Living in Plainfield, Indiana
Plainfield is a suburb of Indianapolis, which borders it to the east. To the north are Avon and Brownsburg, and to the south is Mooresville. Plainfield is in Hendricks County and has a population of 32,879. Originally incorporated in 1839, the town was named after its early Quaker settlers. The Quakers, also called Friends, considered themselves to be “plain” people, hence the name of the town.
Plainfield is an affordable town in which to live; the median house price is $170,400, well below the national median house price of $217,500. Because it is possible to commute to Indianapolis in approximately 20 minutes, many residents work there. However, there are plenty of employment opportunities in Plainfield itself because it is home to such companies as Amazon, Brightpoint, Duke Energy, and Hitachi Data Systems, as well as many restaurant and retail stores.
Because of its A+ rated public schools (ranked 6th out of 232 public school districts in Indiana by Niche), Plainfield is a great place for families. It also boasts the open air Metropolis Mall, a 58 acre sports complex, hiking trails, and a skate park, trampoline park, and water park. Of course, because of its convenient location, in less than half an hour families can drive to Indianapolis to explore the world’s largest Children’s Museum or the Indianapolis Zoo.
Dangerous Roads and Intersections
In 2019, there were 4,503 collisions in Hendricks County, 16 of them fatal. Several locations are particularly dangerous:
- Intersection of Ronald Reagan Parkway and US-40
- Stafford Road at South Perry Road
- Indiana 267 and Stafford Road
- County Line Road and Route 126
- Route 30 and 119th street
- Lockport Street/Route 126 and Meadow Lane
- Caton Farm Road and Route 59
- I-70 at the Plainfield exit
The Plainfield I-70 from US 40 New Corridor Analysis Report (published 02/22/2021) looks at several roads and intersections struggling to meet increased demand caused by substantial growth and heavy traffic, including:
- Interstate 70
- US 40
- State Road 39
- State Road 267/Quaker Boulevard
- East County Road 600 South
- South County Road 400 East
- Moon Road (South County Road 600 East)
- Miles Road
- SR 39 and Koger Street/County Road 1000 South
Types of Plainfield, Indiana, Cases We Handle:
At Poynter & Bucheri, we handle a wide variety of cases in and around Plainfield. This includes car, truck, pedestrian, bicycle, and motorcycle accidents; DUI accidents, slip and fall accidents, and many more. If you need legal assistance with any of the following types of cases, please contact us for a free case review.
Thousands of people suffer from car accident injuries, and hundreds are killed in car accidents while driving on Indiana roads every year. Poynter & Bucheri, accident attorneys fight for the victims of car accidents. Our Plainfield car accident attorneys believe that each victim and his or her family deserve to be compensated fully for injuries, losses, property damages, and wrongful death caused by negligent and reckless parties.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, we want to hear your story. Call 1-800-265-9881 or (317) 780-8000 now to speak with a PBAR representative. You can also chat with a representative 24/7 on our website to get the help you need now!
Living in the Crossroads of America has its advantages and disadvantages but being the victim of a truck accident and having the burden of its physical and financial toll shouldn’t have to be one of them. If you are in a commercial truck accident in Plainfield, it is important that you take steps to protect your right to recover compensation for damages, which are often significant and traumatic due to the larger vehicles involved.
Learn how our PBAR truck accident attorneys can help you recover the money you deserve after a commercial truck accident.
If you’re in an Indiana motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to receive compensation for your injuries. In the event of a traumatic injury or permanent disability, the compensation for damages could be substantial. Be aware there’s a limited timeframe to make these claims.
In Indiana, approximately 115 pedestrians were killed in traffic accidents in 2018. Sadly, Hendricks County is not immune from these types of accidents. As recently as July 2021 a Plainfield woman pedestrian was killed in a hit and run accident on I-70.
Our experienced pedestrian accident attorneys work on a contingency fee, which means if you do not win your case, you will pay no attorney fees. Most law firms charge 33% or 40%. Our fee is only 25%* — THAT’S MORE MONEY FOR YOU!
If your loved one died too soon because of the wrongful acts of another person, you have the right to seek justice for your loved one and your family by filing a lawsuit with a Plainfield wrongful death attorney.
