New Castle Car Accident Attorneys, Personal Injury Lawyers, Wrongful Death and Medical Malpractice
The attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers serve residents of New Castle, Indiana in personal injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice cases. If you or family member have been injured in a car accident, truck accident, slip-and-fall accident, construction accident, or as a result of nursing home negligence or medical malpractice, our attorneys can help. We have offices in central Indiana in Fishers on the northeast side of Indianapolis, about 45 minutes west of New Castle, and in southern Indiana in Newburgh on the east side of Evansville.
New Castle is city in central Indiana in Henry County, Indiana with approximately 17,000 residents. It serves as the county seat of Henry County. It is located about 50 miles east of Indianapolis, 20 miles south of Muncie, and 30 miles west of Richmond. New Castle has the largest high school gym in the country, New Castle Fieldhouse. It is also home to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. Local healthcare providers include Henry Community Health/Henry County Hospital. Major local thoroughfares include IN-3 and IN-38, and I-70 to the south of New Castle.
The lawyers at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers appreciate the devastating and all-too-often life-changing effects that accidents can have on injured Hoosiers and their families. Whether you are experiencing pain, suffering from permanent or disabling injuries, wondering how you are going to deal with the financial burden of medical bills or lost wages, or coping with the loss of a spouse, child, or parent, the attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers can help. Our attorneys have over 30 years of combined legal experience and have been recognized by their clients and other lawyers for their work in personal injury and medical malpractice cases.
What we do as personal injury and medical malpractice lawyers is about you and your family. Our motto is “Your Case. Your Future. Your Firm.” We work every day to try to provide high-quality, client-centered legal representation. We understand most of our clients have never had to hire an attorney and we try our best to help our clients understand what we can do to help them recover compensation for what has been taken from them. Personal injury and medical malpractice cases can be difficult and take a long time. Our experienced personal injury attorneys know what needs to be done to obtain accountability and justice for what happened. While we can’t change what happened, we can try to help you and your family recover from your loss by helping you obtain a remedy for what has been taken from you.
If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident, or suffered the loss of a family member, due to another’s negligent or careless acts, contact Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers for a free consultation. While we can’t help in every case, we would welcome the opportunity to hear from you to see if we can help you. Insurance companies attempt to compensate injured victims as little as possible to make claims go away. We want to make sure your story is heard and with our firm you are not another number. Our attorneys work personally with our clients through every step of the process, from investigating claims, litigating lawsuits in court, and ultimately trying cases before judges or juries. We can’t guarantee any outcome in your case, but we can tell you that we will stand with you and your family in seeking accountability and justice to try to right a wrong.
Call the attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers for a free consultation at (317) 644-6975, or while you are on our website, fill out a quick contact form with information about yourself and your potential case. If your situation is one in which we might be able to help, we will contact you, typically within 24 hours, and again, there is no cost in reaching out to us to see if we can help. If we can help and you hire us as your attorneys, we will work for you on a contingency fee basis, which means you will not have to pay any attorney’s fees or reimbursement of advanced expenses unless you obtain a recovery in your case.