Medical Negligence

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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.

Medical Negligence Attorney In Lafayette Indiana

Years ago, the State of Indiana imposed a statutory scheme which must be followed in pursuing medical negligence claims.  Doctors, and other healthcare providers are protected by Indiana’s Medical Malpractice Act. 

Basically, you may not file a claim against a qualified healthcare provider in a court of law,  until you have completed the review processes as prescribed by Indiana’s Medical Malpractice Act.  This process can take a very long time, and is extremely difficult and beyond the abilities of most lay individuals.

If you feel someone in your family has been the victim of medical negligence, please contact us so we can review the matter.

About Bruce Graham Law Firm of Lafayette Indiana

Graham Law Firm P.C.

200 Ferry Street Suite H

Lafayette, IN 47902

Telephone: (765) 423-1536

Nationwide Toll Free: 1-800-863-HELP

Facsimile: (765) 607-6712


Bruce W. Graham, born LaPorte, Indiana, September 22, 1951; admitted to bar, 1979, Indiana; also admitted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit; U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.

Preparatory education, Purdue University (B.S. 1973)

Legal education, Indiana University, Indianapolis (J.D., 1979).

Oral Argument: U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. Court of Appeals; Indiana Supreme Court; Indiana Appellate Court.

Prior Lecturer, Mock Trial, Department of Political Science, Purdue University.

Member: Tippecanoe County Bar Association; Member Indiana Trial Lawyers Association.