Mooresville Intersection—Indiana St. and County Line Rd.—Considered Dangerous

Mooresville Intersection—Indiana St. and County Line Rd.—Considered Dangerous

The intersection at Indiana St. and County Line Rd. in Mooresville, Indiana has been in the news a lot recently. The cause of the problem? An increase in traffic due to construction on a nearby highway.  Residents in the town are complaining that as a result of nearby construction on the highway, traffic is being… Read more »

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How to Calculate Fair Market Value After a Car or Truck Accident in Indiana?

After an Indiana car accident, most people tend to worry about their injuries and well-being, as they should. Seeking emergency medical attention is crucial after an accident to ensure your health is taken care of and to ensure you get adequately compensated for your medical expenses. However, something accident victims tend to overlook is their… Read more »

Whose Fault Is It In a Truck Rear-End Accident?

Whose Fault Is It In a Truck Rear-End Accident?

Semi-truck accidents can lead to incredibly serious or fatal injuries. Any car accident has the potential to be fatal, but semi-truck accidents are especially dangerous because they’re larger and weigh significantly more than standard passenger vehicles. In Indiana, trucks can weigh up to 80,000 pounds — as opposed to passenger cars which weigh an average… Read more »

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Risk of Fatal Crash Skyrockets for Teen Drivers in Summer Months

When school’s out, the children reign, and unfortunately, this means an increased risk of being involved in or causing a fatal car accident for teenagers. Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer and what experts refer to as the “100 Deadliest Days.” This period spans from Memorial Day to Labor Day and is considered… Read more »

Who Is at Fault in a T-Bone Accident?

In this article, you will read about: Statistics about side-impact collisions The reasons why T-Bone accidents are so dangerous Common injuries in T-Bone accidents How to prove fault and see compensation for a T-Bone accident in Indiana Types of collisions: Frontal impacts accounted for 57% of all passenger vehicle occupant fatalities in 2019. Side impacts… Read more »

What to Do in the Event of Catastrophic Injury in Indiana

What you’ll learn reading this article: Catastrophic injuries are severe injuries with extreme trauma. Victims experience damage to almost every aspect of their lives. Heal from a catastrophic injury by seeking compensation with excellent legal representation. While every accident is a serious matter, some accidents are among the worst that can ever happen. These fall… Read more »

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Types of Damages You Can Suffer in a DUI Accident

What you’ll learn reading this article: Indiana DUI crashes cause life-changing economic and non-economic damages. As an injured person, you can seek compensation for certain damages. A DUI accident lawyer can help you secure high-value compensation. This year, hundreds of Indiana DUI crashes will cause severe bodily injuries and deep emotional wounds. Recovering from a… Read more »

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Are Drunk Drivers Always at Fault in an Accident?

What you’ll learn reading this article: Drunk drivers aren’t automatically at fault for auto accidents. Many cases involve some level of shared responsibility. These are challenging cases and you’ll need an Indiana DUI lawyer to help you understand your options. Drunk driving is a crime that puts everyone on Hoosier roads at risk. So you… Read more »

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Dangers of Speeding Semi-Trucks

What you’ll learn reading this article: Because of their excessive weight and height, speeding trucks can cause dangers beyond typical speeding vehicles.  At their heaviest, semi-trucks can weigh up to 80,000 pounds and require almost two football fields’ worth of distance to brake fully.  Truck drivers must take special care not to exceed their ideal… Read more »

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What Is a Contingency Fee?

What you’ll learn reading this article: Many personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee, meaning they receive no fee unless you are awarded compensation.  Unlike many Indiana personal injury lawyers, Poynter & Bucheri Accident Recovery fee is only 25%* for auto accidents.  Poynter & Bucheri Accident Recovery attorneys work hard to win big for… Read more »