Evansville IN Personal Injury Attorney Super Lawyers 2021 List Announced

Evansville personal injury lawyer Neil Chapman has been named among the Indiana Super Lawyers for 2021. It marks him out as a specialist in his field regarded for high quality, reliable service.

Evansville, United States - September 25, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Neil Chapman has been selected to the Indiana Super Lawyers list for 2021, joining the top-ranked attorneys in the area. He is a specialist personal injury lawyer operating throughout Evansville and the surrounding area, and prides himself on high quality service.

More information can be found at: https://chapmaninjurylaw.com

Super Lawyers is an industry-leading rating service that distinguishes outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas around the US. The newly launched list includes Neil Chapman in recognition of his service and dedication to clients.

Throughout the pandemic, his team have been operating remotely to ensure that clients can still receive the legal aid they need. As part of their commitment to the highest quality service, they offer free consultations for those dealing with personal injury cases.

Neil strives to help people reorganize and redesign their lives following an accident or injury that wasn’t their fault. While many cases take several months to resolve from start to finish, he prides himself on personal service with the aim of providing clients with the best results.

Anyone in the Evansville area who has been hurt in an accident caused by someone else’s carelessness is encouraged to get in touch with Chapman Injury Lawyers. The team ensure transparent, approachable and friendly service with emphasis on client satisfaction.

Whether the prospective client has been injured at work or on the road or they have lost a loved one to an incident that could have been avoided, they are entitled to compensation. However, without the right legal guidance, navigating this process can be challenging and time consuming.

Chapman Injury Lawyers provide support and guidance with a focus on bringing peace to individuals and families who have been impacted by a serious or catastrophic accident.

They state: “We firmly believe that you should not have to pay out of pocket for injuries suffered due to someone else’s poor decisions. Our team will fight to get the answers, fair compensation, and the justice that you deserve.”

Interested parties can find out more on the URL above and contact the firm for their free initial consultation.

Contact Info:
Name: Neil Chapman
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Organization: Chapman Injury Lawyers
Address: 20 NW 3rd St Ste 1410, Evansville, IN 47708, United States
Phone: +1-812-760-7289
Website: https://chapmaninjurylaw.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88978367

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