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February 2017 Archives

Tragic traffic fatality trends in Indiana

An unfortunately reality that Indiana residents have to live with every day is the fact that vehicle accidents can and do happen at any time and in any location. Whether as drivers, passengers, motorcyclists, bicyclists or pedestrians, people face a myriad of risks on Indiana roads. From distracted drivers to drunk drivers and more, there is no end to the type of danger posed by negligent drivers.

Citizen tips credited for fatal accident arrest

After a serious accident, Indiana residents may sometimes feel as though they have a hard time getting the help they need. Law enforcement can also struggle to obtain the information they need when investigating crashes and other incidents. Sometimes, other parties come through with important details that help all parties.

Vehicular fatalities on the rise

If you ever wonder just how safe you are when you're on the road, you are not alone. Many an Indiana resident thinks about this before getting in a vehicle or on a motorcycle or venturing outside on foot. These concerns are not without merit, either. Records indicate that instead of being safer on the roads, people may in fact face more risks.

Spring driving dangers and how to be prepared for them

When the snow is falling and the roads are icy, it is easy to be prepared for rough driving conditions, but as the temperatures rise and the snow turns to rain, there are additional hazards that you should be prepared for. Each season brings its own type of safety concerns on the road, and being ready and aware of them can help to minimize the chances that you will be involved in an accident by your own fault or another's.

What are some signs of a potential dog attack?

It would be wonderful to think that every dog owner in Indiana properly trained and monitored his or her beloved pet. Sadly, that is not the case. Far too many innocent people in Indiana are unnecessarily attacked by dogs and many suffer serious injuries as a result. When dog owners fail to keep watch over pets, it can be important for others to know some of the signs to watch for that may signal an impending attack or other show of aggression on the part of a dog.

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