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Who May Be Liable for an Accident Involving a Delivery Truck?

Delivery trucks have been around a long time, but today they are being used more than ever. From groceries and household items to clothing and furniture, often the added convenience of a home delivery outweighs the added cost. Whether the driver is operating… Read More

Establishing Liability in a Drowsy Driving Lawsuit

People who get behind the wheel and drive while fatigued are one of the leading causes of serious car accidents in the U.S. today. Thousands of people are injured or killed due to drowsy driving accidents each year. However, because there is no method… Read More

Who is at Fault for a Merging Accident in Indiana?

When making a lane change or merging into traffic, drivers owe other motorists a duty of care to do so safely. Drivers who commit moving violations or other types of negligence while changing lanes may be held liable for any damages they cause. However,… Read More

How Do I Recover Damages if I Am Hit by a School Bus Driver?

School buses and buses in general are statistically, one of the safest modes of transportation. However, when a collision involving a bus does happen, the damages are often significant. Pfeifer, Morgan and Stesiak discuss who may be liable in this type… Read More

Is Compensation Available After a Crash in a Leased Vehicle?

Leasing a vehicle has many benefits. You can drive a newer vehicle without the financial responsibility of owning a brand new vehicle. Yet, there are some unique things to be aware of when you drive a leased vehicle. It is important to know the impact… Read More

What is the Burden of Proof in a Personal Injury Case?

In a personal injury claim, courts and insurance companies do not look to the party who is allegedly at fault to prove they are not. It is up to the victim to establish another party is at fault for his or her injury, and the injury was the result of… Read More

Why Your Auto Insurance Claim May be Denied After a Crash

You may think there is no good reason for your car crash insurance claim to be denied. However, insurance companies routinely deny claims that most would think would be approved with no issues. The fact of the matter is insurance companies are looking… Read More

Can a Pedestrian Be At Fault for Causing an Accident With a Car?

People operating a car are expected to always be alert for pedestrians, but in accidents where a pedestrian is hit by a car, is it always the driver’s fault? Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak discuss pedestrian versus motor vehicle crashes, including who may… Read More

Can I Pursue Compensation for Injuries Sustained in a City Bus Accident?

If you suffer injuries in an accident involving a city bus, you may wonder whether you will be able to pursue compensation for medical costs, lost wages and other damages. The answer is, as for most accidents, maybe. It is not enough simply for the driver… Read More

What Does ‘No Upfront Fees’ Mean?

At Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak, we do not charge clients any costs or fees unless we first recover compensation for you. This means that you can speak with one of our experienced lawyers about your claim at no risk to you. If we take your case, there is… Read More