Category: Personal Injuries
Indianapolis personal injury law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of personal injury information in Indiana.
In the recent case of Schmidt v. Allstate Property and Casualty Company the Indiana Court of Appeals said that not only can a passenger make a claim against the driver’s insurance company, but they can sue the auto insurance for BAD FAITH if they are unreasonable (which they almost always are). This means that a […]
For the most part, personal injury lawsuits tend to arise out of isolated incidents where someone’s reckless or careless actions while driving have caused damage and/or injuries. For example, distracted driving while on a cell phone or failing to adhere to proper traffic signs and lights. However, at times, that person’s careless actions can lead […]
We previously talked about how a JURY will determine what your Damages are after hearing the Evidence in a Car Accident Case. Those Damages are suggested to the Jury under the Indiana model Civil Jury instructions and the Jury is told to consider a number of elements. One of those Elements they are asked to consider is the “Nature and Extent of the Injuries”.
The Lawyers at Hurst Limontes LLC have litigated and tried numerous Personal Injury as well as Car Accident Cases and have seen a shift in the number of Judges using the Model Jury Instructions almost exclusively.
If you’ve never been injured in an accident, the idea of filing a personal injury claim may seem complicated and difficult. More than likely, you will have plenty of questions — such as “should I file a claim?” and “how long do I have to file a claim?” Luckily, with nearly 65 years in personal injury experience, Hurst Limontes LLC can help answer some of these questions.
When it comes to vehicular accidents and personal injury, there can be a wide range of potential injuries — from minor scrapes and bruises to more severe, traumatic cases.
In just the United States alone, over six million car accidents occur each year. Fortunately, however, most only involve property damage. But when you’re experiencing an injury following an accident, what are the first things you should take care of?
In the days and weeks following an accident, there can be a lot of things happening, leaving some of the smaller things to fall through the cracks. What are some of the complications that lawyers tend to see in the beginning stages of your case?