auto accident Blackburn & Green - September 30, 2015

Can You Tell Me How Much My Case Is Worth?

Every personal injury case is unique and, thus, will have a unique outcome. A personal injury attorney who can tell you how much your case is worth on the spot may not have your best interests in mind when it comes to settlement. In estimating how much your case is worth, many factors need to […]

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auto accident Blackburn & Green - September 29, 2015

What Happens if the Other Driver is Uninsured?

If you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver, your options for seeking damages are limited to some extent, but you may still have recourse in certain circumstances. If the uninsured driver is legally at fault, you have the right to file a civil lawsuit against them to collect damages. Damages are the […]

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auto accident Blackburn & Green - September 28, 2015

How Can I Be Compensated for a Hit and Run?

Following an accident, Indiana drivers are required by law to stop and exchange contact and insurance information with all involved parties and to demonstrate proof of a valid driver’s license. They also must notify the local authorities if anyone has been injured or killed or if there is apparent property damage in excess of $1000. […]

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compensation Blackburn & Green - September 9, 2015

Who Pays My Medical Bills?

After an accident, you may need medical treatment right away in the form of urgent or emergency care, along with follow up treatment that can last anywhere from a few weeks to a few years. Though most Hoosiers have health insurance, you may be wondering if your health insurance pays your medical bills after an […]

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compensation Blackburn & Green - September 8, 2015

What are Punitive Damages?

When it comes to personal injury cases, most clients will want to seek damages to compensate them for the wrong that was done to them. Often, these damages include economic damages to compensate for actual economic loss such as medical expenses or lost wages. Many cases also involve non-economic damages, which compensate for intangible losses […]

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insurance Blackburn & Green - September 6, 2015

How Much Insurance is Required for Indiana Drivers?

Every state has mandatory minimum auto-insurance laws, requiring all drivers be insured with at least the required policy limits. Indiana’s minimum auto-insurance coverage is set at $25,000 per person for bodily injury or death liability, $50,000 per accident when multiple people are hurt or killed, and $10,000 per accident for property damage liability. Bodily injury, […]

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compensation Blackburn & Green - September 5, 2015

What is Pain and Suffering?

In the world of personal injury law, there are many different terms to describe the various aspects of a personal injury case. First, losses sustained and then compensated for in an accident or injury are called damages. There are economic damages, such as costs of medical treatment, loss of wages, and repair for property damage, […]

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injury Blackburn & Green - September 4, 2015

Who is Liable for a Dog Bite?

Dog bite injuries usually get quite a bit of attention in the media, because it can be shocking to hear that a pet has viciously attacked someone. Also, dog bite injuries can be fairly severe and often leave permanent scarring and significant damage. It is always a good idea to avoid any contact with dogs […]

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injury Blackburn & Green - September 3, 2015

My Injuries are Minor; Do I Still Need an Attorney?

When you are injured and are dealing with insurance companies in the aftermath, you may feel like you can handle your case on your own to save yourself the cost of an attorney. While this may be fine in some cases, in many others, not having an attorney represent you can affect the overall worth […]

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injury Blackburn & Green - September 2, 2015

Can I Choose My Own Doctor to Treat My Injuries?

When you are injured in an accident, one of the first things you will have to do is arrange for treatment of your injuries. Many people have regular primary care physicians they can follow up with, however, based on your injuries, you may require several different kinds of specialist care providers, such as physical therapists […]

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