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I really can't afford to hire a lawyer, even to get an opinion about my injury. What can I do?

The lawyers at Graham Lawfirm P.C. will be happy to evaluate your case without charge or obligation. Simply pick up the phone and call us for a free personal interview. We can explain your options and provide you with information you need to make an informed decision. If we accept your case, any legal fees will be a percentage of what you collect. We advance the expenses necessary to properly prepare your case. These expenses can be as low as $100.00, but if you don't have what the insurance company needs to see, forget it.

Wrongful Death Attorney In Lafayette Indiana

Wrongful death cases pose  particularly tragic situations for family’s dealing with a death of a loved one. In Indiana, only the personal representative of the estate may bring a wrongful death action. Anyone can apply to be a personal representative and consequently, it is important to diligently pursue the opening of an estate to pursue a wrongful death claim.

Delay in doing so can result in the undesirable result of dealing with a personal representative who has no relationship to the family.

Our firm has handled many wrongful death cases and we are equipped to immediately open the estate so that a proper investigation may commence in a timely manner.

We will provide a free opinion, and information, so that you can make informed decisions.

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.