Dyer Personal Injury Attorney

 

 

Personal Injury Lawyer Shane O’Donnell, a former prosecutor, has successfully helped the residents of Dyer for several years with their various injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls accidents, and construction accidents.  Attorney O’Donnell also grew up and resided in Dyer from the 8th grade until he attended law school.

 

Call the Law Offices of Shane O’Donnell today at (219) 213-2254 for a free initial consultation.

 

Dyer is a town in St. John Township.  It is located in Lake County, Indiana.  The population was 17,503 at the 2011 census.

This community lies in the Chicagoland Area.

 

In 2005, Dyer placed 97th on the "100 Best Places to Live in the US" by CNN and Money Magazine.  It was one of only two Indiana towns to earn this distinction, along with Fishers, Indiana.

 

In 1830, the first white settlers came to Northwest Indiana.  On June 1, 1855, Dyer was established.  Aaron Norton Hart, a settler from Philadelphia, played a vital role in developing Dyer's infrastructure in the 1860s.  Hart supervised construction of roads and the building of a drainage ditch system, allowing agricultural and commercial use of the new land.

 

Dyer was officially incorporated as a town on February 8, 1910.  Once incorporated, Dyer was divided into three sections.

 

Town of Dyer, Indiana website- (http://www.townofdyer.com/)

 

Dyer Police Department- (219) 865-1163 (non-emergency)

 

Dyer Fire Department- (219) 865-4226

 

 

 

 

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  • 5 Steps in handling your personal injury case

    #1.  Get immediate medical care The extent of your  injuries or of others is very hard to diagnose at the time of your incident.  Serious injuries  may or may not result in immediate pain or discomfort. Call 911 or emergency  services after any serious accident or injury.

  • Do not make any conclusive statements

    #2.  At the time or your accident  or injury it is common try to  analyze your injuries or all the circumstances of the accident. In most cases, this should not be done during the stressful aftermath of an accident. If other parties make statements make note of  their comments. Do not sign documents or make statements to an insurance adjuster.

  • Cooperate with emergency authorities

    #3.  Cooperate with  medical care and law enforcement authorities. Provide requested motor vehicle, insurance or personal ID information.  Capture pictures (via cell phone) of important details of your accident (by an uninjured party).

  • Contact an attorney to review your injury case

    #4.  Each personal injury case has unique circumstances which can only be addressed from an experienced and qualified personal injury attorney.  Contact an attorney for a confidential consultation as soon as possible.

  • Be Patient - Follow medical care directives

    #5.  Medical injuries can take time to fully diagnose. One painful  injury can mask a completely different and more serious injury.  If you experience any medical issues after your incident contact a medical professional immediately. Keep all incident and medical records for your attorney's review.

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