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What Indiana’s New Hands-Free Law Mean for Drivers

Indiana joined 24 other U.S. states when they implemented a new hands-free driving law. However, another state law that was introduced back in 2011 already bans motorists from texting while driving. How is this law different? Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak… Read More

Will an Error on My Police Report Hurt My Car Crash Claim?

If the police report from your car crash wrongly reports that you caused the accident, or has other types of mistakes, then yes, it could damage your claim. At Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak, we discuss some of the most common errors that we find on police… Read More

How Are Damages Recovered After an Indiana Crash Involving a Police Car?

Car accidents involving a police vehicle are handled differently since these vehicles are government-owned. If a driver or pedestrian is hit and injured by a police car, he or she may assume that the police have some immunity. However, under Indiana’s… Read More

Can I Sue After an Indiana Crash if the At-Fault Driver Borrowed the Car?

What happens if you get into a car crash only to find out the at-fault driver was operating a borrowed car? Who do you pursue to recover compensation for your injuries and other damages? Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak explain how you may be able to pursue… Read More

Do I Pay My Doctor’s Bills While Waiting for My Claim to Settle?

In short, the answer is yes, even though someone else’s careless actions may have led to your injuries, you are responsible for handling your medical bills. However, there are multiple options that may help make the costs more affordable while waiting… Read More

Who is Liable If You Swerve From One Driver and Hit Another?

You may be a responsible driver, but sometimes accidents happen anyway. Who is liable if a driver suddenly swerves into your lane of traffic and you hit another car while trying to avoid a crash? This is a tricky type of motor vehicle collision, because… Read More

Filing a Lawsuit When Mechanical Failure Contributed to the Accident

Could a mechanical failure be a contributing factor in your car accident? In short, yes. According to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report, thousands of accidents caused by tire blowouts and other vehicle-related issues still… Read More

Why Immediate Treatment of a Car Crash Brain Injury is Critical

When someone sustains a head injury in a car crash, it is in his or her best interest to seek medical help immediately. Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and serious concussions are among the most common types of car accident injuries. According to the… Read More

How COVID-19 is Affecting the Trucking Industry

In an attempt to adapt to changing needs, including those brought about by the novel coronavirus, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has modified certain federal regulations that impact truckers and, potentially, the safety of all… Read More

Can I File a Damages Lawsuit For A Road Rage Accident?

Road rage is on the rise across the country, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In fact, as much as 33 percent of car accidents are the result of aggressive driving behaviors and road rage. Additionally. a report… Read More