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  • Sports Medicine Negligence

    Sports Medicine Negligence

    While it’s true we love to cheer on our sports here in Indiana, it’s always a frightening moment when an athlete suffers an in-game injury. When Indianapolis Pacers star Victor Oladipo suffered a gruesome ruptured quad tendon in 2018, attendees …

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  • Top Five Questions to Ask an Auto Accident Attorney

    Top Five Questions to Ask an Auto Accident Attorney

    The hours, days, and weeks following a car accident can be a difficult and frightening time. Not only is there the psychological toll, but bills for medical expenses and repairs can pile up quickly. If the accident was caused by …

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  • Why Does Someone File for Wrongful Death?

    Why Does Someone File for Wrongful Death?

    When the death of a spouse or loved one occurs due to negligence, the pain goes much deeper. Not only was a life cut tragically short, wrongful deaths can leave family members to deal with the emotional and financial ramifications …

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  • Chauffeur’s License and Requirements

    Chauffeur’s License and Requirements

    When we hear the word “chauffeur” it might conjure up images of a tuxedoed limo driver, shuttling celebrities to and from fancy night clubs or red carpet movie premieres. However, plenty of everyday people use limos to get to events …

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  • What is an ERISA Lien?

    What is an ERISA Lien?

    In a personal injury case, there are many steps involved before you finally obtain a settlement. You’re not only dealing with the negligent parties, but your insurance companies. These negotiations contribute to the length of the process. For example, your …

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  • Vehicle Mechanic Negligence and Indiana Law

    Vehicle Mechanic Negligence and Indiana Law

    When a professional mechanic is hired to repair a car they are taking on a legal responsibility. This is because after you have a mechanic repair your car,  you should be able to trust problems are solved and that you …

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  • Duty to Care and Premises Safety

    Duty to Care and Premises Safety

    When the public visits privately-owned property, there is still a requirement for reasonable safety and duty to care. Let’s look through some popular locations to see what elements of care owners, managers, and employees are required to provide. Concert and …

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  • Indiana Moped Laws

    Indiana Moped Laws

    In Indiana, a “motor driven cycle” refers to mopeds, motorized scooters, and motorized bicycles. These vehicles are described as Class B MDC’s. Motor driven cycles like mopeds are their own class of vehicle under Indiana roadway law. There are rules …

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