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The Basics of Personal Injury Fault and Negligence

After being involved in an accident, the first step to submitting a claim for compensation is determining the liable party or parties. The party that is deemed “at fault” for the accident is the party responsible for covering the subsequent … Continue reading

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Facts About Vicarious Liability Lawsuits

Have you ever borrowed a friend’s car? Or maybe you drove your parent’s vehicle as a teenager? Is so, vicarious liability played a role in terms of the law. Aside from driving another person’s vehicle, there are many other circumstances … Continue reading

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Is My Personal Injury Case Criminal or Civil?

Personal injury cases are highly complex since they involve the law. Such cases are made even more complex when accidents are so severe, they can lead to permanent losses or even wrongful deaths. This leads many to wonder whether or … Continue reading

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Seasonal Fire Safety Checklist for the Home

House fires are too common this time of year. With cooler temperatures upon us, more and more families are taking advantage of their fireplaces and outdoor fire pits. And with this increase in recreational fire use comes an increase in … Continue reading

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Can I Sue Someone for Harming My Credit Score?

In today’s economy, a person’s credit score is a significant asset. When good, they open people up to more opportunities and a better quality of life. But when poor, credit scores can cause people to struggle with various aspects of … Continue reading

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Legal Liability for Prescription Drug Overdoses

When a person overdoses on prescription drugs, there are many questions about who’s to blame for their residual complications or death. Families who are dealing with this unfortunate and common tragedy want to know if there is anyone that should … Continue reading

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Things to Consider Before Suing a Relative for a Personal Injury

Accidents can happen anywhere, and when they happen as a result of another’s negligence, someone should be held accountable for a victim’s damages and losses. But what if you or someone you love ends up seriously injured at a relative’s … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Claims – Part 2

In last week’s blog, we discussed some common personal injury questions concerning valid claims, compensation, cost of attorney, and more. Since there are many frequently asked questions about personal injury law, which we will discuss some more in this week’s … Continue reading

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A Brief Review of Indiana’s Personal Injury Laws

In terms of personal injury, Indiana has its own set of ordinances that surround the civil legal process and more. This includes time limits for filing lawsuits, government claims, compensation caps, liability, and more. Most of these basic personal injury … Continue reading

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Errors that May Waive a Counsel’s Right to Argue for Mistrial

If counsel fails to ask the trial court to rebuke a juror during trial, has counsel, for purposes of an appeal, waived any claim of error for a mistrial? The Indiana Court of Appeals says, yes. Recently, in Upham v. … Continue reading

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