Category: Bicycle Accidents
Indianapolis bicycle accident law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of cycling and bike riding in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
Weather is a major contributor to car accidents. Whether it’s rain, sleet, ice, snow, fog, or some other condition, an estimated 1.2 million car accidents a year are caused by weather. Wet pavement and rain are the two most common weather-related causes of rain. Accidents caused by weather raise an interesting legal problem. Who is […]
Car accidents happen every day. Every year, there are over 6 million car accidents in the US and some estimates hold that 3 out of every 4 drivers have experienced an accident at some point in their lives. How likely is it that you will get into an accident? It depends on the exact location […]
A chain-reaction car accident is a car accident that involves 3 or more cars that collide with each other in a chain of interactions that stem from the first collision of cars. A chain reaction accident is just what it sounds like: a single instance causes a multi-car accident. Pileups on highways are a good […]
So, when you choose to seek damages for a personal injury case, how soon can you expect your case to be settled or taken to trial?
Dealing with injuries after a car, truck or motorcycle accident can be a nightmare — from the injuries themselves to insurance and potential lawsuits. So why choose Hurst Limontes LLC as your personal injury lawyers in Indiana? Often, for other attorneys and law offices in the Indianapolis area, handling personal injury cases following accidents can […]
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In cities like Indianapolis, biking in the downtown area is often a faster and cheaper way to travel than driving a car. Places for Bikes ranked Indianapolis #52 out of 484 cities, for best place for biking. The ranking system considers factors like traffic injury statistics, details on bike commuting, bike specific infrastructure investments, etc. With the […]
If you take a stroll along the Cultural Trail downtown and throw a stone, odds are you’re going to hit a bicyclist. That’s because cyclists are seemingly everywhere in Indianapolis now—especially in population dense areas like Broad Ripple and downtown. But it hasn’t always been this way—Indy has historically lagged behind other comparable cities in […]
A few quick notes of frustration relating to this topic before we begin – “Share the Road” signs are counterproductive. Indiana really needs to clarify whether a motorist can use the opposite lane to pass a cyclist when there’s a double yellow. Sharrows are not bike lane indicators, they’re to let you know bikes exist, […]