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  • Birth Injury from Vacuum Extraction

    Birth Injury from Vacuum Extraction

    During childbirth, doctors and other care providers should know many ways to assist both mother and child if something starts to go wrong. One of these methods is a vacuum-assisted delivery, or vacuum extraction. This procedure may be recommended to …

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  • What Trucks Need USDOT Numbers, and Why?

    What Trucks Need USDOT Numbers, and Why?

    The US Department of Transportation (USDOT) was established with the mission to ensure our nation has safe, modern, and efficient transport systems, from highways to railroads to public transit. This includes an agency called the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration …

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  • What To Do After a Semi Truck Accident

    What To Do After a Semi Truck Accident

    When a passenger car is in a semi accident, the experience is confusing and complex. Not only is your vehicle damaged, you or a loved one may be injured, and things are happening so quickly while police, paramedics, and even …

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  • Indiana Roundabout Laws and Etiquette

    Indiana Roundabout Laws and Etiquette

    According to data from the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), roundabouts mean 90% less fatalities and a 76% drop in injury crashes versus a traditional four-way stop. In fact, as of 2016, 256 roundabouts had already been installed throughout the …

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  • Suing for Damages for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Suing for Damages for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) was recognized as a mental condition by the American Psychiatric Association in 1980, but it’s been around for a very long time. Dating back to 1915 this condition was called Shell Shock or Battle Neurosis …

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  • Expanded Recall of Cancer-Causing Heartburn Meds Including Zantac

    Expanded Recall of Cancer-Causing Heartburn Meds Including Zantac

    On April 1, 2020, the US Food & Drug Administration announced that manufacturers should pull all prescription and over-the-counter drugs containing the active ingredient ranitidine from the market. This move follows their finding in September of 2019 that ranitidine, the …

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  • COVID-19 Order Leads to Fewer Indiana Traffic Accidents

    COVID-19 Order Leads to Fewer Indiana Traffic Accidents

    On April 6 2020, Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb extended our state’s stay-at-home order through Monday, April 20. Since the original order was issued on March 23, this will mark almost a full month that Hoosiers have been sheltering in …

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  • 5 Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Attorney

    5 Questions to Ask a Personal Injury Attorney

    People contact an injury attorney when they or a loved one have been harmed because of another party’s negligence. This negligence might affect someone through a car accident, a case of medical negligence, a defective product, or a property that …

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