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a motorcycle drives between two lanes

Is Lane Splitting Legal in Indiana? Lane splitting in Indiana is illegal. Under Ind. Code § 9-21-10-6, “a vehicle may not be driven or operated in a manner that deprives another vehicle of the full use of a traffic lane.” Lane splitting encroaches on the space of other drivers and…

Aggressive german shepherd barking at stranger.

There is no statewide leash law in Indiana. However, individual towns, cities, and counties have the authority to adopt their own leash laws. Many localities require pet owners to keep their dogs leashed in most outdoor settings, whether on private or public property. Exceptions include designated off-leash dog parks. Research…

Female driver asking for police report from car accident.

If you’ve been involved in a collision in Indiana, you can purchase a copy of your official accident report through the Indiana State Police’s repository or from the local police department that responded to the scene. For example, police reports filed by Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers can be purchased…

Wife mourning on his husband's death.

When someone else’s negligent or intentional actions cause the death of someone you love, the consequences often go beyond emotional distress and grief over the sudden and unexpected loss. In addition to losing a person you love, you might also lose a critical source of income, a partner who shares…

Woman driver interviewed by the police.

When injury accidents happen in Indiana, people involved often wonder, “Who determines which person was at fault for the crash?” Answering this question is even more critical when severe injuries, significant financial losses, and pain and suffering deserve accountability and compensation. So, does a police report say who was at…