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When unexpected and life-altering events occur, you need a partner to help you understand your options and confidently guide you through the legal process. Most importantly, you want someone you can trust to help you on the path to restoring your life.More About Us
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The attorneys at Wilson Kehoe Winingham are experienced in several categories of personal injury law and are dedicated to restoring the lives of our clients. With over 30 years of practice, the WKW team will investigate and analyze every part of your case to ensure you get the assistance you need. Our legal experience includes attorneys across several practice areas, including medical malpractice, personal injury, products and premises liability, nursing home and elder abuse as well as seasoned Indianapolis car accident lawyers for automotive or transportation accidents. Regardless of your case type, WKW can guide you through the legal process.
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The premise behind all medical malpractice lawsuits is negligence on the part of a medical professional.
Automobile collisions are some of the most common and dangerous types of personal injury accidents.
Birth injuries result from conditions or events during pregnancy, labor, and/or delivery.
If you have been injured by farm equipment or chemical exposure, you may be entitled to damages.
Aviation accident cases may involve private, military, and commercial airplanes or helicopters.
Accidents caused while on the job can lead to life-changing injuries that require medical and legal advice.
Personal injury law covers injuries that are caused as a result of another person's negligence.
The severity of a TBI can range from a mild concussion to death, and treatment can get very expensive.
You may be entitled to damages to compensate you for your spinal cord injury and treatment.
Premises liability deals with injuries sustained due to the misconduct or negligence of property owners.
Products liability deals with injuries sustained by the use of dangerous or defective products.
Schedule meetings with several attorneys and interview them. Your attorney will be working for you, so you need to make sure you hire the attorney that you click with best.
If you were injured and think you have a case, it’s very important that you discuss your case with an attorney to make sure it’s something worth pursuing. WKW offers a free consultation.
Your attorney will spend time gathering information about the elements surrounding your injury and treatment by corresponding with your hospital, doctors, and insurance company.
The majority of personal injury cases never make it to court—they're settled outside of the courtroom. However, your case may go to trial, with a judge and jury deciding the outcome.