Category: Car Accidents

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…

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…

Problematic drivers calling police to report accident in the road.

After a car accident, most people turn to their car insurance or the liability insurance of the other driver to help them pay for car repairs and medical bills. If the accident was someone else’s fault, then you would file a claim against the other driver’s insurance auto liability coverage….

Young driver injured in car crash suffering from tmj and has jaw pain.

The violent impact of a car crash puts tremendous stress on your body, including your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. These soft tissue injuries are sometimes difficult to detect, but they can be just as painful as more obvious injuries. One of the most commonly overlooked types of car accident injuries…

Motorcycle going through a red light due to Indiana's red dead law.

Motorists in Indiana must come to a full stop at a red light in Indiana. Many intersections have sensors embedded in roadways to determine when the traffic lights should change. Many of the sensors work by detecting the weight of vehicles on the road. However, motorcycles, mopeds, and bicycles may…