Personal Injury

Our attorneys are committed to helping injured people obtain the compensation they need to recover. If you or a loved one was injured by the negligent or reckless actions of another, our Indianapolis personal injury attorneys can help. We handle all personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis so you pay no attorney fees unless we recover money for you.

We understand the difficulties you are facing. We have years of experience and significant success getting compensation for people who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to:

  • Car, truck, and motorcycle accidents
  • Accidents caused by distracted drivers
  • Nursing home abuse or negligence
  • Slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents on poorly maintained properties
  • Dog bites or animal attacks
  • Defective and dangerous products
  • Wrongful death
  • Brain and spinal injuries
  • Construction accidents

Whether your accident resulted in a traumatic brain injury (TBI), a spinal cord injury, severe burns or broken bones, we have the experience and resources necessary to investigate and prove your case. Our attorneys work with accident reconstruction experts, private investigators, engineers and/or other experts to understand how the incident occurred and caused your injuries. We work with medical experts, economists, life-care planners, and rehabilitation experts to gain a full understanding of the impact your injuries will have on your life. Armed with these facts, we develop an effective case for the insurance company or jury.

When a Child Is Injured

Children are more susceptible to injuries than adults, particularly dog bites, injuries from dangerous toys or playground equipment, and swimming pool accidents. The financial costs of a life-altering injury to a child will be significant. With only one chance to make a financial recovery, it’s important to take the long-term view.  We can help you consider all the services your child needs now, what he or she will need as he or she grows, and the financial costs of long-term care.


Michael P. Bishop
Michael P. Bishop