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What is a mild brain injury?

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a mild brain injury in Indiana, you may be wondering exactly what this means. The term "mild" often confuses people. The Brain Injury Association of America notes that "mild" does not refer to the effects the injury has. Mild brain injuries can cause severe side effects and damage to the brain. The word "mild" refers only to how the injury occurred originally.

Accident liability for borrowed cars

When a person loans their vehicle willingly to another driver in Indiana, the car insurance usually follows the vehicle. This means, according to Esurance, that should someone borrow a car and get into an accident, it is the car owner’s insurance that will pay. However, as with any situation, things are not always that cut and dry. There are some other circumstances that could alter the liability in an accident.

Is a truck owner responsible for a driver’s accident?

If you have been involved in an accident with a commercial truck in Indiana, you may be wondering if you will be dealing with the driver or the company that owns the truck. Whether the truck owner is responsible in part or in whole for the accident, depends on the circumstances.

The psychological damage of a spinal cord injury

You will likely never forget the expressions on your loved ones' faces when they stepped into your hospital room and saw you for the first time after your accident. You could see in their faces that they had already begun to think of you differently, and you may have worried that they now saw you as a patient instead of the vibrant and vital part of their lives you once were.

Common injuries that motorcyclists may experience

Indiana motorcyclists have a great state to ride through with plenty of scenic views, open roads, and great weather to enjoy. But unfortunately, if a time comes when that motorcyclist gets into an accident with another vehicle on the road, they'll likely be the ones walking away with worse injuries.

How to handle a dog bite incident

A dog bite incident can occur at any time in Indiana to anyone. It may involve a wild dog or someone’s family pet. At Gardner & Rans PC, we see victims of all ages and situations of all types. Not every dog must be provoked to attack. If a dog is known to be aggressive, it could attack if you just walk by it. If an attack occurs, you should seek medical attention immediately and the proper authorities need to be contacted.

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