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I Tripped On Boxes and Pallets in a Store Aisle. Can I Sue?

Until you have tripped over one, you probably never spent much (if any) time considering the pallet, a flat structure, usually used to stack, store, and transport goods. Most pallets are made of wood; when full, they are heavy, and approximately 400 million of them are produced in the U.S. each year.   Most people are… Read more »

What is Burden of Proof in Personal Injury Cases?

What is Burden of Proof in Personal Injury Cases?

When you are involved in an accident, there are likely many questions and concerns that will cross your mind. In the moment, most victims are primarily concerned for their safety and wellbeing and will want to contact the authorities to get the help and medical attention they need. However, after the accident and the injuries… Read more »

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What Security Is Your Landlord Responsible For?

What you’ll learn from reading this article: Your Indiana landlord’s responsibility for your safety The definition of “negligent security” Examples of negligent security The definition of “reasonably foreseeable” Your landlord can’t possibly know about every single thing that is going to happen on the property, nor can he or she be held responsible for happenings… Read more »

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Slip and Fall Accidents: What Happens When Multiple Parties are Responsible?

What you’ll learn reading this article: Sometimes, what seems like a straightforward slip and fall accident may actually involve multiple parties because of the location and contributing factors involved.  When multiple parties are involved in a slip and fall accident, it can be especially helpful to have an experienced slip and fall accident attorney on… Read more »