Hurst Limontes LLC Indianapolis, Indiana Injury & Accident Law Firm Blog
No Using a Phone While Driving A new law set to take effect July first in Indiana states that now, while driving, you can only use hands-free technology. You may now be pulled over for holding your phone. Previously, the law stated that it was illegal to be texting or emailing while driving; now it […]
Today the Legal Team at Hurst Limontes LLC made a contribution of $1,500.00 to Kids Voice of Indiana. Kids Voice of Indiana is a wonderful group of volunteers and lawyers whose primary mission is to serve Indiana’s children and families by providing legal education, child advocacy and family visitation.
At trial for a car accident case the Plaintiff (the one hurt who brings the lawsuit) must be able to prove their damages, “more likely than not,” to a Jury. One may wonder how this comes into play when proving their injuries were caused by the crash and their treatment was both necessary and related. […]
Today, April 6, 2020, the Personal Injury Legal Team at Hurst Limontes LLC donated nearly $250 in food and household supplies to the Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center – Market food Pantry Our partner, Alex Limontes, purchased the food and supplies from Big Lug – Marketplace and Pantry, a Sahm’s Restaurants Concept. After COVID-19 shut down […]
As many of you already know, we’ve changed our name from “Law Office of Hurst Limontes LLC, LLC” to “Hurst Limontes LLC” in order to properly recognize the addition of our newest partner, Alexander J. Limontes. Alex has been our lead trial attorney for several years. He has litigated and tried numerous cases working closely […]
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 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 […]