The Injury Blog
If you have been injured in an accident you likely will have lots of questions. Here you will find articles on topics that cover many of the most common questions we get from our injured clients and their families. Of course, if you have been injured we encourage you to call our personal injury team immediately so we can help guide you to the best possible outcome in your case.
We all want our children to be safe and loved when we’re away from them. Unfortunately, some daycare injuries and daycare deaths occur in Indiana.
Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney can be overwhelming. Don’t just pick one from the TV or the internet. Know what to look for. Here are a few tips to help.
Winter weather in Indiana can be unpredictable. So can the driving of those around you on the road during a winter storm. Here are a few cold weather driving tips to get you through the season.
Were you injured badly because one of your airbags failed to properly deploy? Assume you were involved in a one-car accident that was your own fault. Also, assume that your airbags failed to deploy resulting in permanent injuries and disfigurement. You might assume...
Did you know that electric shock injuries can lead to things such as deteriorating memory and behavioral personality changes? Call Garrison Law Firm Today!
When clients hire us for personal injury cases, they almost always think they are immediately in a lawsuit. This is not true! It is almost always to a client’s advantage to attempt settlement with the insurance company before filing suit. Here are a few reasons why.
Just because you’ve hired a personal injury attorney doesn’t mean you’re immediately in a lawsuit. Many injury cases never result in a lawsuit. However, it may be necessary. We’ll walk you through the process and help you understand how this works for your case.
The phrase “pedestrians have the right-of-way can be a bit misleading. In pedestrian versus vehicle accidents, there are times when the pedestrian might be partially at fault.
Did you know that more than one party can be at fault in a personal injury claim? Comparative fault allows juries to asses fault between parties and reduce the injured person’s damages by his or her percentage of fault.