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Common Airbag Injuries and Steps You Can Take to Avoid Them

Airbags are designed to quickly deploy in a crash to protect your head and upper body from hitting the steering wheel or dashboard. In many cases, these devices not only prevent injury, but also save lives. From 1987 to 2012, air bags have saved 39,976… Read More

Steps to Take After Being the Victim of an Indiana Hit and Run Accident

Victims of hit and run accidents have every right to be angry. They have been injured through no fault of their own, and the driver who caused the crash is attempting to avoid responsibility for his or her actions by driving away. However, allowing your… Read More

Tips for Success with Personal Injury Claims for Whiplash

If you were involved in an accident, particularly a rear-end car accident, there is a good chance you have whiplash. This soft-tissue injury occurs when the muscles and tendons in the neck are extended and contracted in quick succession, almost like… Read More

Federal and State Authorities Promoting Distracted Driving Awareness This Month

Every day, more than eight people die and 1,161 suffer injuries in accidents caused by a distracted driver, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.    Distracted driving causes thousands of car accident deaths per year and hundreds… Read More

Tips to Preventing Car Accidents on Busy Highways in Indiana

With eight people dying in accidents on U.S. 20 in recent months, officers from the La Porte County Sheriff's Department have declared this highway to be the most dangerous roadway in the county. Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak's auto accident lawyers in South… Read More

Indiana Ranked 43rd in US for Problems Involving Drunk Driving

Indiana residents and law enforcement have work to do to reduce drunk driving on our state's roads, but a new study shows that The Hoosier State has less of a problem with driving under the influence (DUI) than a lot of other states. Indiana was ranked… Read More

Police Increasing Patrols, Sobriety Checkpoints to Prevent Drunk Driving This Month

St. Patrick's Day and the March Madness college basketball tournament are coming up in a just a couple of weeks. The events are cause for celebration for many, which leads to an increase in drunk driving accidents throughout the month. There were 495… Read More

Survey Finds a Majority of Drivers Text and Drive, Speed and Run Red Lights

Risky behaviors like texting and driving, speeding and red-light running are not limited to young drivers. More than two thirds of drivers in six different age groups, ranging from 16 to 18-years-old and 75 years or older, engaged in these behaviors… Read More

Estimates Say Traffic Deaths Increased by Six Percent in 2016

The National Safety Council (NSC) estimates that there were 40,000 traffic fatalities last year, a six percent increase over traffic deaths in 2015. This makes 2016 the deadliest year on our nation's roads since 2007. Fatal auto accidents caused by driver… Read More

Traffic Accident Fatalities Spiked in First Nine Months of 2016

Deaths from traffic accidents increased by eight percent in the first nine months of 2016 compared to the same period the year before, according to estimates released last month by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). There were… Read More