Injuries at Fitness Centers Could Increase with New Year’s Resolutions

Did you resolve to exercise more or lose weight in 2019? Health-related resolutions are popular New Year’s resolutions each year. As part of their resolution, many people join gyms and fitness centers during the first couple of months each year. Some fitness centers and gyms offer special discounts for individuals joining early in the year…. Read more »

Avoiding a Slip and Fall During an Indianapolis Winter

Winter weather can be brutal. Even though it is January, we have not seen the last of winter weather in Indianapolis. Slips and falls during the winter can cause severe injuries. Our Indianapolis slip and fall attorneys discuss ways you can avoid a slip and fall during winter weather and what you should do if… Read more »

Should I Hire an Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyer?

When someone is injured in an accident, hiring an Indianapolis personal injury lawyer may not seem important. In most cases, seeking medical treatment is the top priority. However, after you see a doctor and you receive medical treatment, you may begin to focus on the property damage and the financial losses related to the accident…. 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 »

Thanksgiving Safety Tips From Our Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyers

Are you traveling during the Thanksgiving Holiday or hosting a huge gathering at your home? Whether you plan to travel or stay at home, it is important to remember that you need to take steps to protect yourself and your family from injuries over the Thanksgiving weekend. Some of your favorite Thanksgiving traditions, such as… 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 »

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 »

Will I Need to Give a Deposition for My Indianapolis Car Accident Claim?

One of the things that many people worry about when they file a car accident claim is whether or not they must appear in court or give sworn testimony in a deposition. However, the majority of car accident claims settle without the necessity of filing a lawsuit. The parties can negotiate a fair settlement based… 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 »

Mistakes People Make After a Dog Attack or Dog Bite

When a dog bites you or your child, the steps that you take immediately after the incident can help your case or hurt your case for damages. It is crucial that you avoid making some of the common mistakes people do after a dog bite that decreases their chance of recovering full compensation for their… Read more »