When it comes to determining liability in motor vehicle wrecks
, Indiana is a comparative negligent state. This means that as long as you are no more than 50 percent responsible for your crash, you may still be able to seek compensation for your medical… Read Full Post
Few feelings can be more gutting than learning that the driver who just hit you doesn't have car insurance. When your vehicle is damaged, and you and your passengers are injured, the news that the other motorist is uninsured can be yet another burden during a difficult time.
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Indiana's Distracted Driving Law makes it illegal for drivers to type, send, or read text messages and emails, even if you're stopped at a traffic light or stop sign. It also prohibits drivers under the age of 18 from using a cell phone under any circumstances, including… Read Full Post
If you were in a car accident
where the other driver obviously erred, you may feel like you don't need to hire an attorney. While you don't have to, not retaining a lawyer could leave you vulnerable to the other driver's lawyer or your own insurance company.
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Everyone knows that texting and driving
is dangerous. It kills more than 3,500 people per year in the United States and injures about 400,000 more. The federal government, numerous state and local governments, and many companies have… Read Full Post
Adults need between seven and nine hours of sleep for each 24 hour period. Failure to get adequate sleep
increases risks for emotional duress, mental fatigue, memory and concentration problems,… Read Full Post