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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…

what to do after a car accident

A car accident is stressful enough, with injuries to recover from, bills to pay, and potentially the loss of use of your vehicle. When that accident occurs on private property, your situation may be even more difficult due to differences between public and private roadway auto accidents. In accidents occurring on…

sore after a car accident

Approximately 3 million Americans a year are injured in car accidents. Injuries can range from minor bruises and scrapes on up to devastating head trauma or other injuries that leave the victim disabled for life. It’s common for people to walk away from a car accident mistakenly believing they were not injured….

Statute of limitation book with gavel on the side.

Before you file any type of lawsuit in Indiana, you need to know about the statute of limitations that applies to your case. The statute of limitations is a limit on the amount of time that can pass before the right to pursue an action is barred. Criminal cases have a statute…

Indiana dog bite law

Dogs are usually considered great, friendly and playful family pets. Occasionally, dog bite injuries happen. Pet owners are generally responsible for controlling their pet, and suitably training and restraining them to avoid injury to the public. Failure to do this is illegal in many states and unfortunately, the owner may…

Map focusing on Indiana State.

Indiana has a tort-based, or “fault,” system of auto insurance liability. In this system, each driver is responsible for his or her own actions. So, if you are injured in a car accident in Indiana, you need to establish who is to blame for the collision. Your ability to recover compensation for…