Motorcycle Accidents Dan - June 24, 2019

How Much Is My Motorcycle Accident Injury Settlement Worth?

Every year, there are motorcycle crashes that take place in the United States, some of which are fatal. While you don’t want to be one of the statistics, accidents do happen. What you do next can make a big difference. You will want to report a crash as soon as it happened. This will allow […]

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Car Accidents Dan - June 17, 2019

What Steps Should You Take After an Accident?

Car accidents leave chaos and confusion in their wake. Nerves are frazzled and people may be filled with shock or fear. If you have been in a crash, it’s important to know what steps you should take afterward. These tips are crucial, especially if you are considering filing a personal injury claim – get in […]

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Uncategorized Dan - June 12, 2019

Car Seat Safety Tips Parents Should Know About

Fort Wayne Car Accident Attorneys know that nothing is more important than keeping you and your family safe, particularly when it comes to car seat safety. Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions regarding the proper way to handle a car seat and how to use it properly. When it comes to car seats, knowledge […]

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Uncategorized Dan - June 6, 2019

Blackburn and Green Can Help You After a Motorcycle Accident

Millions of Americans love to ride motorcycles and are deeply engrossed in the culture. To these individuals, motorcycles represent fun, freedom, and family. Unfortunately, there are risks involved with motorcycle riding and safety should be every rider’s primary concerns. Every motorcycle rider should know what to do in the event of an accident. If you […]

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Motorcycle Accidents Dan - February 28, 2019

Motorcycle Crash Statistics in Indiana

The freedom and exhilaration of motorcycle riding down an open highway helps to explain why the pastime is so popular. Yet the excitement and high spirits are balanced by risk of injury, and sometimes worse. Atop a motorcycle, a rider is exposed in ways automobile drivers are not. A direct hit by another vehicle can […]

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Motorcycle Accidents Dan - February 19, 2019

Can a Motorcycle Accident Cause PTSD?

Although post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is often a condition suffered by war veterans, there is evidence that it can also affect individuals who have been in violent accidents. Individuals who are involved in traumatic motorcycle accidents can suffer psychological and emotional distress. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, about a third of head […]

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personal injury attorney Dan - February 11, 2019

When Should You Sue for a Personal Injury?

Accidents happen and, as a result, people suffer injuries every day across the states. However, if this has happened to you as a result of someone else’s negligence, you may want to file a personal injury claim against that person or their insurance company. If your injury stems from the actions of someone else, you […]

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personal injury attorney Dan - February 6, 2019

Why Being Honest to Your Personal Injury Lawyer is Important

Hiring a personal injury attorney from Blackburn & Green to help you with your case is the first step in taking action to protect yourself following your injury. However, this is not the most important step you’ll take. The most important thing you should do is be completely honest with your attorney. They cannot help […]

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personal injury attorney Dan - January 29, 2019

4 of the Most Common Causes of Catastrophic Injuries in Indiana

Catastrophic injuries are life-threatening injuries that often result in permanent disability or disfigurement. These injuries are not common, but when they occur, they can be remarkably expensive to treat, and those who sustain them have little chance of living a normal life. Fortunately, with the help of Blackburn & Green, you may be able to […]

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Car Accidents Dan - January 22, 2019

Are There No-Fault Laws for Auto Accidents in Indiana?

No-fault car insurance laws for auto accidents are used in many states. No-fault states work on a system where your own auto insurer will pay for some or all of your losses during an accident no matter who is at fault. Each state’s fault laws are different. Indiana, however, is an at-fault state. The tort […]

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