Bodily Injury Articles & Advice
Early Monday morning, a pedestrian was critically injured in a hit-and-run accident on Portage Road in South Bend.
According to police, the victim was wearing a reflective vest and walking on Portage Road around 7 a.m. when he was hit by a northbound… Read More
On May 18th, people around the world participated in the Ride of Silence. This international event honors cyclists who have been killed in the previous year by distracted or careless drivers.
Dozens of cyclists in Goshen, Indiana rode in silence for… Read More
Pedestrians in the U.S. are at an increased risk of being killed in an automobile versus pedestrian accident. The total number of fatal pedestrian accidents has increased in the U.S., climbing 10 percent in 2015, compared to 2014 totals.
According to… Read More
With summer finally here, people are heading outside and lighting up their grills, enjoying the experience of cooking in the great outdoors. Grilling does pose some dangers, though. According to NFPA, an average of 8,800 home fires were caused by grilling… Read More
When you’ve been hurt on someone else’s property through their fault or negligence, it’s important that you establish someone else’s liability for the injury, or else you will not have much chance of winning in a personal injury case.
Some cases are… Read More
The Law in Indiana is structured so that someone who has been injured in the course of their work is entitled to some recompense.
In most cases, these injuries are handled by the Worker's Compensation Board of Indiana. Often we are asked if it's possible… Read More
With the “Honey-Do” list in hand, the head of the household embarks every Saturday morning on a project that, if successful, will increase the value of the family home. In many cases, the unfortunate result is an even bigger mess than the original project.… Read More
Kids get hurt in team sports, as do adult players. This is an unavoidable fact, and a risk that many are willing to take. Most injuries are a direct result of the sport, and are not cause for a personal injury suit. However, some injuries are outside… Read More
Warmer weather in Indiana brings out the bicyclers, walkers, runners and others who seek to achieve physical fitness. Unfortunately, with all of this much-needed activity comes some risk. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated that… Read More
Late winter and early spring on Northern Indiana’s highways offer more than a roadside view of thawing snow. Commuters often complain about the dangerous pits, pocks, holes and craters in the road during that time of year.
In fact, these potholes are… Read More