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When Personal Fitness Becomes Personal Injury

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

Who's Responsible For Pot Hole Damage?

Time and again, particularly in states that experience a full four seasons, potholes are cited as a major cause of traffic accidents, and the ensuing injuries and damage to cars. Drivers in Indiana are particularly aware of the long-term wear and tear… Read More

Who's Liable For An Allergic Reaction To Food?

Food allergy sufferers understand just how difficult it is to eat away from home. You must trust the food preparer to keep the allergens away from your meal. Sometimes, eating out is like playing Russian Roulette with your allergy. Will this meal land… Read More

What To Do and Expect in Court

In the course of your personal injury law suit, you may end up going to court multiple times. For many, this can be an intimidating experience, because of their lack of familiarity with the legal system and its conventions. Here are some tips for any… Read More

Just Received A Class Action Notice? Here's What To Do Next

So, you’ve received a notice in the mail stating that you may be a affected by an upcoming class action lawsuit or could benefit from a settlement negotiation that is already in progress. What do you do? 1. Don’t just chuck the notice in the junk mail… Read More

What About Psychological Trauma after an Accident?

So, you've suffered an injury due to an accident that was someone else's fault. You think you may have a case to sue them for your medical expenses and property damage, but there's more to it than that. Even after you seem to have recovered from your… Read More

Small Claims Court?

Not every case results in a multi-million dollar jury trial. Most accidents always fatal or disabling, and don’t merit that kind of legal action. When the damage is mild and long term effects are not a factor, small claims court may be the best place… Read More

What To Ask Your Lawyer

When you're meeting with a South Bend personal injury lawyer for the first time, you're still in the exploratory phase of the case, and it's important to find out as much as you can about your lawyer and your case as they see it. He or she will also ask… Read More

What You Should Know About Motorcycle Accidents

There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the question of “who’s at fault” and “what is legal” when it comes to motorcycle accidents. Fortunately, the Indiana motorcycle laws are clear on liability and legality in most cases, and it's important… Read More

Some Food For Thought While They Apply The Cast

If you've been injured in a slip and fall, you may be entitled to damages for your injuries, and for income you were unable to earn because you could not go to work after your injury. However simple a slip-and-fall case may seem on the surface, they often… Read More