Category: Distracted Driver
Indianapolis, Indiana distracted driver accident law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of automobile accidents in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
Everyday hundreds of people are struck by a vehicle as they’re crossing the street or walking in it. Some in the crosswalk with the walk sign, other in it without the walk sign, and some outside of the crosswalk.
The topic of firearms ownership, especially handguns, can be a thorny issue to address in today’s polarized political climate. No matter what side of the aisle you fall on, most if not all Hoosiers agree that firearm owners have a duty to exercise reasonable and ordinary care in the storage and safekeeping of their guns.
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The legal community in Indiana, specifically those involved in both sides of personal injury cases, has been enthralled in a lively debate concerning whether Defendants should be able to admit Plaintiff’s medical bills when the Plaintiff him/herself isn’t claiming medical expenses as part of their damages. Of course, this debate didn’t arise out of thin […]
It is no secret that premises liability in Indiana has been curbed in favor of business owners over the past few years, with violence occurring within bars and restaurants sitting at the forefront of the Court’s paradigm shift. The Court of Appeals of Indiana has consistently found since 2016 that unless the business and its […]
The short answer is yes, in such cases an insurance company “steps into the shoes” of the other driver and engages in an “adversarial process” with you, their own insured, as you attempt to get compensation for your injuries. BUT, there are ground rules. When you sign up for auto insurance (or most other types […]
Recently, the Indiana Court of Appeals decided to narrowly construe an established federal case precedent and found that when a shipper assumes the responsibility of loading he may owe a duty to the carrier for the defects which are latent and concealed in the load. Specifically, in Wilkes v. Celadon Group, Inc., 121 N.E.3d 1095 […]
Oliver Wendell Holmes, the former US Supreme Court Justice, once said that “Where we love is home, home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.” If you ask most Hoosiers, they will tell you that home is where they grew up and where their friends and family reside. However, insurance companies have recently […]
Injuries from Low-Speed and Rear-Impact Collisions When a high-speed auto accident occurs, injuries are more likely to be evident and less likely to be disputed. injuries resulting from low speed collisions are often disputed by liability insurance adjusters. While these accidents take place at speeds around 10 mph and below, the injuries sustained can be […]