Indiana Personal Injury Lawyers
The Jacobs Law LLC Philosophy
At Jacobs Law LLC, attorneys Sam Jacobs and Kimberly Danforth have devoted their professional lives to serving people who have been harmed by another’s negligence. Our lawyers have more than 50 years of experience helping injured people across Central Indiana.
In all of our cases, we focus on one seemingly simple concept: What can our law firm do to help our clients during a difficult time? From the earliest stages of your case, we will devote ourselves to discovering the best way to achieve a just outcome in your case. We will use our vast experience and knowledge to develop strategies that are customized to meet your specific needs. Our Indiana personal injury attorneys provide practical advice and solid counsel on both the straightforward and complex issues in your case.
We will let you know what you can reasonably expect to happen as your case progresses. We will remain in close contact throughout your case, explaining the strengths and weaknesses of your case from a legal and factual perspective. We will be candid as to what our law firm can and cannot do for you.
There is nothing easy about litigating personal injury and wrongful death claims. It may take years to finally achieve a just result. This is especially the case if you or someone you love has suffered severe injuries. There may be setbacks or obstacles along the way. However long it takes, you can count on Jacobs Law LLC to be devoted to your cause.
Contact Jacobs Law LLC
It costs nothing to contact our Indianapolis personal injury law firm. We want to personally meet you. Call us today at 877-418-5589 or contact us online to get started. Through our office in Indianapolis, we serve people across Central Indiana and beyond.
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A wrongful death, technically, is any death that was not a person passing “naturally”. However, when it comes to the courts, the term “wrongful death” is reserved for civil cases. While a wrongful death might result in criminal charges and a civil lawsuit, criminal courts use terms like homicide, manslaughter, and murder to address wrongful […]READ MORE