Fort Wayne Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
25+ Years of Maximum Compensation Recovered for Clients Across Indiana
If you were hurt because of the negligence of another person, party or company, or if you were injured on the job, you probably have pressing questions about your case. At Finderson Law, we can help you find answers to these questions and more, as well as ensure that you get the justice and compensation you deserve.
With Finderson Law, LLC, you can count on receiving the highest quality representation and personal legal service regardless of the value of your claim.
Our Fort Wayne lawyers have more than 2 decades of experience helping people resolve the most important legal matters. As diligent problem solvers, we are dedicated to finding and pursuing the best possible solutions to our clients’ cases while effectively protecting their rights and interests.
We provide free, no-obligation initial consultations. This means that you have nothing to lose and potentially a lot to gain by contacting us to find out more about your legal recovery. As soon as you are ready to get answers related to your potential case and circumstances, contact us to get started.
Experience the Finderson Difference
Find out why injured residents and workers around Fort Wayne and across the state of Indiana choose us to represent them.
We offer free initial consultations — no obligation, no fee… just answers.
There are two kinds of attorneys: those who get paid to create problems, and those who get paid to solve them. At Finderson Law, we're problem-solvers.
We have hundreds of satisfied clients who will attest to our skills and high level of expertise.
We partner with you to understand your specific legal needs and goals.
We tailor our services to meet your unique concerns, needs and objectives.
We quickly respond to your calls and emails at any and every point in your case.
We work tirelessly to build you a strong case, relieve your stress and bring your case to a favorable outcome.
We devote all of our time and energy into working on our clients’ cases, rather than making fancy TV commercials and advertising.
We will outlast the insurance company or negligent party every time — we don’t wear down!
How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?
Our Fort Wayne personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers offer every client an initial consultation that is free and with no obligation. If you decide to hire us to represent you, we cover the cost of litigation until your case is closed. The final cost of our services will depend on a number of factors, including if your claim can be resolved out of court and what steps are required. During your free initial consultation, we can give you a better idea of how much our services will cost based on the details of your case.
When and Why do I Need an Accident Attorney?
While you’re not required to retain a lawyer for your injury or workers’ compensation claim, you should understand that insurance companies have deep pockets to pay teams of lawyers and adjusters whose sole job is to evaluate your claim for potential weaknesses. This puts you at a big disadvantage right from the start, which is why it’s vital that you get your own legal representation as soon as possible to balance out the odds in your favor.
Not every situation requires an attorney, but here are a few complicating factors that indicate when it’s time to consult with a legal professional:
- You or a loved one suffered a serious, long-term injury or permanent disability
- You’re unsure who was at fault (liable) for the accident
- Multiple parties are involved
- An insurance company denies or delays your claim
- The statute of limitations will soon expire on your case
- You’re confused about the legal process and what’s required of you
Unless you are a trained lawyer, we strongly recommend that you consult a professional rather than handling your personal injury case on your own. Studies repeatedly show that injured plaintiffs fare much better when they have an attorney managing their claim.
In fact, the average insurance payout for clients who hire an attorney is 3.5 times larger than for those who handle their case on their own.
Think about that the next time you are considering handling your case on your own.
Negligence is the basis for determining liability in most personal injury lawsuits. In other words: Was the defendant legally responsible for the damages you sustained in an accident?
Once negligence has been proven, the nature and extent of your damages must be established in order to award you compensation for your loss. Personal injury damages are intended to compensate a person for physical, emotional and financial losses resulting from an accident such as your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. In the case of a fatal accident, wrongful death damages may be awarded to the deceased’s surviving loved ones.
The purpose of a personal injury lawsuit isn’t to make you rich. Rather, the goal is to financially restore the plaintiff to the condition they were in before the accident happened — or as if the accident had never happened.
Our Fort Wayne personal injury lawyers have more than 20 years of experience advocating for the rights of the injured and holding negligent parties accountable. As diligent, dedicated and compassionate representatives, we can help you build a strong personal injury claim and pursue the financial recovery you deserve.
