The attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers represent clients in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana in car and truck accident, bicycle and motorcycle accident, construction accident, premise liability, product liability, medical malpractice, and wrongful death cases. We help clients throughout the State of Indiana with offices in southern and central Indiana. We work with clients virtually and in person. We can meet with Lafayette and West Lafayette clients in Lafayette and West Lafayette or at any one of our various office locations around the greater Indianapolis area, including in our central Indiana office in Fishers (Indianapolis).
Lafayette, with a population of approximately 70,000 residents, is the county seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, which has a population of around 196,000 people. West Lafayette’s population is around 50,000 people. Lafayette is located off I-65 and Lafayette and West Lafayette are a little over an hour northwest of Indianapolis and about two hours southeast of Chicago, Illinois. Nearby towns include Battle Ground, Dayton, Otterbein, and Shadeland. Purdue University, one of Indiana’s largest colleges, is located in West Lafayette. Local hospitals include Franciscan Health Lafayette East and IU Health Arnett Hospital. In addition to I-65, other major thoroughfares include US-52, US-231, and IN-43.
Vehicle collisions and medical malpractice are leading causes of death in the United States. When injuries or death are caused because of someone’s wrongful conduct, whether it be a driver texting, speeding, or driving while intoxicated, improper safety precautions taken at a construction site, failure to make business property reasonably safe for consumers and business invitees, product manufacturing errors or inadequate product warnings, or medical, nursing, and hospital errors, the parties injured and the families who have lost a loved one are entitled to seek compensation under the law. While a monetary settlement or judgment will not change what happened, it is the way in which our legal justice system attempts to hold at-fault parties responsible for the harms they caused as a result of their wrongful conduct.
Obtaining compensation and pursuing legal claims can be difficult and complicated and those who are injured need an experienced personal injury attorney. While the legal process can be overwhelming and uncertain, our job as counselors for our clients is to help our clients navigate that process to best enable our clients to deal with and recover from the losses they have experienced, whether those losses are physical injuries, pain and suffering, medical costs, lost wages, emotional trauma, or in cases of wrongful death, the loss of a family member. Our injury attorneys have decades of experience in personal injury cases with Todd Barsumian and Jonathan Armiger having over 30 years of combined legal experience in personal injury matters.
Client-centered, high-quality representation is our focus, and we stand by our motto, “Your Case, Your Future, Your Firm,” which emphasizes what we do is about and for you and your family. We stand with our clients throughout the legal process to obtain justice for our clients. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness, legal knowledge, and ability to help obtain justice on behalf of our clients. We charge no attorney’s fee and do not require reimbursement of any expenses advanced by us in your case unless you obtain a recovery in your case.
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you to see if we can help you in your case. If you or someone you know has been injured or killed in an accident or as a result of medical malpractice, call Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers for a free, no-obligation consultation at (317) 644-6975 or submit information about yourself and your situation online at www.barsumianlaw.com
. Our central Indiana office is located in Fishers on the northeast side of Indianapolis and our southern Indiana office is located in Newburgh on the eastside of Evansville. We are pleased to represent clients all over the State of Indiana.