The Personal Injury Lawyer in Lafayette -
Perfect for Your Case
The laws of this country strive to hold individuals accountable for their actions whether those actions are accidental or not. That opens up a wide range of cases, some examples of which involve cars, trucks, workplace injuries, slip and fall occurrences, and wrongful death situations.
No matter what your case may be, the personal injury attorneys of Withered Burns & Williams are experienced and ready to help clientele with even the slightest, most minute details of their cases. Even if the case does not settle, we have the knowledge necessary to try it to a jury or a judge. Thanks to more than 35 years of work in the industry we are ready to take on any and all challenges. Contact us to find the perfect accident attorney for your case.
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Based in Lafayette, our law firm represents individuals, families, and business professionals in a wide range of matters.
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How Our Accident Lawyers Can Help
When injured on the job it is crucial that a legal professional is contacted and notified of the occurrences at hand. Accident lawyers can guide you through the complexities of the workers' compensation system and whether or not you qualify for such justification. Our experienced professionals will ensure that you attain what you deserve from your workplace. When in our hands, whether the situation involves industrial machinery or a slip and fall incident, you will not be shorted of your justice. With the best accident lawyer on your side, you will maintain your rights to lost wages, medical benefits, and compensation for permanent injuries from your workplace injury.
The unfortunate reality is that workplace accidents can, and do, occur. Our accident attorneys have the extensive knowledge necessary to represent your case and deliver you the justice you deserve. We have dealt and won cases involving workplace falls, repetitive motion injuries, lifting injuries, amputation injuries, and many other debilitating workplace traumas. We understand you must work in order to provide for yourself and in some cases, family and friends. We want you to know you are not only in workplace circumstances that result in unpredicted havoc.
Have you lost a loved one due to workplace injury? Though it is nothing close to taking the place of your beloved family member, we will fight alongside you and your family to attain the necessary justice.
Construction Site Injuries
A ramp collapses causing car accidents, scaffolding caves in, a machine operator is careless—all of these, and more can result in injuries to a construction worker. Persons hurt in construction accidents need an experienced personal accident attorney to navigate the difficult and complex issues involved in construction accident cases. Don't let any company or firm, no matter the size, take advantage of you and your family. Our experienced attorneys at Withered Burns & Williams will fight till the equity you deserve is delivered.
No family should have to experience the death and loss of a loved one due to the carelessness of another. Unfortunately, such losses do occur in our community. Lawyers who have experience in wrongful death cases know these cases can be very complex, and require skill and careful analysis. Experience does matter in wrongful death cases. If you would like to speak with an attorney regarding the loss of a loved one, call our office. We will have an accident attorney schedule a confidential consultation with you to discuss the circumstances behind your loss.
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Withered Burns & Williams, LLP
8 N 3rd St Ste 401 Lafayette, IN 47901
Phone: (765) 742-1988
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