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How are Indianans likely to be injured in motorcycle accidents?


Motorcycle accidents present the possibility of a number of different types of injuries, and, tragically, even death. From broken bones to head injuries, there are many ways that an Indiana biker might become injured in a motorcycle accident. Injuries may result in life-altering and permanent disabilities or involve more minor scrapes and bruises.

Attorney aids Indianans following slip-and-fall accidents


When an Indianan slips and falls, his or her first concern may be about seeking prompt medical care. This is particularly important if he or she has suffered significant injuries. After obtaining medical care, a person's attention may turn to the reason for his or her slip-and-fall accident. Often, a slip-and-fall accident occurs due to a property owner's negligence in maintaining safe premises. Whether due to inadequate lighting or a wet floor, hazardous conditions can be dangerous for customers and other visitors.

How does an Indianan establish fault in a slip-and-fall case?


There are many ways that an Indianan might slip and fall on another's property. Whether due to a wet floor or lack of repair, there may be hazardous conditions that are not readily visible to an Indianan that lead to a dangerous fall. When an Indiana resident is injured in a slip-and-fall accident, he or she may choose to pursue a personal injury lawsuit to recover damages from the negligent property owner. It can be helpful for the victim of a slip-and-fall accident to understand how a court will determine that someone else is legally responsible for the victim's injuries.

Important steps to take following an animal bite


While dogs are typically considered docile and friendly domesticated pets, that is not always the case. For any number of reasons, a dog may attack an Indianan and cause major injuries. Anyone can be the victim of a dog bite, though children and men are more common victims. It can be helpful for an Indiana resident to know what to do if he or she, or a loved one, suffers from a dog bite injury.

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