Miner & Lemon, LLP

​​Attorneys at law

The personal injury attorneys at Miner & Lemon, LLP are dedicated to providing you with the answers you need at the time when you need them the most.  Dealing with insurance companies after you have been hurt can be frustrating and confusing.  It can be unsettling if you think that insurance company is taking advantage of you but you are not sure what to do about it.  You need someone on your side who knows the tactics used by insurance representatives.  We know those tactics and have experience dealing with them.   We are on your side providing you peace of mind at a time of high anxiety. 


People make mistakes in all realms of human experience, including while driving their cars and trucks.  Across the United States there are approximately six million motor vehicle accidents each year.  Those crashes happen for a variety of reasons (drunk drivers, distracted drivers, careless drivers, excessive speed, etc.) and they cause over 40,000 deaths and millions of personal injuries.  Many accident victims find that they need a lawyer to help them in dealing with insurance companies after they are injured in an auto collision.

At Miner &, Lemon,  LLP, we regularly handle cases across north central Indiana involving car crashes, semi-truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, accidents causing traumatic brain injuries, slip and fall accidents, construction accidents, pedestrian accidents, and many other personal injury and wrongful death cases.

When you are involved in a motor vehicle accident in Indiana causing personal injury or property damage, you activate many insurance issues regarding liability and damages.  When you cause injury to another person while driving a vehicle, you are responsible to pay for the damages you cause.  If you are the one who is injured by the negligent acts of another driver, you are entitled to receive compensation for the losses caused by that driver.  Those losses may include:
medical expenses,
future medical expenses, 
lost wages, 
pain and suffering, 
loss of earnings capacity, 
and damages for permanent impairment.  

Everyone who drives in the state of Indiana is required to carry insurance to compensate the victims of their own negligence.

Unfortunately, your motor vehicle accident will activate the business instincts and interests of the auto insurance company that represents the party responsible for causing your injuries and damages.  The insurance industry guards large profit margins by advising people who have been in accidents that they do not need to contact a personal injury attorney and by trying to compensate them as poorly as possible for their losses.  

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