Prison Deaths

Did Your Loved One Die Or Suffer Serious Injury While In Custody?

Each year, a number of people die or suffer serious injury while in Indiana police custody or while in prison serving a sentence. Often these deaths and injuries do not need to occur and could have been prevented by simple measures. For example, the failure to supervise addicts going through withdrawal can lead to an unnecessary death.

When a correction facility delayed necessary treatment or ignored red flags that indicated an individual was a suicide risk, your family may need to bring a lawsuit to hold the facility responsible for its deliberate indifference.

If your loved one dies while in custody, contact the Indianapolis lawyers of Hayes Ruemmele LLC, by calling 317-491-1050. We can help you answer whether a correctional facility failed to uphold its reasonable duty of care.

Uncovering What Happened

Our team approach combines more than 40 years of legal experience to investigate and identify whether negligence caused a prison death. You will work with both of our attorneys from the start of your wrongful death case to the finish. We are devoted to doing what is right for your family and standing up against civil rights abuses.

We will hold those accountable who failed to provide adequate medical care or allowed an individual to needlessly die. Our lawyers have the courtroom experience to bring your case to trial when it is required to hold a responsible party liable.

Find Answers — Call (317) 491-1050 To Speak With Hayes Ruemmele LLC

Did your family receive conflicting accounts of how your loved one died while in custody? Was there anything that could have been done to save the life of your friend or relative? Send us an email with a brief description of what happened, so that we can analyze whether remedies may be available.