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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 »

Can a Pedestrian Be At Fault When Hit By a Car?

Can a Pedestrian Be At Fault When Hit By a Car?

Pedestrian accidents can have serious or fatal consequences for both drivers and walkers, but pedestrians are at a much greater risk of suffering from serious or fatal injuries. According to a study conducted by Smart Growth America, pedestrian fatalities have increased by 35% in the last decade. And with this dramatic increase, people frequently assume… Read more »

Seeking Indiana Wrongful Death Damages? The Elements You Need to Know to Prove Your Case

Seeking Indiana Wrongful Death Damages? The Elements You Need to Know to Prove Your Case

Perhaps the most difficult experience in life is losing a loved one, and the death of a family member is even worse when their passing is unexpected. When someone dies due to the negligence or deliberate wrongdoing of a person or company, the victim’s family can hold the liable party financially responsible through a wrongful… Read more »

What Happens When Your Car Is a Total Loss?

What Happens When Your Car Is a Total Loss?

Experiencing a car accident is never easy, especially when the wreck involves a totaled vehicle. Fortunately, you should be able to receive compensation for your totaled vehicle from your insurance company or the at-fault driver.  In this blog, we discuss common questions people have regarding totaled vehicles including when is your car considered a total… 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 »

What is Burden of Proof in Personal Injury Cases?

What is Burden of Proof in Personal Injury Cases?

When you are involved in an accident, there are likely many questions and concerns that will cross your mind. In the moment, most victims are primarily concerned for their safety and wellbeing and will want to contact the authorities to get the help and medical attention they need. However, after the accident and the injuries… Read more »

Personal Injuries Most Common on Halloween

For kids and adults, Halloween can be one of the most fun nights of the year. Kids love dressing up and going trick-or-treating. And while all that candy might not be the healthiest holiday tradition, kids of all ages love free candy and goodies. But accidents can happen anytime, and Halloween can be especially dangerous…. Read more »

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Grocery Store Food Contamination: Who’s At Fault and What Are Your Rights?

Food poisoning is a fairly common occurrence. For some, the symptoms are mild, causing nothing more than an upset stomach. For others, the effects can be severe and even fatal. According to the CDC, 48 million people get sick annually from food poisoning, and of those who fall ill, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die…. Read more »

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Why Insurance Companies Have an Advantage in Jury Trials

“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist” This quotation from an 1864 short story by Baudelaire is more widely recognized as the final rousing line in the 1995 movie, The Usual Suspects. We are not trying to imply that insurance companies are evil, but they certainly do have… Read more »