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Northwest Indiana Bus Accident Attorney
If your accident involves a private bus line, your case will fall in line with a commercial vehicle accident. If the accident involves a bus line owned by a city or municipality, a tort claim must be filed, and it must be done quickly.
In most accidents, there is a two-year statute of limitations for filing your claim, but with a tort claim, you have just 90 to 180 days. If you do not act fast, you waive your right to pursue the best possible compensation. Call our Indiana law firm at (219) 756-7600 today. We serve clients throughout Indiana and all the surrounding areas.
In many cases, people do not even know the extent of their injuries before the 90 days are up, unless the accident was catastrophic or fatal. Many unseen injuries lie in the soft tissue, ligaments, tendons and spinal disks. Most physical therapy treatments don’t even begin until after 30 days.
Do Not Wait to Call Our Firm; Time Is Limited
Contact The Law Offices of Matthew D. LaTulip, P.C., in Merrillville as soon as possible after your bus accident injury so we can get to work investigating your accident and building a strong case for you while you focus on healing.
To schedule a free initial consultation, contact us today at (219) 756-7600. There is never a fee unless you recover for your injuries.
Our experienced staff works together to investigate the intricate details of each bus accident case we take. Our bus accident lawyer works with a network of experts to help build strong and successful cases. These include treating physicians, accident reconstructionists, economists, vocational rehabilitation experts and even physicists who can testify about a collision and its harmful effects on you.
We firmly believe that preparation is the key to our success. Each case is prepared for trial. This foresight often leads to settlements out of court.
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If you were in a commercial vehicle accident in Indiana, call us today at (219) 756-7600 for a free, confidential, no-obligation initial consultation with attorney Matthew LaTulip. You may also contact us using our secure online form. We do not charge a fee unless you receive compensation.