Legal, financial, and emotional support resources for post-accident recovery in the Hoosier State
The road to recovery following an accident is a long one, but it’s not one you have to travel alone.
Enjuris has compiled a list of resources, from legal services to financial programs to emotional support groups, to help you on your journey.
If you know of any other helpful resources, please let us know. We’ll continue to build this list with meaningful links for Indiana residents.
Indiana laws and regulations
- Indiana Code
Updated versions of the Indiana Code, as well as information about proposed legislation.
- Indiana General Assembly
Official publication of Indiana’s administrative rules, including a feature that allows you to search the rules by text.
Legal information resources
- Indiana State Bar Association
List of local bar associations in Indiana, some of which offer referral services.
- Indiana Courts: Disciplinary Commission
Resources to file a grievance against an attorney in the Indiana court system.
- Indiana Legal Help
Legal information and self-help forms for people who want to represent themselves in court.
- Indiana State Bar Association: Pro Se Handbook
A step-by-step guide to representing yourself on appeal in Indiana.
- Indiana Legal Services
Answers to frequently asked questions about small claims court.
- Enjuris Lawyer Directory
Legal directory listing Indiana personal injury attorneys, along with their contact information, practice areas, biographies, and information on whether they offer free initial consultations
- Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
A state-run program that assists families with children when the parents or other caregivers can’t provide for the family’s basic needs.
- Health Coverage Tax Credit
Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC) is a federal program that pays 80% of your health insurance premiums.
- Community Caring and Sharing
Indiana residents can call Community Caring and Sharing to receive referrals to federal and state assistance programs including those that help with paying rent, utilities, transportation, etc.
Emotional support resources
- Family and Social Services Administration
Case management, referrals, and information for aging or developmentally disabled persons.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Offering supportive services for those who have survived drunk driving accidents. Content includes a support group listing and a 24-hour victim helpline.
- Indiana University Brain Injury Support Group
The group seeks to offer support through group discussion, counseling, and therapeutic activity designed to maximize coping and life skills as well as provide opportunities for peer support.