Some of the most common types of injuries people sustain in Indiana car accidents are blunt force trauma injuries. And while a blunt force injury can be as simple as a minor bruise, it can also be severe and result in complications, such as head or brain injuries. Unfortunately, many blunt force trauma injuries, like… Read more »
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How Do I Report a Driver That is Drunk or Unsafe?
While drinking and driving is illegal, no law requires another person to report a driver that has been drinking. Still, while many states have their own plans and initiatives to cut down on drunk driving, it can be beneficial when other drivers call in to report these instances, as it can help prevent and reduce… Read more »
Here’s When to Call a Brain Injury Lawyer After a Car Accident in Indiana
Moderate and severe traumatic brain injuries can be life-altering, and in some cases, life-ending. If you or a loved one have been injured this severely as the result of another driver’s negligence, an experienced brain injury lawyer will be able to negotiate with insurance companies or even file a personal injury lawsuit for you. Brain… Read more »
Compensation for Car Accident Scars and Body Disfiguring
Traffic accidents can cause incredibly serious or even fatal injuries, and some of the most tragic injuries include severe scarring and body disfiguring. Bodily disfigurement happens when someone suffers from permanent and visible injuries. In addition to being painful, disfigurement can cause a person to suffer from serious emotional and mental distress and ongoing problems…. Read more »
Wrongful Death Claims for Fatal Car Accidents in Indiana
Car accidents that end in death are tragic. When someone loses their life, it’s not only a tragic and unfair end for them, but it can cause immense pain and suffering for the loved ones left behind. Though no amount of money can ever replace someone you have lost, a wrongful death car accident settlement… Read more »
What is Reckless Driving versus Aggressive Driving Under the Law in Indiana?
Both reckless driving and aggressive driving are dangerous and can have serious consequences in Indiana. However, while often used synonymously, aggressive driving and reckless driving are not the same. If you are involved in a car accident in Indiana, an attorney can help you determine whether it was a reckless or aggressive driving offense and… Read more »
Common Injuries When You Are In a Head On Collision
A head on collision (also called a “frontal” crash) can result in numerous injuries and can have a devastating effect on a person’s ability to return to his or her normal life and make an income. Extreme physical trauma – things like broken bones, internal bleeding, severe lacerations, and burns – are just some of… Read more »
What to Know When Leaving the Scene of an Accident – No Injuries
Everyone knows that hit-and-run accidents are terrible. A driver, often under the influence, strikes another vehicle, pedestrian, or cyclist, and just – keeps driving, with no attempt to stop and see if there are any injuries or deaths. In the United States, there are an average of 2,000 hit-and-run accidents each day (6 of them… Read more »
Common Causes and Injuries From a T bone Accident in Indiana
T bone accidents, also known as broadside or side-impact collisions, are the second most dangerous type of collision, next to head-on collisions. Every year, around 5,000 people die due to t bone accidents. For those accidents where fatalities do not occur, victims still often suffer from severe injuries that can result in long-term complications. If… Read more »
Suffer Organ Damage From a Car Accident?
Internal injuries like organ damage from a car accident are not something to be taken lightly. Though these types of injuries are not always immediately apparent, they can be quite severe and result in complications or even death if they are not treated right away. Following an accident, you should always seek immediate medical attention… Read more »