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February 2016 Archives

Bicycle accidents can result in major injuries for Indianans

A person embarking on a bicycle ride likely does not anticipate returning with an injury, no matter how serious. However, bicycling and associated bicycle accidents are indeed common sources of injury, from simple broken bones to major head injuries. Despite an Indiana rider having appropriate bike awareness, he or she may be blind-sided by a negligent or drunk driver, and left with major and life-altering injuries.

What documents should I gather after my Indiana car accident?

Victims of Indiana car accidents may know how to seek medical attention following an accident, whether by calling 9-1-1 or making a doctor's appointment, and they may know the best course of action to take to obtain car repairs. They may not, however, be familiar with how to proceed legally if they wish to pursue a lawsuit against a negligent driver. A person who has been involved in an accident may wish to meet with an attorney to discuss his or her options, and it can be helpful to know how best to prepare for such a meeting.

Indiana attorney advocates for animal bite victims

The immediate aftermath of an animal bite may be terrifying for an Indiana victim. He or she will likely be frightened and in need of medical attention. After the initial shock has worn off and a person has received proper medical attention, he or she may consider legal action. As this blog reported in a previous post, a variety of different types of damages may be available for a person who has been attacked by an animal.

Crash victims file premises liability suit after music festival

Indiana residents may envision a music festival as an event at which attendees can hear live music, enjoy good company and have a fun time. They likely do not envision an event at which attendees may be hit by a car in the middle of a crowd while enjoying the festivities.

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