What Should I Do If I Am in a Car Accident During a Vacation?

No one wants to be involved in a car accident, especially during a vacation. Being involved in a traffic accident at home is frustrating regardless of whether you suffer injuries or walk away from the crash. However, when you are on vacation, being in a car accident can be even more challenging. What do you… Read more »

Who Is Liable for Car Crashes in Work Zones in Indiana?

Work zone accidents increased 7.8 percent nationwide from 2014 to 2015. Nationwide, there were approximately 96,626 crashes in work zones. The number of work zone accidents has increased in the United States each year since 2013. The number of work zone accidents increased in Indiana from 2015 to 2016. Indiana has also experienced an increase… Read more »

Football Season is Here! Beware of Increased Risk of DUI Accidents?

Football is back in full force for college and professional football teams. Unfortunately, alcohol and watching football often go together. Consuming alcohol during a football game is a common occurrence at tailgates and parties. Sadly, some people enjoy a bit too much alcohol before and during a football game, especially when they begin celebrating hours… Read more »

Do You Know How to Share the Road with a Semi-Truck in Indiana?

Does it make you nervous to share the road with a semi-truck or other large commercial vehicle? If driving beside a large truck makes you nervous, you are not alone. Many people view large trucks as a danger on the road, and they have very good reasons for their beliefs. According to the NHTSA’s Traffic… Read more »

How Can A Contingency Fee Help Me with My Indianapolis Accident Claim?

Your first thought after an accident is medical care for your injuries. Depending on the severity of your injuries, that may be your only thought for quite some time. However, at some point, you may consider consulting an Indianapolis accident attorney to learn about your legal rights. We strongly urge you to consult with one… Read more »

Do the New Car Seat Recommendations Change Indiana Car Seat Laws?

Parents want their child to be safe while in a vehicle and so does the Indiana legislature. Therefore, Indiana passed car seat laws that apply to children under the age of eight years. According to the information provided by the ISP: Children must ride in a rear-facing child safety seat if the child is under… Read more »

Why is Maximum Medical Improvement Important in My Indianapolis Personal Injury Case?

The insurance company for the other party may approach you with an offer of settlement of your personal injury claim. However, it is important that you do not settle your claim until your medical treatment ends. Settling your claim before reaching maximum medical improvement (MMI) could result in a much lower settlement amount. If you… Read more »

What is a Pain and Suffering Journal?

When you are injured in a traffic accident, fall, or other personal injury accident, you suffer a variety of damages. In addition to your physical injuries, you might incur substantial financial losses related to the accident and your injury. Under Indiana’s personal injury laws, you can file a civil claim against the person responsible for… Read more »

Why Does My Indianapolis Personal Injury Attorney Send a Settlement Demand Letter?

Have you been injured in an accident? If so, you might be entitled to compensation from the party who caused the accident. Victims of car crashes, motorcycle accidents, falls, ATV accidents, boating accidents, truck accidents, or dog bites can file a civil action to recover compensation for damages. To recover money for a claim, you… Read more »

Five Pieces of Evidence Used To Prove Liability in an Indianapolis Traffic Accident Claim

Have you been injured in an Indianapolis traffic accident? If so, you might be entitled to compensation for your injuries and damages. However, you must prove that the other driver caused the crash to recover any money for your claim. Therefore, you must have evidence proving how the collision occurred. Contact our office to discuss… Read more »