who is liable for food illnesses

Foodborne Illnesses: Who Is Liable?

What you’ll learn from reading this article: How to recognize the signs of food poisoning Possible culprits of foodborne illnesses What to do if you need to hold somebody liable for your illness You have probably experienced an upset stomach after a night out, especially after over-indulging. However, what if you experience more than a… Read more »

black mold and landlord liability

Mold Exposure: Indiana Landlord Liability

What you’ll learn from reading this article: Common symptoms of mold exposure How to recognize signs of mold in your residence What to do if your apartment or rental has mold You have probably heard the disconcerting term “black mold.” It may not invoke terror in quite the same way as the term “Black Death”… Read more »

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What is Black Mold and How to Prove Negligence

What you’ll learn reading this article: Black mold exposure can lead to health problems and financial damage. You’ll need to prove someone’s negligence, but this is very difficult. An attorney can help you build a strong case for the compensation you need. Black mold is something nobody wants to find in their home or workplace…. Read more »

How to Protect Yourself When Driving in Bad Weather

What you’ll learn reading this article: Bad weather contributes to many road accidents. Planning ahead can help keep you safe. If you’re hurt in an accident, a local lawyer can help clarify how weather played a role in your crash. Did you know bad weather is a factor in 1 in 5 traffic accidents? In… Read more »

Why is My Insurance Settlement Offer Lower If I Ask Myself Than If I Use an Attorney

Why is My Insurance Settlement Offer Lower If I Ask Myself Than If I Use an Attorney?

What you’ll learn reading this article: Statistics show that attorneys can negotiate much higher payouts for personal injury claims than those who forgo representation. Insurance companies actively work to keep from paying you the settlement you deserve.  Noneconomic damages for pain and suffering aren’t a given in an insurance company settlement agreement but hiring an… Read more »

Increase in Indianapolis Pedestrian Accidents

Increase in Indianapolis Pedestrian Accidents

What you’ll learn reading this article: Fatal pedestrian accidents are on the rise throughout the entire United States. Indianapolis has one of the most dangerous areas for pedestrians in the U.S. Several ways to protect yourself and your loved ones from pedestrian accidents in Indianapolis. Warmer weather means an increase in walkers and bicyclists, and… Read more »

What are the Different Types of Auto Accident Claims in Indianapolis?

What are the Different Types of Auto Accident Claims in Indianapolis?

Being involved in a car accident can result in serious injuries and substantial damages for victims and their families. If you or a loved one is injured in an Indianapolis traffic accident, you may receive compensation for your injuries and losses by filing one or more auto accident claims. You may receive compensation for your… Read more »

What Happens When an Insurance Company Refuses to Pay an Injury Claim?

What Happens When an Insurance Company Refuses to Pay an Injury Claim?

When another person or party’s negligence or wrongdoing causes your injury, Indiana laws provide a way for you to seek compensation for your injuries and losses. Depending on the incident that caused your injury, your claim may fall under Indiana’s product liability, premises liability, or medical malpractice laws. Other types of injuries, such as injuries… Read more »

What Compensation Can I Receive for a Spinal Cord Injury?

What Compensation Can I Receive for a Spinal Cord Injury?

Spinal cord injuries can be the result of many different types of accidents and negligence. Motor vehicle accidents, boating accidents, falls, ATV accidents, DUI accidents, and other personal injury accidents. A spinal cord injury can be devastating. Depending on the severity of the injury, a person may be paralyzed for the rest of his or… Read more »

Preventing Deaths of Children in Hot Vehicles This Summer in Indianapolis

Preventing Deaths of Children in Hot Vehicles This Summer in Indianapolis

How does it happen? How does a child get left in a vehicle and die from vehicular heatstroke? It seems unthinkable, but about 38 children each year die in hot cars in the United States. Roughly 800 children have died from vehicular heatstroke since 1998, with 2018 being the worst year for deaths in hot… Read more »