Unfortunately, working in the construction industry comes with its share of risks. Even if you are extremely careful, it is likely that you will experience an accident at one time or another. Immediately following a construction accident, the scene can be extremely chaotic. In order to stay calm, it is best to follow the 5…

An injury after an accident can have lifelong consequences. You have enough to worry about with your recovery; you want your attorney to handle the legwork of your case. When we say we’re on your side, we mean it. That means taking care of the research and handling the paperwork and negotiations. What it doesn’t…

After suffering an injury, you have enough to worry about. It’s doubtful that you’re looking forward to fielding questions from the insurance company and wading through piles of forms and other paperwork. You want to focus on one thing: healing. You may think that retaining a personal injury attorney is another tedious and time-consuming task…

Suffering an injury-causing accident will probably cause you to focus on the here and now. You may be in pain, and the looming threat of medical expenses coupled with all the work you’re missing can be overwhelming. It’s okay, and probably healthy, to take a “one day at a time” approach to your recovery. That…

A Vienna, Va. man recently won a malpractice lawsuit he filed against the surgical team who performed his colonoscopy. The jury awarded $200,000 for malpractice, as well as $200,000 in punitive damages and $100,000 for defamation. In this somewhat unusual case, the anesthesiologist and her team began mocking and insulting the patient as soon as…

A 14-year-old driving a stolen SUV crashed into a pickup truck on the evening of June 19th, critically injuring the pickup driver. According to Indianapolis Metropolitan Police, the boy was driving at a high rate of speed, blew past a stop sign, and collided with the truck near Post and I-70. EMS technicians had to…

There are two ways insurance companies make money: by collecting premiums and by denying (or reducing) claims. Insurance companies, like any other business, need to make a profit. Insurance adjusters all too often try to deny valid claims, or pay as little as possible on a claim, to increase profits at the expense of injury…

Parents of Colton Smith, an autistic boy who attends Eastern Elementary School, are calling for the state to mandate surveillance cameras in public school special education classrooms. The boy is non-verbal, so when he returned from school one day with a bloody nose and a black eye, he couldn’t tell his mother how it happened….

Early in the morning of June 18th, 17-year-old Hannah Wade was driving west along I-70 when the front tire of her Nissan blew out. The car swerved, hit a guardrail, and came to a stop in the westbound passing lane near mile marker 19. Wade got out of her car to call 911 as a…

Billie Jo Sayers went to IU Health’s Ball Memorial Hospital for an abdominal infection in 2010, but she left the hospital with permanent inner ear damage that led to hearing loss and balance problems. A judge, with the help of medical experts who testified, agreed that the hospital gave Sayers nine times more Gentamicin than…

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