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Personal Injury Overview

July 2017 Archives

Two children killed, mother injured in bizarre wreck

When most people in Indiana think about car crashes they might think about things like a rear-end fender bender that occurs because someone is driving too close to someone else and cannot stop in time. Making a turn in front of another car without sufficient time to complete it may also be a typical type of accident that people think of. However, some wrecks are so odd that they are definitely not the first thing that would come to one's mind.

Helping your child recover from a crash

As a parent, you may have to go through a number of challenges when it comes to raising your children. At Doane Law Office, we know that some parents have had to go through the painful experience of dealing with injuries their children sustained in motor vehicle accidents. Worse yet, some children are not able to survive these accidents. If you are struggling because your child was involved in a collision, you should do all that you can to help them recover.

Bicycle accidents and traumatic brain injury

Indiana drivers are to be congratulated for reducing the number of bicycle fatalities over the past decade. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, the number of people who died in Indiana as a result of being hit while biking decreased from 21 in 2006 to 12 in 2015.

RV collides with car, sending eight to hospitals

Summer is the time when many people take to the open road for vacations in Indiana. Even with the relative ease of air travel today, the good old-fashioned road trip maintains a staple of many people's favorite and most nostalgic getaways. However, when a vehicle accident happens, the glamour and excitement of that road trip can be lost in an instant. Instead, families may be left with tragic memories and even lifelong injuries.

Potential drunk driver kills self, two passengers

When hearing reports about accidents involving semi trucks or other large commercial vehicles in Indiana, it is understandable that people's minds might initially think that the responsibility for the accident be with the driver of the truck. Trucker fatigue among other factors may well contribute to some dangers indeed.