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POSTED ON June 12, 2020
Nerve Damage Caused By Car Crashes
Whiplash, blunt force trauma, and deep skin lacerations sustained in a car crash can cause permanent nerve damage. When ...
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POSTED ON April 13, 2020
Injured in IndyGo?
IndyGo, the state’s largest public transportation system, is plagued with high accident rates and injury claims li ...
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POSTED ON January 16, 2020
What You Should Know About Indiana Dram Shop Law
Indiana dram shop law allows a person injured in an alcohol-related accident to file a civil suit for damages against[ ...
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POSTED ON December 11, 2019
What Medical Tests Should I Get After a Crash?
Medical records are vital evidence after a car crash. Seeking medical treatment and diagnosis for injuries immediately a ...
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POSTED ON September 12, 2019
Do You Have UIM Coverage in Indiana?
Uninsured motorist coverage is essential for ensuring drivers and their passengers are appropriately compensated when th ...
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POSTED ON April 19, 2019
These Drivers Top the List for Unsafe Driving Behaviors
Young millennials between the ages of 19-24 are most likely to engage in dangerous behaviors that increase their risk of ...
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POSTED ON July 20, 2018
New Laws Are Making Roads Safer in Indiana
For decades, non-fatal injuries and fatalities related to automobile accidents were on a downward trend in Indiana. Howe ...
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POSTED ON May 17, 2018
Injuries Aren’t Always Evident at the Scene of a Crash
After a crash, injuries such as lacerations, bruises, bumps, and fractures may be readily apparent with clear symptoms, ...
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POSTED ON February 20, 2018
What To Do When a Defective Car Part Causes an Accident
While driver error is the most common reason for car accidents, there are situations where a defective car part is[…] ...
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POSTED ON July 21, 2017
What Should You Do After a Car Accident?
After an accident, it’s normal for the adrenalin to take over, leaving you feeling scattered and overwhelmed. In order ...
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