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Helpful Advice From Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak

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

Challenges of Proving Fault in a Multi-Vehicle Crash

Being in a car accident can be a terrifying experience that may result in significant injuries, costly medical treatment and a long road to recovery, particularly if more than two vehicles were involved.   If you sustained one or more injuries in a multi-vehicle… Read More

Are Recorded Statements Required in Car Accident Claims?

If you were injured in a car accident, you may be required to give a recorded statement at some point in the claims process. However, we recommend that you talk to a licensed attorney first to determine if it is necessary to give such a statement and… Read More

How to Avoid Hurting Your Car Accident Claim

If you were injured in a car crash caused by a negligent driver, you may be able to recover compensation for the damages that you suffered, including property loss, medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. However, you need to watch what… Read More

How Indiana’s No Pay, No Play Statute Could Affect Your Car Insurance Claim

Indiana has the eighth-highest percentage of uninsured motorists in the nation, according to the Insurance Research Council. However, these drivers may not know this could hurt their chances of recovering certain kinds of compensation if they get injured… Read More

Five Super Bowl Party Safety Tips

Indiana officials are encouraging motorists to remain safe by driving sober and planning ahead prior to the festivities this Super Bowl Sunday. Last year, there were more than 700 auto accidents in Indiana on Super Bowl Sunday; about 45 percent of these… Read More

Christmas Holiday Weekend Could Be Deadliest in 6 Years

The National Safety Council released a report predicting that this holiday weekend will be the worst for traffic fatalities since 2009. Christmas weekend is among the deadliest times of the year for motorists, thanks to increased travelers and binge drinking. The… Read More

Avoiding Accidents This Holiday Season

With winter weather upon us, the opportunity for having an accident is increased with the introduction of snow and ice. Combined with increased travel for the holidays, being aware of the dangers of these slippery and cold conditions is incredibly important.… Read More

Trick Or Treating Safely This Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner. Spooky music, scary decorations, Jack-O-Lanterns, kids running around in costumes to collect candy. However, Halloween can be a dangerous holiday. With all of the kids out running around in costumes, the dangers for… Read More

Dog Bites Can Be More Than Just Painful

Every year there are close to 4.5 million people bitten by dogs in the United States. One-fifth of those bitten each year require medical attention, and half of those requiring medical attention are children. Dog bites can lead to infection which can… Read More