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When is spousal support awarded during a divorce?

There is no guarantee that Indiana residents who seeks spousal support from their soon-to-be ex-spouse will receive it. In some cases, particularly when a person lacks the financial capacity to care for themselves or their child due a physical or mental disability, spousal support may be awarded to ensure that people can cover their needs. However, in other cases, spousal support may be awarded if a court deems it necessary in a specific situation.

Your wrists may sustain serious harm in a car accident

Serious car accidents are not exactly rare in the Hoosier State. In fact, according to the Indiana University Public Policy Institute, more than 900 Indianans lost their lives in car crashes in 2017. Another 50,000 suffered some type of injury. Even though you may never have experienced a collision before, eventually, you may find yourself dealing with the aftermath of one. 

Individual rights when police search people and their property

Many Indiana residents take comfort in knowing that law enforcement officials throughout their communities are prepared to step up if dangerous or difficult situations develop in their cities and towns. When problems arise, police and other first responders must quickly assess what has happened and how best to deal with the consequences. To this end, certain law enforcement officials may be allowed to encroach on individuals' personal rights, such as that to privacy, when the situations warrant such action.

Strong litigation strategies to help accident victims

Commercial vehicles are automobiles used to conduct for-profit business. The delivery trucks that bring packages to Evansville neighborhoods, the semis that transport goods across the country and even the buses that drive individuals to where they need to go may all qualify as commercial vehicles.

Running red lights leads to vehicle accident fatalities

Red lights are important traffic signals. When drivers see glowing red indicators at intersections they are expected to stop their vehicles and wait until the indicators turn to green. When such a change happens, a driver has the right to move forward through the intersection.

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