Personal InjuryNewby, Lewis, Kaminski & Jones is committed to representing individuals and families of individuals who have suffered bodily harm or loss of life as a result of the carelessness or negligent conduct of others
Personal Injury refers to situations in which the wrongful conduct causes temporary or permanent physical injury. In a personal injury suit, the injured party is seeking compensation for all of the losses they have experienced and will continue to experience as a result of that injury. These elements of damage may include medical expenses, loss of wages, pain and suffering, disability and disfigurement.
Wrongful Death refers to situations in which the wrongful conduct results in untimely death. In a wrongful death suit, a family member is seeking money damages for the death of a loved one. The damages recoverable include the loss of financial contributions made to the family by the deceased family member and the loss of love, companionship and affection each family member receives from the deceased family member’s continued existence.
Within these categories, our practice focuses primarily on the following areas:
- Personal Injury
- Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
- Medical Malpractice
- Wrongful Death
- Birth Injury
- Product Liability
- Car and Trucking Accidents
- Bus Accidents
- Workers’ Compensation
- Premises Liability
- Federal Tort Claims Act
- Professional Malpractice
Because of the circumstances under which personal injury and wrongful death claims arise, individual cases don’t always fit neatly into one of these categories. One of our injury lawyers will be able to identify what type of claim you have, and which course of action is the best one for you to take.
If you would like to speak to a Newby Lewis personal injury lawyer about your potential case, simply call us at 219-362-1577. Our attorneys are happy to discuss your legal options with you in a free and confidential consultation and you will never pay a fee unless we successfully resolve your case.
Attorneys Specializing in Personal Injuries