Common Causes of Boating Accidents in Indiana

Common Causes of Boating Accidents in Indiana

The state of Indiana is home to over 100 natural and man-made lakes that many residents flock to for recreation. Boating, fishing, and all kinds of water fun take place in the hot summer months in Indiana, but things can quickly become dangerous in the event of a boating accident. In 2018 alone the U.S…. Read more »

Can I File a Claim for A Single-Vehicle Accident?

Can I File a Claim for A Single-Vehicle Accident?

Vehicular accidents are always challenging experiences, even when they don’t involve multiple cars. A single vehicle accident can be just as traumatizing as multi-vehicle accidents, and they can cause as much or more even damage to your car. They can also leave you with serious injuries.  If you’ve experienced a single-car accident, you may wonder… Read more »

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Does an Indiana Police Report Show Who Was at Fault?

What you’ll learn reading this article: The typical Indiana police report doesn’t always include clear information about fault. Fault is determined by courts and insurance companies, long after the accident happens. Even without a police report, you can pursue accident compensation. You might be surprised to see what’s in the police report from your car… Read more »

Towing and Storage After An Accident: Who Pays?

Towing and Storage After An Accident: Who Pays?

If your car was totaled in a serious accident, you probably have a lot on your plate. It can quickly become overwhelming if you have to balance phone calls with your insurance company and medical bills while you search for a replacement vehicle. You’re already at maximum capacity when you receive a bill from the… Read more »

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What Is Considered Reckless Driving Under Indiana Law?

Car accidents can happen for various reasons. In many cases, they are unfortunate incidents that happen purely by accident, as most drivers do not intentionally act in a way to cause harm. However, even if someone causes an accident without the intent to cause harm, they were still likely acting negligently according to the law…. Read more »

Do Personal Injury Caps Exist for Injury Claims in Indiana?

When you are injured due to someone else’s negligence, such as in a traffic accident or a medical malpractice case, you would typically pursue legal action to recover compensation for damages. These cases involve personal injury claims that consider the victim’s damages to determine how much money they are owed. So, are there personal injury… Read more »

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Slip and Falls in Indiana Parking Garages

Indiana slip and fall accidents are a common cause of injury. These incidents can happen anywhere at any time. In many situations, people who slip and fall may simply get right back and up and brush it off. However, if a fall leads to an injury, you will need to report the incident right away… Read more »

Do I Have to Give Notice to the Landowner to Recover Damages?

Do I Have to Give Notice to the Landowner to Recover Damages?

If you slip and fall or get hurt on someone else’s land or property in any other way, the landowner must have had notice of the hazard that caused the accident for you to recover damages. This situation is known as a premises liability case. Land and property owners do have a responsibility to keep… Read more »

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Can I Sue My Landlord Because of Damage Due to An Electrical Fire?

Electrical fires are often worse than regular fires because they can happen out of nowhere. With a normal fire, there are often obvious warning signs that make the fire easily preventable. However, electrical fires often occur as a result of faulty wiring, which can be hard to detect, meaning they can happen at any time… Read more »

Most common hazards of slip and fall cases

Most common hazards of slip and fall cases

Slip and fall accidents are one of the leading causes of injury in the United States. Every year, fall injuries account for over 8 million visits to the ER. While a slip and fall accident can happen in your own home, often, these cases happen on another owner’s property and are subject to premises liability…. Read more »