Month: October 2019

car accident lawsuit

There are over 6 million car accidents every year. Many of these car accidents turn into lawsuits further down the road. But even a few simple mistakes can ruin your car accident lawsuit. We’ve put together this guide to help you know what you should and shouldn’t do during your case. 1….

Man on motorcycle got hit by a car.

Indiana’s traffic fatality rate is 13 in 100,000 as of 2017. A greater percentage of fatalities occurred in non-urban areas, potentially due to higher speed limits. Unsurprisingly, the risk for fatality increases for younger drivers, drivers and passengers not using seat belts, drivers exceeding the speed limit, and motorcyclists. Although Indiana is…

Terrified driver on the car accident he's involved in.

The odds that you will get into a car accident over the course of your driving life are very high. As Forbes reports, the average American driver should actually expect to get into at least once accident every 18 years. While many accidents are minor “fender benders,” the reality is that many…

Indiana dog bite law

The Indiana State Board of Animal Health requires that all animal attacks or dog bites be fully investigated. This investigation must include the circumstances surrounding the bite, the rabies vaccination records of the animal, and the animal’s owner. However, you do not necessarily need to report the bite directly to the Board of…

A bad car accident in Fort Wayne

Being involved in a car accident is never easy, but when you’ve been injured, the difficulties mount. In addition to dealing with vehicle repairs, you may also be facing mounting medical bills and time off work. In the case of head injuries, in particular, you may be unaware of the injuries at…

Driver fastening his seatbelt for safety.

When a vehicle traveling at even a slow speed comes to an immediate, complete stop as in a car accident, it can send occupants flying forward, toss them about the cabin or, in the worst cases, eject them from the vehicle. For this reason, it is vitally important for people…