Excellence, compassion, and a strong commitment to the best interests of our clients are what distinguish the Lafayette automobile accident attorneys at Cooke Law Firm.
For more than 50 years, our attorneys have dedicated their practices exclusively to representing injured people and their families in all trial and appellate courts in Indiana. Our experienced, professional team is known for integrity, attention to detail, and the exceptional results we have been able to achieve for our clients, both in court and at the negotiating table.
The Lafayette car accident lawyers at Cooke Law Firm have the skill and resources to successfully represent clients in all personal injury and wrongful death cases, including catastrophic injuries that may require long-term care and assistance.
Dealing with personal injuries can be a difficult and exhausting process. Between trying to heal physically, being inundated with medical bills and other expenses, and pursuing a legal claim, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, the Cooke Law Firm is well prepared to support its clients. We handle all types of personal injury cases, including the following:
Our attorneys in Lafayette, Indiana are accessible and available to clients and personally manage each case. Clients are encouraged to ask questions. We take the time to thoroughly explain all aspects of the personal injury claim process from medical examinations to trial proceedings.
A Cooke Law Firm attorney or experienced legal assistant is available 24 hours a day if a client needs to reach us. We make every effort to consult with potential clients within 24 hours to do everything possible to protect your rights.
Find out how our experienced attorneys can help you. Call us today at 765-423-5628, or contact Cooke Law Firm online for a free initial consultation. We represent accident and personal injury victims throughout Indiana, including those in Lafayette, White County, and Benton County.
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