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How Do Rideshare Accident Lawsuits Work in Indiana?

July 15, 2019

How Do Rideshare Accident Lawsuits Work in Indiana? Rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft have become some of the most successful transportation companies in urban cities. Whether you’re trying to get to the airport and don’t want to pay for expensive parking or you’re trying to enjoy a night on the town with friends …

Indianapolis Electric Scooter Injuries: Can I Sue?

July 4, 2019

Indianapolis Electric Scooter Injuries: Can I Sue? Electric scooters have become an increasingly popular mode of transportation in urban areas around the country. Indianapolis has seen around 3,000 electric scooters enter the streets within the last year and it’s likely that more will be coming soon. Although these scooters are a fun and convenient way …

Questions to Ask Your Lawyer Before Your Injury Lawsuit Goes to Court

April 30, 2019

Questions to Ask Your Lawyer Before Your Injury Lawsuit Goes to Court If you’ve been injured in an accident due to the negligent actions of someone else, you’re probably ready to begin the claims process. In order to hold the liable parties accountable and receive full compensation for the losses you’ve endured, you’ll want to …

What if I’m Partially at Fault for My Slip-and-Fall Accident?

April 30, 2019

What if I’m Partially at Fault for My Slip-and-Fall Accident? Slip-and-fall accidents can result in severe and sometimes life-altering injuries. Broken bones, spinal damage, and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can all cause injured victims to be out of work for extended periods without a reliable source of income. During the healing process, medical bills will …

What to Do After Being Injured on the Job in Indiana

April 30, 2019

What to Do After Being Injured on the Job in Indiana When you’re at work, you likely don’t expect a major on-the-job injury. You were just doing your job when the accident happened, and now you’re hurt and unable to work. Unfortunately, you may be unsure what to do after being injured on the job …

Back Pain After a Car Accident What to Do

Back Pain After a Car Accident: What to Do

April 16, 2019

Back Pain After a Car Accident: What to Do When you’re involved in a car accident, you might feel fine, at first. You’re a little sore, and your car is damaged, but you’re otherwise OK. At least, you feel fine until your back begins to ache within a few days of the accident. If you …

Who’s Liable for My Injuries in a Bus Accident?

March 25, 2019

Who’s Liable for My Injuries in a Bus Accident? Public transit is a great way to get around most cities without worrying about traffic or parking. Unfortunately, it doesn’t mean that you’re exempt from an accident. Buses crash as well, and these wrecks can be devastating. Who’s liable for your injuries in a bus accident? …

How to Appeal a Workers Comp Denial in Indiana

How to Appeal a Workers Comp Denial in Indiana

February 19, 2019

How to Appeal a Workers Comp Denial in Indiana A serious on-the-job injury can means weeks or even months of recovery. During that time, you’re likely unable to work, and the costs of your medical expenses alone can feel insurmountable. Thankfully, you have workers compensation, and it should cover your accident-related costs, right? You might …

How to Prove Fault in a Car Accident

January 4, 2019

How to Prove Fault in a Car Accident When you’re struck by another driver, you’ll need funds to recover from your injuries and compensate any lost income while you were out of work. Unfortunately, the other driver might not be so willing to settle with you. They might even take it a step further and …

What Is an Attractive Nuisance Under Indiana State Law?

What Is an Attractive Nuisance Under Indiana State Law?

July 30, 2018

What Is an Attractive Nuisance Under Indiana State Law? The attractive nuisance doctrine is a law that holds property owners accountable for injuries inflicted upon children if a dangerous object or hazardous land condition attracts the child to the property in the first place. While this law does not extend to those who are able …