Texting While Driving By William Bill Hurst -Your Indiana Accident Lawyers   Federal According to the US Department of Transportation, at least 3,092 people were killed in distraction-affected crashes in 2010– accounting for approximately one in every ten fatalities on the nation’s roadways. Currently there are no federal laws in place banning cell phone use,…

Attorney William Bill Hurst Has Been Again Listed in “Best Lawyers In America” 2012 and Named an Indiana “Super Lawyer” by the Indianapolis Monthly for the 8th Consecutive Time The law firm of Mitchell Hurst Dick and McNelis, LLC is pleased to announce that William Bill Hurst has been named to the Indiana Super Lawyers…

Have you or a loved one been involved in a work-related incident – discrimination, harassment, or employer retaliation? Contact an employment attorney in Indiana at the Law Offices of William “Bill” Hurst at (800)636-0808 for a free consultation and case evaluation, or visit our website at http://www.billhurst.com. ¡Hablamos Español!   Your employment attorneys at the…

What Happens to a Personal Injury Claim in Indiana When the Plaintiff Dies from an Unrelated Cause? William Bill Hurst – Your Indiana Lawyer   The Accident Circumstances Imagine you have just survived a harrowing car accident; you were sitting at a stop light when out of nowhere a drunken teenager driving an SUV came…

By William “Bill” Hurst   I.  Contingency Fees I have represented individuals seriously injured in personal injury accidents for over 35 years.  We have a guarantee in our office that those people we represent do not have to pay us a fee if we do not recover for them.  This is known as a “contingency…

Can an Attorney Prevent the Undocumented Status of the Plaintiff or Defendant From Being Admitted Into Evidence In a Personal Injury Case? William Bill Hurst -Your Indiana Lawyers             We are preparing for trial in a case where our client is a Mexican citizen and has been undocumented in the United States for two or…