Wrongful death claims are different from other types of personal injury claims. The victim cannot speak for himself or herself. However, you can speak for your loved one, and we can help.
A fall can result in traumatic injuries that prevent victims from returning to work or performing daily activities, resulting in major changes, inconvenience, and often pain for the victims of said accidents. When a fall occurs on another person’s property, the property owner may be held liable for the damages caused by the fall. Our Plainfield slip and fall attorneys represent accident victims who have been injured by a slip and fall.
Official reports show Indiana as ranking 13th in the United States for bicycle accidents per capita. Data shows that bicycle fatalities rose in 2018 by a shocking 120% from the previous year; nationwide, fatalities from bicycle accidents numbered 857 that year. If you suffer a bicycle accident caused by negligent, careless, or reckless acts of another person or party, our Plainfield personal injury lawyers may be able to help you.
When an impaired driver causes a DUI/DWI accident, the accident victims can face lifelong consequences or even death because of a driver’s reckless and negligent decision to get behind the wheel of a vehicle after drinking or taking drugs. If you have been injured in a DUI accident, you need an attorney to protect your rights. Our experienced Plainfield DUI attorneys thoroughly investigate the accident to gather evidence that proves the drunk driver caused the crash.
You may be able to sue a bar owner, convenience store owner, company party host, or someone else for providing alcohol to a person who was obviously too drunk to drive. If a drunk driver or otherwise intoxicated person has injured you, call 1-800-265-9881 now to speak with a Plainfield dram shop liability attorney.
What Kind of Compensation Can I Expect?
You have the right to pursue compensation for many types of injury or accident in Plainfield, depending on the circumstances and type of case. Consult with one of our attorneys to see if you could receive compensation for:
- Expenses and costs related to medical care
- Loss of income, including future lost wages and loss of earning capacity
- Property damage
- Emotional suffering, PTSD, and mental anguish
- Physical pain and suffering
- Scarring, permanent disability, and disfigurement
- Funeral and burial expenses in a wrongful death claim
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Other out-of-pocket expenses related to the accident, injury, or recovery
Will My Case Go to Court?
Each case is different, so you should consult with a PBAR attorney to discuss your circumstances in a free case review.
If a defendant refuses to negotiate a fair and just settlement, our PBAR team is prepared and ready to take the matter before a jury to protect your legal rights and your best interests. If you have sustained a personal injury, you have the right to seek compensation. The PBAR team of qualified attorneys is the team you need to fight for your and your loved ones’ best interests.
It can be difficult to place a dollar figure on your pain and suffering after a DUI crash. The insurance company for the drunk driver may accept liability for the accident; however, the company may try to settle your injury claim for an amount that is much lower than the actual value of your claim. If a fair settlement is not possible, we have the experience to litigate your case in court. The PBAR legal team can meticulously document the damages for your DUI injury claim. We gather evidence to support our calculation of the value of your claim. Our goal is to maximize the amount of money you receive for your claim.
The law may be on your side; however, insurance companies do not care. They want to pay as little as possible to settle your claim or deny your claim outright. We want to stop insurance companies from causing you further emotional stress and injury. If a fair settlement is not forthcoming after negotiations, our experienced dog bite attorneys are fully prepared to take your case before a jury.
Nearest Emergency Services and Local Contact Information in Plainfield, Indiana
In an emergency, always call 9-1-1
Town of Plainfield Police Department:
1075 W Main Street
Plainfield, IN 46168
Hendricks County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: (317) 745-6269
925 E Main St
P.O. Box 87
Danville, IN 46122
Plainfield Fire Territory
591 Moon Road
Plainfield, IN 46168
Hendricks Regional Health
Phone: (317) 745-4451
Franciscan Health Indianapolis
IU Health Physicians Primary Care
Phone: (317) 754-5080
Town of Plainfield Court
1075 W Main Street
Plainfield, IN 46168
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If you or a loved one has been injured physically or mentally by a person, product, or company, you need to know your legal rights. You may be entitled to recover your medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, as well as damages for pain and suffering, physical disfigurement, and disability.
Our Attorneys Fight to Win for Our Clients
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