Newburgh Personal Injury Lawyers, Medical Malpractice, and Car Accident Attorneys
Our car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury lawyers are often hired to represent the injured in Warrick County and nearby Vanderburgh County courtrooms. Whether the negligence arises out of a car or truck accident at a busy intersection like Lincoln and 261 or at Bell and 66 or malpractice or neglect resulting in wrongful death of a loved one at one of Newburgh’s many medical and nursing home facilities, Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers are just a phone call away. Our attorneys pursue personal injury cases on behalf of clients who have been injured by motor vehicle crashes, medical malpractice, construction-site safety failures, commercial truck crashes, car crashes, nursing home, and other negligence. We are often called by families of victims of wrongful death wanting answers about their loved one’s medical or nursing home care. Although not all cases of negligence require the help of an attorney, we will provide a free consultation to allow you and us to decide if the case is an appropriate one for legal representation. If it is and you do hire us to pursue your case, our aim is to take some of the stress away from your daily life, so you can focus on rebuilding the damage caused and get back to living as normal a life as you can under the circumstances.
Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers’ Newburgh, Indiana office is conveniently located at the intersection of Bell Road and Old Indiana 261 adjacent to the Newburgh Post Office. Attorney Todd Barsumian is a Castle High School graduate and resides in Warrick County with his family. He started his legal career in Evansville at a large corporate law firm where businesses and insurance companies would often hire him to defend personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. However, in 2010, he opened his own firm and transitioned to working only for victims and families of those harmed by unsafe behavior. In 2013, the firm moved to Newburgh and now has an office in Fishers to better serve its clients. He and the attorneys at Barsumian Armiger Injury Lawyers serve clients throughout Warrick County, including Boonville, Chandler, Elberfeld, Tennyson, and Lynnville. Todd and his family are active in the Warrick County community and, if not at the office, can often be found enjoying Castle games, walking the Newburgh riverfront, hiking the trails at Scales Lake, or jogging at Friedman Park.
Warrick County, in which Newburgh is located, is a fast-growing community just east of Evansville. It routinely boasts one of the lowest unemployment rates in the State of Indiana, with many of the residents traveling to Evansville via Oak Grove Road, State Road 62 aka Morgan Road, State Road 66 aka the Lloyd Expressway, or traveling to downtown Evansville via I-69. Commercial truck traffic is heaving in Warrick County. Semi-trucks often barrel through the intersections at both Epworth and the Lloyd and the intersection at State Road 66 and 261. It is not a bad idea to hesitate briefly at both these intersections when the light turns green, as semis often travel these roads at excessive speeds and truck-car collisions are not unusual. Newburgh is located on the Ohio River, which sees heavy recreational boat activity in the summer. Tragic boating accidents have occurred, especially in the vicinity of Newburgh’s lock and dam, but thankfully most boaters follow safety rules and boating accidents leading to lawsuits are rare.
Many Warrick County residents enjoy biking in dedicated bike lanes, such as those found along Oak Grove or one of Warrick County’s recently constructed network of Warrick Trails. The Warrick Wellness Trail stretches west towards the east side of Evansville where many of Newburgh’s wellness providers, like Orthopaedic Associates, Ascension St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital, Deaconess Gateway Hospital, and Deaconess Orthopedic Neuroscience Hospital are located. Though Newburgh has been recognized as having excellent medical care, unfortunately medical malpractice incidents do occur. Boonville also has a full-service hospital at Ascension St. Vincent Warrick.
Warrick County residents lead busy lives and like all Hoosiers hope to avoid being involved in car, truck, or bicycle collisions on local roadways or on the receiving end of medical malpractice. However, such events do happen, and the legal system exists to help right these wrongs through fair compensation. If you or a family member have been injured by medical malpractice at a Warrick County hospital or nursing home, or involved in a motorcycle, car, bike, or truck accident in Newburgh, Boonville, or in one of Warrick County’s small towns like Lynnville, you should strongly consider consulting with an experienced Newburgh personal injury or medical malpractice lawyer. Our attorneys provide a free consultation in injury and wrongful death cases and are willing to meet with you at our Newburgh office, virtually via Zoom, Teams or other remote meeting applications, or in the privacy of your home. If you or a loved one have been the victim of negligence and suffered personal injuries or a family member has suffered a wrongful death, you need the help of a Newburgh injury lawyer to help you weigh your options. If, after the free consultation, we agree to take your case, we represent you a no-recovery, no-fee contingency basis.
Together with our office in Newburgh, we have an office in Fishers, Indiana, just northeast of Indianapolis, which helps us better serve our state-wide clients. Our Newburgh injury law office is located at 5455 Old Indiana 261, Newburgh, IN 47630. Speak with one of our Newburgh injury lawyers today by calling (812) 490-0820 or by submitting information about your medical malpractice incident or personal injury case at www.barsumianlaw.com.