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Personal Injury - Criminal
Graham Law Firm of Lafayette Indiana has been fighting for our personal injury and criminal law clients since 1985. Thousands of clients have selected our firm and we would be happy to discuss your case free of charge.  >> read more
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Settlement in Car Crash

Undocumented Mexican-- Car Crash settled for $ 100,000.00

 
Not Guilty in OWI case

Jury finds man Not Guilty of Operating While Intoxicated

 
Settlement in Car Crash

4-07-2010: Personal Injury $90,000.00 settlement for shoulder injury in car truck collision. (Lafayette Indiana)

 
Settlement in Rear End Car Crash

3-10-2010 : Personal Injury  $ 50,000.00 settlement for neck & shoulder injury from rear end collision (Lafayette Indiana)

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Personal Injury Law - Lafayette Indiana
A personal injury refers to bodily injuries caused by the fault of another individual. These type of injuries can occur from multiple fault situations, such as: accidents and injuries, auto accidents, medical negligence, motorcycle injuries, products liability, slip and fall injuries, trucking accidents, worker's compensation, and wrongful death  
Graham Law firm, located in Lafayette Indiana, advances the expenses necessary to preserve evidence, to obtain medical records and to prepare a personal injury settlement package.

Learn about the comprehensive legal services that Bruce Graham Law Firm provides to help you maximize a personal injury settlement and
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Criminal Law
There are literally hundreds of criminal offenses in the State of Indiana. If you are charged with one of them, it would be wise to immediately consult with experienced counsel. Bruce W. Graham has been representing the criminally accused for over twenty-five years.






 
 
 
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Tip #1 If You’re In A Car Accident - Call the Police

Call the police. Indiana Law provides that you must stop and remain at the scene of an accident until the authorities are notified. The only exception to this is very minor property damage when, then, you must make every effort to contact the owner of the damaged property. When the authorities arrive give factual information, but do not admit fault or blame.

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