Motorcycle Accidents Dan - April 20, 2018

How common is it for a car to cause a motorcycle accident?

How common is it for a car to cause a motorcycle accident?  Cars and trucks are a major cause of motorcycle accidents. Vehicle drivers who are distracted by their cell phone cause many accidents. On the other hand, many vehicle drivers claim that motorcycles careening in and out of traffic are putting their own lives […]

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Wrongful Death Dan - April 19, 2018

Wrongful death cases

A wrongful death case is a civil action and not a criminal prosecution, and here are some of the most common types; For more information about our Indianapolis Wrongful Death Lawyers, visit our site.  

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Wrongful Death Dan - April 13, 2018

What are the most common types of wrongful death cases in Indianapolis?

What are the most common types of wrongful death cases in Indianapolis? A wrongful death case is a civil action and not a criminal prosecution. In Indiana, the personal representative of a deceased person’s estate is allowed to file a wrongful death lawsuit seeking damages for their death if it was caused by a wrongful […]

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personal injury attorney Dan - April 12, 2018

How to choose the right personal injury lawyer

How to choose the right personal injury lawyer When you get injured, it’s in your best interest to find the right Indianapolis personal injury lawyer. The attorney you choose will help you navigate the complex Indiana legal system. This is just one reason why it’s important to decide wisely and carefully. Fortunately, there are some […]

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personal injury attorney Dan - April 10, 2018

Who pays for college athletes’ catastrophic injuries?

When a student-athlete suffers injuries during their participation in competitive sports, they may face costly medical bills, rehabilitation costs, and time spent off the playing field. In the event of a catastrophic injury, some athletes may be forced to change their plans of playing sports at a professional level, resulting in a loss of future […]

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Bicycle Accidents Dan - March 28, 2018

What are my rights and responsibilities as a cyclist?

If you are asking this question, you are in good company. In a survey conducted by Bicycle Indiana, half of all Hoosiers admitted they were unaware as to whether bicycles are even allowed on Indiana roadways. Worse, they are oblivious not only to the rights and responsibilities of cyclists, but also the responsibilities of drivers […]

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Bus Accidents Dan - March 20, 2018

What should I do at the scene of a bus accident?

Unfortunately, accidents are inevitable and can happen even when drivers try to practice the best road safety. Any type of accident is stressful, but when you are involved in a bus accident, it can be utter chaos because there are multiple people involved and such a large vehicle as well. It’s important to know what […]

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Truck Accidents Dan - March 12, 2018

Why are truck accidents different from other motor vehicle accidents?

Help is Available for Truck Accident Victims in Indiana It’s important to realize there is a difference between a truck accident and a car accident. One of the major differences being that the injuries people experience as a result of a truck crash are often much more serious. When a person has an accident with […]

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tips and tools Blackburn & Green - September 9, 2016

Yes, Distracted Walking Is Real and Dangerous

Distracted driving is the focus of nationwide campaigns to promote driver safety. Texting and other use of hand-held devices is at the core of these efforts. Some may think it is a joke, but distracted walking is also on the rise and can result in serious injury and death. Pedestrian deaths have decreased since 1975—from […]

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injury Blackburn & Green - September 8, 2016

City Can Be Sued after Resident Falls on Street

Governmental entities can sometimes escape civil liability under the Indiana Tort Claims Act (ITCA). In a recent case involving a fall injury in Beech Grove, however, the city was not so lucky. A resident of Beech Grove was walking from her home to the library. As she crossed the street, she had to step slightly […]

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