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Personal Injury

South Bend lawyers for plaintiffs and defendants

Lee Groves & Zalas works with individuals and businesses to resolve personal injury cases. The firm takes a broad view of your situation and constructs a plan to resolve the conflict in court. Whether you are an injured plaintiff or an insurance company defendant, Lee Groves & Zalas takes the same approach — you have a problem, and the firm helps you find a solution.

Compensation for your accident injuries

When you have been seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence, you may need to file a lawsuit to receive appropriate compensation. Insurance companies will attempt to minimize or deny your claim. A trial is often your best option for recovering damages when you have injuries caused by:

  • Auto accidents
  • Slip and fall
  • Defective products

Lee Groves & Zalas sees the big picture of your personal injury case and articulates a legal strategy in terms that you can understand.

Medical malpractice lawsuits

The firm’s lawyers are adept at litigating medical malpractice claims. Many law firms decline to accept such cases due to their complexity, but Lee Groves & Zalas has the vision and stamina to take medical malpractice cases to verdict. You can put your trust in the firm’s sophisticated approach to difficult medical claims such as:

  • Failure to diagnose
  • Incorrect treatment
  • Wrongful death

The attorneys at Lee Groves & Zalas know how to prepare your medical malpractice claim to ensure the best possible result at trial.

Insurance company defense

Liability insurance companies need to partner with experienced personal injury law firms. Lee Groves & Zalas has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury trials. The firm is familiar with the approaches taken by plaintiffs seeking compensation and its lawyers know how to minimize excessive claims and defeat invalid claims.

Find a practical solution for your personal injury case

Lee Groves & Zalas provides clear, efficient trial representation in personal injury matters.