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Vehicle and Pedestrian Accidents: What You Need to Know

Vehicle and Pedestrian Accidents: What You Need to Know

When a vehicle hits a pedestrian, the pedestrian usually ends up with more significant injuries than the driver of the vehicle. Laws tend to protect the pedestrian, and that makes sense. For an unprotected human being, a vehicle is akin to a guided missile. Pedestrian...
Why Insurance Resists Paying Car Accident Claims

Why Insurance Resists Paying Car Accident Claims

The most common form of personal injury cases is automobile accidents. It is hard to write about specific cases because they are rarely unique in the mechanism of the accident. People get rear-ended at stoplights and stop signs. They get T-boned when someone...
A Horrific Interstate Accident and a $1.8M Settlement

A Horrific Interstate Accident and a $1.8M Settlement

Early one morning, a tow truck operator was heading down Indiana interstate I-69 just south of Hamilton Town Center on a call for a broken-down box truck sitting on the right-side berm. He pulled in front of the box truck with his emergency lights flashing in the...
Restaurant Trip and Fall

Restaurant Trip and Fall

A business owner has a duty to make the public areas of their property reasonably safe. However, trip and fall cases are fraught with traps for the unwary. Things like: failure to report the incident; failure to get the names and contact information of...
The Complexity of Intersection T-Bone Car Accidents

The Complexity of Intersection T-Bone Car Accidents

If you have driven by the scene of significant impact intersection T-bone car accidents, then you know what a mess it leaves on the roadway. Many times, that messy appearance spills over into the litigation over who was at fault and whether the injuries claimed...