Steps To Take If Your Child Was Injured in a School Bus Accident

Steps To Take If Your Child Was Injured in a School Bus Accident

A school bus accident can be very severe, and sadly, many children can suffer serious injuries as a result. Although these occurrences are rarer than standard car accidents, they are not as rare as you may think.  The worst school bus accidents involve serious injuries and death. One tragic case happened in Chattanooga, Tennessee in… Read more »

hit and run laws

What Are the Hit and Run Laws in Indiana?

Hit and runs are often the most frustrating and challenging kind of accidents to deal with as a victim. When someone hits you and flees the scene, not only do you have your injuries to worry about, but you may also wonder how you are going to file a claim for compensation if there is… Read more »

slip and fall accident

Compensation for Ankle Injuries From Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall injuries can lead to various painful and debilitating injuries, including many different types of ankle injuries. If you’ve suffered an ankle injury caused by another party’s negligence, you may wonder how much your personal injury is worth. This question is more complex than it may seem and mostly depends on your type… Read more »

shopping injuries

Common Injuries While Shopping at Big Box Stores in Indiana

Big box stores are convenient, selling multiple items in one place for a “one-stop” experience; they are also, well – big, with over 50,000 square feet of space each. Indiana is home to many examples of big box stores, such as Home Depot, Lowe’s, Costco, Sam’s Club, Walmart, Meijer, Kroger Marketplace, Target – and even… Read more »

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Did Poor Lighting Cause Your Slip and Fall Accident?

Most people are aware of the dangers of motor vehicle accidents, malignant cancer, or purposeful violence. But according to the NSC (National Safety Council), slips and falls are the second leading cause of unintentional injury-related deaths in the United States. Not only are falls one of the top three causes of preventable death, but they… Read more »

Compensation for Dislocated Joints After a Slip and Fall Accident

Compensation for Dislocated Joints After a Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and fall accidents can lead to many different types of expensive and painful injuries. Tragically, these accidents can even cause permanent disabilities and can be fatal. One type of injury many people sustain are dislocated joints after a slip and fall accident. These injuries range in their overall severity, but they are often excruciatingly painful… Read more »

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I Tripped On Boxes and Pallets in a Store Aisle. Can I Sue?

Until you have tripped over one, you probably never spent much (if any) time considering the pallet, a flat structure, usually used to stack, store, and transport goods. Most pallets are made of wood; when full, they are heavy, and approximately 400 million of them are produced in the U.S. each year.   Most people are… Read more »

Airbnb Slip and Fall. Who's Liable?

Airbnb Slip and Fall. Who’s Liable?

When using an Airbnb property or another vacation home rental company, liability can seem complex when someone suffers a slip and fall injury. The unfortunate reality is that homeowners are liable for hazards on their property, and Airbnb is NOT liable. Here’s what you need to know about slip and fall liability when these accidents… Read more »

How Much Can I Get In a Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Car Accident Settlement?

What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome? Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) is a group of disorders that happen when the nerves and/or blood vessels in the thoracic area are injured or compressed. You have probably heard the term thorax used to describe the part of the body between the head and the abdomen; in other words, the… Read more »

What Is My Torn Labrum Shoulder Injury Worth?

What Is My Torn Labrum Shoulder Injury Worth?

What is a torn labrum shoulder injury? The glenoid is the socket-shaped opening of your shoulder, and the labrum is the soft cartilage in that socket that holds the head of the humerus (bone at the top of the arm) in place, assisted by the rotator cuff muscles. This ball-and-socket design facilitates movement in your… Read more »