Workplace accidents can be as frustrating as they are devastating. Complicating matters are the facts that:
- The Indiana workers’ compensation system can be challenging to navigate, especially in the wake of severe, debilitating injuries.
- Even relatively minor missteps during the claims process can cause benefits to be reduced or denied.
- Your employer’s insurance company and maybe even the doctor you see are not necessarily on your side or looking out for you
Our Fort Wayne work injury attorneys know the challenges injured workers can face when pursuing workers’ compensation claims in the Hoosier State – and we know how to overcome these challenges. We can serve you by:
- Protecting your rights, as well as the value of your claim
- Minimizing the chances that insurers (or others) will try to compromise, undercut or deny your valid claim for workers’ compensation benefits
- Helping you file first-time claims, as well as appealing a previous claim that was wrongfully denied (or benefits were wrongfully reduced or terminated)
- Positioning your claim for a quick approval and securing the maximum possible compensation
In some cases, in addition to filing a workers’ compensation claim, we may be able to file a lawsuit on your behalf against a negligent third party (like a negligent subcontractor or equipment provider, for example).
Common types of workers’ compensation claims that we are skilled at handling include (and are not limited to) workplace accidents and injuries related to:
- Explosions and electrocutions
- Equipment failures and malfunctions
- Loss of limb, disfigurement and/or scarring
- Crushing accidents
- Motor vehicle wrecks
- Construction sites
In addition to representing injured workers (from various industries and professions), our lawyers are also effective at helping families who have lost a loved one to a fatal work accident pursue death benefits.
About 70 percent of Social Security disability claims are denied by the Social Security Administration (SSA) in the initial application process. While the SSA may find any number of reasons to deny your disability claim, you can take steps now to position your claim for approval – and the maximum available benefits – by working with an experienced attorney at Finderson Law.
Our Fort Wayne disability lawyers are adept at helping clients successfully apply for their disability benefits, as well as Supplemental Security Income (SSI). In addition to handling first-time claims, we are experienced at overseeing appeals (when initial claims are wrongfully denied or benefits are wrongfully reduced).
Adopting a child can be an immeasurably rewarding experience. The adoption process, however, can be complex, costly and time-consuming — particularly if mistakes are made along the way.
At Finderson Law, our Fort Wayne adoption lawyers are experienced at handling various types of adoptions, including:
- Agency adoptions
- Private adoptions
- Interstate adoptions
- Foreign adoptions
Our compassionate, knowledgeable and resourceful experts can help you successfully navigate the adoption process as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. Along the way, you can rely on us to provide you with clear answers and legal advice, as well as kindness and respect. Let us focus on the legal and administrative work so you can stay focused on your growing family.
Meet Your Attorneys
Dedicated legal counsel pursuing your best outcome
Roger Finderson is the managing attorney at Finderson Law. He has practiced law in the greater Fort Wayne area since 1993, focusing on personal injury, workers’ compensation, Social Security disability and adoptions. View profile
We’ve helped hundreds of happy clients. Our history of providing the highest quality legal services and delivering exceptional results has earned us 5-star ratings and reviews.
Serving Fort Wayne & Communities Across Indiana
If you or a loved one were hurt in a personal injury accident or while on the job, don’t hesitate to contact our law firm to find out more about your legal options and learn how skilled representation can make all the difference in your case. From our law office in Fort Wayne, we are proud to represent clients throughout Allen County and the state of Indiana.
We regularly serve clients from:
- Adams County
- Allen County
- Blackford County
- Cass County
- DeKalb County
- Delaware County
- Elkhart County
- Fulton County
- Grant County
- Howard County
- Huntington County
- Jasper County
- Jay County
- Kosciusko County
- LaGrange County
- LaPorte County
- Madison County
- Marshall County
- Miami County
- Noble County
- Porter County
- Pulaski County
- St. Joseph County
- Starke County
- Steuben County
- Tipton County
- Wabash County
- Wells County
- Whitley County