Do’s and Don’ts Guide from an Indianapolis Personal Injury Attorney

Are you ready to learn about the do’s and don’ts for a personal injury claim from an experienced Indianapolis personal injury lawyer? In this article we discuss: What Should You Do Following A Personal Injury Accident? Things That Could Hurt Your Personal Injury Claim Steps Involved In Investigating A Personal Injury Claim & Settling a… Read more »

ATV Accidents in Indianapolis — Personal Injury Claims vs. Product Liability Claims

ATVs or all-terrain vehicles are popular in Indiana for recreation and work. However, injuries involving ATVs have risen in recent years. The reason for the rise in ATV accidents could involve several factors, including an increase in the number of ATVs being used, younger riders, inexperienced operators, and faulty equipment. If you or your child… Read more »

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Will I Have to Go to Court If I Hire an Indianapolis Personal Injury Attorney?

Hiring a personal injury attorney in Indianapolis does not automatically mean that you will go to court. It can mean that you will receive a better settlement offer. Insurance adjusters knows they cannot trick or manipulate our attorneys into accepting an unfair settlement offer. Insurance companies know our attorneys won’t hesitate to take a case… Read more »

Is Santa Claus Bringing Your Child an ATV for Christmas?

Has your child included an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) on his or her Christmas list to Santa Claus this year? Is Santa Claus delivering an ATV for Christmas morning? If so, your child will certainly be overjoyed by his or her new gift. However, an ATV is a motor vehicle. An ATV requires the same caution… 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 »

Can I Use My Health Insurance to Pay Accident Bills in Indiana?

Did another driver cause an Indianapolis car accident that injured you? Are you waiting for that driver’s insurance company to pay your medical bills? If so, you could be waiting a long time, especially if your injuries are serious, you require physical therapy, or the other driver disputes fault for the crash. The insurance company… Read more »

Is There a Deadline to File Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Indiana?

If you lost a family member because of a negligent or wrongful act, you might have a claim under Indiana’s wrongful death laws. The PBAR legal team understands that a wrongful death lawsuit might not be on your mind. However, we want you to know that we are here if you want to explore your… Read more »

Three Reasons to Hire an Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyer

Many personal injury cases settle without filing a lawsuit. However, that does not mean you do not need an Indianapolis personal injury lawyer to protect your legal rights. Don’t let the insurance company or attorney for the other party convince you that you can represent yourself. They may try to tell you that you can… 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 »

Who is Responsible for Damages in an ATV Accident in Indianapolis?

ATV accidents are more common than you might believe. According to the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission), 14,653 people died in ATV-related accidents between 1982 and 2016. In 2016 alone, the CPSC received reports of 337 fatalities in ATV-related accidents. In addition to fatalities, it is estimated that approximately 101,200 people were injured and treated… Read more »