Sharing the Road: Are Bike Lanes Really Safe?

Sharing the Road: Are Bike Lanes Really Safe?

The draws of opting for a bicycle over a car are hard to ignore. When you choose to commute via a bicycle, you don’t have to pay for insurance or gas, they’re lightweight and portable, and not to mention you get some great cardio in as well. This does not, however, exclude bicyclists from hazards… Read more »

Why Motorcyclists Tend to Be Blamed But Are Not Always Responsible for the Accident

Why Motorcyclists Tend to Be Blamed But Are Not Always Responsible for the Accident

Motorcycles are a fun and exhilarating method of transportation, and it’s no mystery why motorcyclists enjoy riding so much. Unfortunately, riding a motorcycle poses a greater degree of risk than operating a standard passenger car. Without the protection of the car’s body and safety features, such as seatbelts, motorcyclists are far more likely to suffer… Read more »

It's Not Just Bars. Private Party Hosts Can Also Be Found Liable for Drunk Driving Accidents

It’s Not Just Bars. Private Party Hosts Can Also Be Found Liable for Drunk Driving Accidents

Driving while under the influence of alcohol is highly dangerous and can cause a serious or fatal traffic accident. If you’re injured in a wreck caused by a drunk driver, you can file a personal injury claim against them. Additionally, if someone served the drunk driver alcohol while they were already intoxicated, you can file a… Read more »

Bicycle Accidents Caused By Driving Distractions in Indiana

Bicycle Accidents Caused By Driving Distractions in Indiana

Cycling is becoming increasingly common these days. In fact, many riders have started to opt for bicycling to commute around town instead of driving or using public transportation. And there has been an especially large increase in bicyclists on the road since the pandemic, as cycling is a more socially distant and healthy way to… Read more »

What Can I Do After My Child Was Injured in an Indiana Pedestrian Accident?

What Can I Do After My Child Was Injured in an Indiana Pedestrian Accident?

What you’ll learn reading this article: If your child was injured in a pedestrian accident they deserves proper medical treatment. Children have certain rights regarding Indiana pedestrian accidents. You can pursue the vehicle’s driver for accident compensation that covers your many costs and losses. There’s nothing more frightening than your child being injured, especially in… Read more »

Is Indiana a No-Fault State?

Is Indiana a No-Fault State?

When you are in a car accident, the insurance company you file your claim against will depend on what type of fault state you live in. This will not only determine who you file your claim with, but it can also affect how much money you will receive as compensation for your damages. So, is Indiana… Read more »

How to Calculate Pain and Suffering After a Car Accident

How to Calculate Pain and Suffering After a Car Accident

Personal injury claims or lawsuits are intended to compensate victims for various damages after they have suffered an injury from a car accident. The most common of these damages include medical expenses, loss of wages, and property losses or damages. However, something that is more challenging to calculate, but is just as important, is the… Read more »

When Should You Contact a Lawyer After a Car Accident?

The moments after a car accident are often disorienting and stressful. Even if the accident was minor and caused minimal damage, you can still suffer from shock, which can make it difficult to think clearly and make decisions. And in the days or even weeks after the accident, many victims will try to suppress the… Read more »

What Is Indiana’s “No Pay, No Play” Law and How Does It Affect the Uninsured?

What Is Indiana’s “No Pay, No Play” Law and How Does It Affect the Uninsured?

Most drivers tend to assume they will file a claim against the at-fault driver after an accident to recover compensation for their damages. However, this is not always the case. Who the injured victim seeks compensation from will depend on the fault laws of the state that they live in. In Indiana, car accidents and… Read more »

When Is It the Most Dangerous to Drive?

When Is It the Most Dangerous to Drive?

No matter how safe a driver you may be, there is no guarantee you won’t ever be in an accident. Numerous other factors can increase the risk of being in an accident aside from our own driving abilities. This can include other drivers on the road, traffic congestion, weather, certain intersections or other more dangerous… Read more »