liquor liability laws

How Liquor Liability Laws Affect Indiana Wineries, Breweries and Distilleries

What you’ll learn reading this article: In just six years’ time, the number of breweries in the United States increased by almost 5,000.  Indiana is home to over 100 wineries, about 25 distilleries and at least 83 breweries throughout the state, many in close proximity to one another, which encourages “brewery-hopping” and tasting events that… Read more »

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Indiana No Pay No Play Laws Discourage Uninsured Driving

What you’ll learn reading this article: Indiana ranks 8th in the number of uninsured motorists, a rising trend across the U.S.  The cost to insured drivers has climbed 75% over the past 10 years. “No Pay, No Play” laws incorporate regulations for uninsured drivers’ ability to sue for damages and their rights to seek compensation… Read more »

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Hit-and-Run Auto Incidents Rising in Marion County

What you’ll learn reading this article: In the last few years, an average of 14 hit-and-run accidents occur on Marion County roads per day. A hit-and-run accident that results in a fatality is a Level 5 felony, with steeper, serious penalties for drivers who leave the scene of the crash. In 2007, four hit-and-run auto… Read more »

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Fatigued Drivers Just As Dangerous As Drunk Drivers on Indiana Roads

What you’ll learn reading this article: Driving while drowsy or fatigued is just as dangerous as drinking and driving. Falling asleep at the wheel or fatigued driving accounts for almost 30% of serious injury collisions a year in Indiana. The warning signs of fatigued driving and what to do to combat them. If you don’t… Read more »

What are the Different Types of Auto Accident Claims in Indianapolis?

What are the Different Types of Auto Accident Claims in Indianapolis?

Being involved in a car accident can result in serious injuries and substantial damages for victims and their families. If you or a loved one is injured in an Indianapolis traffic accident, you may receive compensation for your injuries and losses by filing one or more auto accident claims. You may receive compensation for your… Read more »

What Happens When an Insurance Company Refuses to Pay an Injury Claim?

What Happens When an Insurance Company Refuses to Pay an Injury Claim?

When another person or party’s negligence or wrongdoing causes your injury, Indiana laws provide a way for you to seek compensation for your injuries and losses. Depending on the incident that caused your injury, your claim may fall under Indiana’s product liability, premises liability, or medical malpractice laws. Other types of injuries, such as injuries… Read more »