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Indianapolis texting driver accident law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of distracted driving accidents in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.

September 14, 2020 How Does Weather Affect Liability For Car Accidents In Indiana?

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 […]

September 10, 2020 How Much Can I Expect to Be Compensated for a Car Accident?

Car accidents are not cheap. If you are in a car accident then you will have to deal with repair bills, legal fees, and medical bills from any injuries you sustain. However, if someone else was responsible for your car accident and injury, then you could file a personal injury lawsuit and receive compensation. In […]

August 26, 2020 What is the Difference Between Contributory & Comparative Negligence for Car Accidents?

Normally after an accident the first thing that happens is figuring out who was responsible. In general, car accident responsibility comes down to negligence. If a person can be proven to have been acting negligent, then they will be held responsible for the car accident. A person is determined to be negligent if they act […]

August 23, 2020 Can a Company Be Held Responsible If One of Their Drivers Injures Me?

Most of the time, if you are injured in an accident with another person, then you can file a claim for damages against the driver. This is a relatively straightforward process as it involves bringing a suit against a private individual. However, what if you are injured by a driver employed by a company while […]

August 20, 2020 Where Do Most Car Accidents Happen?

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 […]

August 16, 2020 Who Is Liable for Multi-Car Accidents in Indiana?

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 […]

August 15, 2020 Collision vs Comprehensive Auto Insurance: What’s the Difference?

Every state in the US requires automobile operators to have insurance. However, there are different types of auto insurance that you can get. The two most common types of auto insurance are collision and comprehensive. Each type is a bit different and covers different things. Collisions insurance is meant to cover any damages to your […]

August 6, 2020 Who Is Responsible for Rear-End Collisions?

Rear-end accidents are among the most common kind of car accident. According to estimates, there are over 1.7 million rear-end crashes in the US every year. The vast majority of these accidents are non-fatal, but they can still cause moderate to significant injury. Most people think that in the case of rear-end collisions, the person […]

May 19, 2020 Who’s at fault in a t-bone car accident?

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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