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Indianapolis, Indiana child safety law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various information on children and vehicles in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.

July 14, 2016 Buggy Accidents Are Being Caused By Distracted Drivers

William W. Hurst – Indianapolis Car Accident Lawyer Indiana has the third largest Amish population of any state in the United States, behind only Ohio and Pennsylvania. The largest and oldest Amish settlements in Indiana are located in Elkhart and LaGrange counties. Unfortunately for those communities, distracted drivers crash into their buggies all too often. […]

July 12, 2016 Pokemon Go: How to Stay Safe While Playing

William W. Hurst – Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyer Seemingly everyone from small children to twenty-somethings and even people with a little more life experience is joining in on the recent Pokemon Go craze. The game, which is as close to a real life adaptation of the Pokemon world as anyone could hope for is played […]

February 9, 2016 Are Hoverboards Dangerous? YES!

William W. Hurst – Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyer If you are a parent it’s likely that your children asked you for a hoverboard this Christmas. While I am not entirely sure why they are called hoverboards considering the fact that they do not hover, I do realize that they look like a ton of fun. […]

December 23, 2014 Dangerous Toys – What to Avoid Buying Your Children

William “Bill” Hurst As the holidays near the Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyers here at the Law Offices of William “Bill” Hurst encourage parents to be careful in selecting the gifts their children will soon be overjoyed to unwrap and begin playing with. The joy of the holidays is, for many, the most exciting time of […]

July 14, 2014 Parental Liability for Auto Accidents Caused by a Minor Driver

By: William “Bill” Hurst Imagine a situation where a sixteen year old child has just started driving and they negligently rear-end your car as you are slowing to pull into your driveway and take out your mailbox. In this accident they strike your car (auto), your mailbox (property), and you have a concussion (personal injury) […]

December 16, 2013 Can I Be Liable If My Minor Child Causes Injuries To Another Person Or Child?

Your Indiana Lawyer: William Bill Hurst Indiana law is replete with instances where parents have been held liable for the injuries, or “damages,” caused by their children or for failing to supervise those children. Historical Perspective Historically parents are not liable for damages to a person or for property caused by their child’s negligence.  However, […]

July 12, 2012 Bullying At School Often Ends In Injury And Lawsuits – Your Indianapolis Injury Lawyer

By William Bill Hurst A Whiteland Indiana mother is fed up. She cannot bare to see her 15 year old daughter bullied anymore. So last fall, she took police reports to the community high school to show administrators that her daughter had been stalked and threatened by classmates. Despite her many efforts including starting a website […]

April 12, 2012 Lawsuits Involving Children Injured at Daycare

  By William Bill Hurst In August of 2008 in Greensburg, Indiana, a parent of a toddler dropped off their 2 year old daughter and two hours later a large console television fell on her daughter crushing her eye sockets, pallet, nose and cheekbone.  It will be many years before she’ll recover because of her age […]

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It cost $0 up front to hire our office. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you only pay us if we settle your case or obtain a verdict on your behalf.

If we’re unable to obtain a settlement of verdict for you we eat the costs we’ve advanced to litigate your case, which includes costs for ordering medical records, filing your case, hiring experts, deposing witnesses, and many other things.

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