Fort Wayne Injury Law Firm Keller & Keller

Fort Wayne holds a distinct status as the second-largest city in Indiana.

Its more than 250,000 residents live just 18 miles from the Ohio border and 50 miles from the Michigan border, lending Fort Wayne a flavor all its own.

Founded in 1794 as a U.S. Army fort under the direction of Anthony Wayne, Fort Wayne lies at the point where the Maumee River, St. Marys River and St. Joseph River merge.

The feel of Fort Wayne is influenced by the presence of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), the Universtity of Saint Francis, Concordia Theological Seminary, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. It also serves as the final resting place for John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed.

The people of Fort Wayne are also unique and deserve a lawyer who understands their needs. When considering an attorney, Fort Wayne residents should consider:

‚ÄčThe law firm of Keller & Keller has experience working in Fort Wayne and Allen County. Not to mention the surrounding area, including Adams County, DeKalb County, Huntington County, Noble County and Steuben County.

Lying at the junction of two major interstate highways (Interstate 69 and Interstate 469), along with several highways and state roads, Fort Wayne is home to many serious traffic accidents. Of course, accident victims should seek medical attention right away, before contacting an attorney.

If injured by the negligence or carelessness of another, however, injured parties might be entitled to reimbursement of medical expenses, repayment of lost wages due to missed work and even compensation for pain and suffering, past and present.

Keller & Keller's knowledge and experience with the Fort Wayne market provides a distinct advantage when it comes to cases of personal injury. Our attorneys understand the process and know how to deal with insurance companies looking to settle for as little as possible.

 Advanced database software allows our staff to handle cases from all around Indiana  from our offices in Indianapolis. We can manage every aspect of your case without your ever setting foot in our office.


 

If you've been injured in an accident due to the negligence of another person, contact the Indiana auto accident attorneys of Keller & Keller.

Jim Keller
Partner at Keller & Keller
1 Comments
I had a slight accident recently in which the car I was in hit another car that was trying to jump a red light. But the bump was very slight indeed and in the emergency room I was examined and was prescribed 6 pain killers a day (200 milligrams each). I took the drugs for about a week and have felt okay ever since. The insurance offered me $500 plus my emergency bills but after several negotiations went up to $3000. I am asking for $5000. Should I take the $3000 or seek further action to get more?
by Philip September 4, 2009 at 07:42 PM
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