Personal Liability Information
If you suffered a personal injury that was caused by another person's careless or intentional actions, this individual could be held liable for your injury under the theory of negligence.
The theory of negligence has four elements that you and your… Read More
If you are thinking about filing a personal injury lawsuit, you probably have many questions about these types of claims.
Below, Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak provides detailed answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about these types of lawsuits.… Read More
Indiana has several statutes of limitations that set deadlines for filing different types of personal injury claims, from wrongful death and medical malpractice claims to product liability and car accident cases.
If the deadline for your particular claim… Read More
When you file an Indiana personal injury claim, the burden of proof is on you. If you want to recover compensation, you have to prove that the defendant is liable for your injuries and the damages caused by those injuries.
You need to collect as much… Read More
If you were involved in an accident and suffered a severe injury, you may feel overwhelmed and confused about what to do next. You may be wondering if you can file a lawsuit, but are unsure if you have a case.
That is why you should consider contacting… Read More
According to a new report by the National Safety Council (NSC), the number of U.S. accidental deaths has risen to a record high, with drug overdoses and falls as leading causes.
In 2014, there were 136,053 preventable injuries or accidents, which represents… Read More
If you’ve been in a car accident, there can be a lot of concerns and things to take care of, even if you weren’t seriously hurt (or didn’t seem to be). Also, you may find yourself with heightened nerves, and not thinking straight. The event of a car accident… Read More
According to USLegal.com, Medical Malpractice is defined as:
"[T]he failure of a medical professional to follow the accepted standards of practice of his or her profession, resulting in harm to the patient."
This means that a case constitutes medical… Read More