Our Free E-Book Helps Indiana Accident Victims Avoid Claim-Damaging Mistakes

10 Deadly Errors That Can Wreck Your Accident Claim

Car accidents are a daily occurrence all across the U.S., and Indiana is no exception. In fact, in 2012, our state had more than 188,800 traffic collisions that resulted in injury or property damage, according to the Indiana Crash Facts 2012 report. Hoosiers seriously injured in car wrecks may find themselves facing a number of unexpected physical and financial challenges. But, a successful personal injury claim, where the at-fault party pays compensation for damages, can help victims rebuild their lives after life-changing accidents.

At Sevenish Law, we understand how important your car accident claim—and its successful outcome—is to you. We've written an informative ebook, The 10 Deadly Errors That Can Wreck Your Accident Claim, to help accident victims just like you identify and avoid common mistakes that could put your claim in jeopardy.

The book includes information on why Indiana accident victims:

  • Shouldn't assume that an insurance adjuster is on their side.
  • Shouldn't agree to make statements or sign documents immediately after an accident.
  • Should understand the importance of gathering and preserving evidence.
  • Should seek experienced and knowledgeable legal representation.
  • And much more information and helpful resources.

Attorney Randy Sevenish has 30 years of experience handling personal injury cases and helping injured accident victims throughout Indiana. Sevenish Law's seasoned legal team can help you fight for the financial award you deserve—and the firm's Clients First® Bill of Rights ensures that your needs and concerns are given the prompt attention.

Download your free copy of The 10 Deadly Errors That Can Wreck Your Accident Claim today for information on strengthening and protecting your case. Should you have questions, call our Indianapolis law office to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss the details of your car accident case.

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