Social media can be a great platform to express yourself and share details of your life with family and friends. However, if you have just been injured in an accident and are actively pursuing compensation for damages, you may want to be careful with… Read More
If you suffered a personal injury that was caused by another person's careless or intentional actions, this individual could be held liable for your injury under the theory of negligence.
The theory of negligence has four elements that you and your South… Read More
In a personal injury claim, comparative fault means that a claimant can be held partially liable for his or her injuries. This means that the claimant's negligence, or lack of reasonable care, contributed in some way to his or her injuries.
For instance,… Read More
The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the state is not liable for damages in the case of the 2011 state fair stage collapse which resulted in seven deaths and injured nearly 100 people.
High winds caused the stage to collapse at the 2011 Indiana State… Read More
If you’ve been in a car accident, there can be a lot of concerns and things to take care of, even if you weren’t seriously hurt (or didn’t seem to be). Also, you may find yourself with heightened nerves, and not thinking straight. The event of a car accident… Read More
When you've been injured in the State of Indiana, in nearly any case, you can legally open a civil suit against the person or persons you feel are responsible for the accident. A judge will determine whether or not there is sufficient evidence to proceed… Read More
Usually, personal injury attorneys will work directly with the plaintiff in a personal injury or medical malpractice suit, though there are often cases where a lot of help from family members or friends is needed, because of the extent of the injuries.… Read More
You may have an idea of how a legal proceeding should go when you pursue a personal injury lawsuit in Indiana, but chances are, you've probably got a few of the details wrong.
The culprit, as is the case for many common misconceptions, is most often… Read More
In Indiana, and in fact in any state, the onus is on the plaintiff and their attorneys to establish the liability of a second party in their injury, wrongful death, or malpractice case. In a jury trial, the plaintiff must convince the jury, using evidence… Read More
Personal injury law in Indiana exists to make the victim financially whole again after an accident. The injured person has a legal right to recover economic and noneconomic expenses like medical bills, lost income from inability to work and loss of use… Read More