Category: Drunk Driving
Indianapolis drunk driving accident law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of drinking while driving accidents in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
A t-bone collision, also known as a side impact or angular collision, are among the most deadly and devastating accidents that can happen, and mainly take place at traffic intersections.
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The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported 10,874 deaths in 2017 caused by drunk driving crashes. Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) have a system to rate states according to their drunk driving statistics and state laws implemented. MADD has a 5-star rating method; the stars are allocated for, all-offender interlock law, sobriety checkpoints, license […]
Memorial Day kicks off our summer here in Indianapolis. Just like everywhere else in the country, we like to get outside with family and friends, fire up the grill, and commit to enjoying the day and all that it has on offer. With Memorial Day, however, comes increased driving dangers, especially with the Indianapolis 500 […]
Drunk drivers put everyone on the road at risk. Study after study has confirmed the dangers associated with drinking and driving, yet people continue to do so on a regular basis, as evidenced by the sheer number of drunk driving accidents that take place each year in the United States. Fortunately, if the intoxication of […]
If you have been involved in an accident caused by a drunk driver the person who supplied the intoxicated driver alcohol may be liable if they over-served the driver. The Indiana Dram Shop Act states that if a bar furnishes alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person then they could be liable, pursuant to statute, if […]
William W. Hurst Drunk Driving kills! Everyone knows that and as a society we have “cracked down” on drunk driving in the last 40 years. As a result less drunk driving accidents are happening and less senseless injuries and deaths are occurring but what about drugged driving? The National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) recently […]
By William Bill Hurst Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States. It’s a dry green and brown mix of stems, seeds and leaves dried from the hemp plant, cannibus sativa. It is generally smoked but can be mixed in food or brewed as tea. In its more diluted form, it is […]