville).
Griffith is a town in Lake County, Indiana, one of Indiana’s largest counties with a population of around 500,000 people. Griffith is part of the Chicago metropolitan area, located around 40 minutes southeast of Chicago. Griffith is located near Gary, Highland, Hammond, Munster, Schererville, and Merrillville, Indiana. Griffith has a population of around 16,500 residents. Major nearby healthcare providers include Community Hospital, Methodist Hospitals Midlake Campus, Franciscan Health Munster, and St. Catherine Hospital. Major nearby thoroughfares include IN 53, 55 and 912, US 30 and 41, and I-65 and I-94.
Over 24,500 individuals were involved in vehicle collisions in Lake County in a recent year, according to a study by the Indiana University Public Policy Institute. Almost 60 individuals were tragically killed. Of the more than 15,000 vehicle collisions in Lake County, over 300 involved an alcohol-impaired driver. Over 2,000 collisions were speed-related, making Lake County the 2nd highest for the number of speed-related collisions amongst all Indiana counties. There were over 175,000 collisions throughout Indiana.
We help individuals who have been injured in car, motorcycle, and truck crashes and those who have been injured in vehicle-pedestrian collisions. We have successfully handled cases against alcohol-impaired drivers, speeding drivers, asleep or fatigued drivers, distracted drivers, and drivers who have failed to follow the rules of the road by failing to yield the right of way, by disregarding stop signs and traffic signals, and by attempting improper passes and turns. We also help clients who have suffered harm as a result of medical malpractice. A recent study found that over 250,000 deaths are caused yearly by medical malpractice in the United States. We have successfully handled cases against physicians, nurses, hospitals, and nursing homes when they fail to comply with the applicable standard of care in providing medical care.
Todd Barsumian manages our Newburgh (Evansville) office and Jonathan Armiger manages our Fishers (Indianapolis) office. Together they represent clients all over Indiana with over 30 years of combined legal experience. They personally assist clients throughout the investigation, claims, and litigation process. Personal injury and medical malpractice cases can be difficult and take a long time to resolve. We recognize the burdens our clients are faced with after suffering an injury, whether it be dealing with a physical injury, lost income from not being able to work, or every-increasing medical bills and other expenses. We work hard day in and day out to provide client-centered, high-quality representation in investigating and negotiating our clients’ injury cases and advocating for our clients to give them a voice in the legal process.
If you think you may have a personal injury, medical malpractice, or wrongful death case, you can contact the attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers by calling (844) 268-7775 for a free consultation to see if we can help. You can also fill out one of our quick contact forms with information about yourself and your case and we can contact you. When we represent clients, we work on a contingency fee basis, which means we charge no attorney’s fees unless there has been a recovery for our clients. While no case is the same and past results do not guarantee any outcome, we have successfully recovered millions of dollars for our injury clients. We would be happy to speak with you to learn more about your situation to see if we can help.