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June 2018 Archives

3 common myths about personal injury lawsuits

If you have suffered an injury in a motor vehicle accident, in a bicycle accident or as a pedestrian, you may have grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit. However, many people with legitimate claims never go through the process of filing a lawsuit to seek the compensation they deserve. This is often because they have incorrect information about personal injury lawsuits that deters them from pursuing their case.

Wrongful death action does not survive plaintiff's death

Gathering evidence and taking appropriate legal measures are essential in holding negligent parties responsible through an Indiana wrongful death lawsuit. In a recent case, however, the estate of a woman who died because of alleged medical malpractice cannot receive survivor damages, because her husband died without having a will or naming heirs.

Drugs and opioids are at the root of some fatal car crashes

Drunk driving has been a major factor in car accidents in Indiana and throughout the country. However, a recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Administration and funded by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility revealed the increasing danger of drivers who use marijuana and opioids.

Car accident injuries can be life-threatening

It is not unusual for the victim of a car accident to experience injuries and harm from their involvement in their ordeal. In fact, some Evansville residents who experience the violence of vehicle crashes live the rest of their lives coping with the injuries they suffered. Injuries from vehicle accidents can vary greatly from collision to collision, but this post will discuss some of the common forms of harm accident victims can experience.

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