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Helping Victims Of Car Accidents

If you were hurt in a car accident, we want to hear your story. No two collisions are alike, and having an experienced lawyer analyze your potential case is critical to protecting your rights.

The types of compensation you can receive following an accident largely depend on the severity of your injuries, the type of medical treatment you receive, and liability factors that determine fault. At Boulton Law Group of Brownsburg, Indiana, we closely monitor your case so that mistakes are not made during this time.

What Will Boulton Law Group Do For You?

There are few things more stressful than a car accident, and attorney Matt Boulton can quickly give you peace of mind.

Without an experienced lawyer on your side, you will be forced to answer questions from the insurance company and make decisions regarding matters that you may not fully understand. The consequences can be devastating.

Types Of Car Accidents We Handle

According to the Indiana State Police, there are approximately 188,000 car accidents each year in the state. A large number of these accidents occur on interstates like I-74, I-70, I-65 and I-465.

Attorney Boulton has helped clients who have suffered through a variety of types and sizes of car accidents in the Indianapolis area and across the state, including:

  • Rear-end accidents
  • Head-on collisions
  • Drunk driving accidents
  • T-bone collisions
  • Rollover accidents
  • Multiple car collisions
  • Passengers in single-car accidents

He knows that no two car accidents are alike, which is why you need a lawyer with his experience and credentials to evaluate your potential case's value.

(Never assume because a friend or family member was once rear-ended and received a settlement that your case is similar or worth the same amount. This is almost never true!)

Car Accident Cases Can Expire

Some people are unaware that they must file their accident claims in court or settle with the insurance company within a specific amount of time or their case expires, ending any chance at receiving compensation. This "statute of limitations" applies to every accident claim, and it begins from the date of the collision.

While Indiana typically allows an accident victim two years to file or settle their negligence claim, never assume you know your statute date. There are factors that can drastically affect your statute date. For example, if a person is 16 at the time of the accident, they would have two years from the date of their 18th birthday to either file their case with the appropriate court or settle their claim.

Talk To An Experienced Attorney Today

At Boulton Law Group, we put our clients first. Attorney Boulton will manage your case from start to finish. When you have questions, you will get answers. When you tell us your expectations, we deliver results. It really is that simple.

It costs absolutely nothing to have your case reviewed by attorney Boulton, so call us in Brownsburg at 317-350-4935. You have been through enough, and that is why we will never ask for upfront fees or payment. The only time we get paid is after we get the result you deserve.

We look forward to going to work for you!