Author: Alexander J. Limontes
There is a coverage on many people’s auto insurance called “Medical Payments Coverage” (“Med Pay” for short) which is intended to help you out with paying the medical bills that you receive due to a car crash. This coverage is referred to as “no fault,” meaning it doesn’t matter whose fault the crash is, if […]
Your ordinary, everyday car crash can be a confusing and terrifying experience. However, a car crash involving an emergency vehicle on the other side can cause several issues with your case even if you do not think you were the party at fault for the crash. There are four main pieces of Indiana law that […]
Yes, you can make a claim against the insurance company for damages. However, it does depend on your driving history and if you have any recent convictions for driving without insurance. INDIANA CAR CRASH FACTS In 2016, the Indiana University Public Policy Institute published a Driving Safety Fact Book which showed that in 2016, there […]
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.
The Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC is proud to announce we’ve been ranked by U.S. News in their “Best Law Firms” rankings for our personal injury practice in Indianapolis. Our attorneys focus solely on personal injury matters and we treat clients like family, which is why we’re considered one of the best personal […]
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 […]