Our Indianapolis personal injury lawyers have a long history of producing results that lead to satisfied clients throughout all of Indiana.

Your car accident may be the most violent and stressful thing to ever happen to you—the sound of the crash is something you'll likely never forget. And now you're simply trying to recover for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The insurance company will likely try to rush you to settle your claim or convince you that the accident was partially your fault.

Don't believe them.

The decisions you make shortly after the accident, such as contacting the right Indianapolis car accident lawyer, will play a large role in determining the strength and value of your injury claim. When you hire Keller & Keller to represent you against the insurance company, your case receives top-rated legal services from a powerful Indianapolis personal injury firm. 

Our Zero Fee Guarantee means you pay us nothing until a recovery is made on your behalf.

Most Common Car Accident Injuries in Indiana

The top 5 injuries sustained by our car accident clients in Indiana often include one or more of the following:

How to Know if You Need an Indianapolis Car Accident Attorney

If your crash is minor and you are immediately offered compensation that meets all your present and future financial needs, you probably don’t need an attorney. However, if your claim involves any of the following, you should seriously consider finding a reputable law firm to represent you:

  • Catastrophic injuries. If you or a loved one suffered a traumatic brain injury, amputation, paralysis, or another serious injury as a result of the crash, an attorney will know how to negotiate with the at-fault driver’s insurance company for a settlement that will ensure that you are taken care of for the rest of your life. This may involve waiting for maximum medical improvement and being patient through long negotiations. Even with less severe injuries, a lawyer is more likely to get you a higher settlement than if you go it alone.
  • Fatality. If the crash involved a fatality, a lawyer will help you evaluate the case for a possible wrongful death claim. It is tough to pursue this on your own, especially since you are likely grieving.
  • Question of fault. Because Indiana is a comparative fault state, the insurance adjuster for the at-fault driver may make a claim that you were partially to blame for the crash to lower your potential settlement. If this is the case, a lawyer will help gather the evidence needed to prove your innocence and will speak on your behalf.
  • Unacceptable offer. If you are offered an unreasonably low settlement, you probably don’t have the knowledge and skill to counter. An attorney will know when to push back and when to accept an offer so that you get the best possible outcome.