Summer Bicycle Safety Tips for Drivers and Parents

Summer is here, and school will be out for a few months. You are likely to see more children riding bicycles during the summer months as they have more time to be outside and enjoy leisure activities when the weather is nice and school is not in session. Therefore, it is a good time for… Read more »

Three Insurance Company Tactics That Can Hurt Your Accident Claim

Insurance companies are not evil, nor do they operate with a desire to cheat accident victims out of the compensation they deserve for an accident claim. However, profits do often motivate the decisions made by insurance companies. They do not profit by paying out large insurance settlements. Therefore, many companies use various insurance tactics to… Read more »

Should You Agree to Arbitration or Mediation to Settle a Personal Injury Claim?

Most personal injury claims are settled without filing a personal injury lawsuit. However, intense negotiations are often required to settle an accident claim. In some cases, the other party may suggest using mediation or arbitration to settle a personal injury claim. Our Indianapolis personal injury attorneys evaluate an accident claim carefully to determine whether it… Read more »

Three Dangerous Driving Decisions That Can Be Deadly

Unfortunately, you cannot control what another individual does when he or she gets into a vehicle. However, you control what you do as a driver. Your driving decisions each day can keep you safe or place you and others at risk. Below are three dangerous driving decisions that can result in a tragic accident that… Read more »

What Are the Types of Damages In An Indianapolis Accident Case?

When you are injured in a car accident, slip & fall, or other personal injury accident, you may suffer a variety of damages and losses. Filing an injury claim with the insurance company for the other party is typically the first step you take to recover compensation. However, dealing with an insurance adjuster is not… Read more »

Should I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit for My Indianapolis Accident?

When another party injures you, you have the right to seek compensation for your damages under Indiana’s personal injury laws. If you cannot settle your claim, you have the right to file a lawsuit seeking compensation for your damages. However, is it better to settle your claim outside of court or file a personal injury… Read more »

Does Holiday Shopping Increase the Risk of a Parking Lot Accident in Indianapolis?

Are you ready for the holiday shopping season? Ready or not, Black Friday (which really begins on Thanksgiving Day now) is just a couple of weeks away. While you are searching for bargains, you need to be careful that you are not the victim of a parking lot accident. Parking Lot Accident Claims Increase During… Read more »

New Section of The Monon Trail Can Help Keep Bicyclists and Pedestrians Safe

Last month was the grand opening of the extended Monon Trail. The 24-mail trail runs from downtown Indianapolis to the City of Sheridan in Hamilton County. Walkers, joggers, and bicyclists have a safe path that connects a variety of areas. The path is also wheelchair accessible. Because of its location, the path offers protection from… Read more »

Using Expert Witnesses in an Indianapolis Personal Injury Case

You sustain a variety of damages when you are injured in an accident. Depending on the circumstances of your accident, you may suffer physical injuries, financial losses, and emotional damages. You may receive compensation if another person or party caused the accident. In some cases, you may need an expert witness to help you recover… Read more »

A Whiplash Injury Can Cause Chronic Pain and Impairment

Rear-end crashes are some of the most common types of motor vehicle crashes, especially in Indianapolis traffic jams. Distracted drivers, speeding, and following too closely for conditions are common causes of rear-end accidents. Whatever the underlying reason for the crash may be, the results are often the same. The occupants of the vehicle in front… Read more »