Curious about what’s in store for road construction in Indiana? The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) has just released a new tool that can help. In January, they made available an interactive online map that allows visitors to view all current and planned State investment in transportation infrastructure projects, such as roads and bridges. A…

Indiana recently continued its long tradition of leading the nation when it comes to medical malpractice legislation by passing much-needed changes to its first-in-the-nation malpractice system. This system, which works to strike a balance between the interests of patients, doctors, and all taxpaying Hoosiers, has worked well since it was first implemented, but changes have…

An Indianapolis man has been found guilty of murder, arson, and insurance fraud for the part he played in a 2012 scheme to blow up a house and collect the insurance money. The plan went awry when the house exploded with far more force than anticipated, resulting in widespread damage to the neighborhood. Two people…

A lawsuit filed in Indianapolis last month hopes to bring attention to a controversial practice that law enforcement in some states, including Indiana, has been using more and more in recent years: civil forfeiture. The suit, brought by the Institute of Justice (IJ) on behalf of several Indiana plaintiffs, claims that IMPD and the Marion…

Is there a dangerous intersection near you? A missing sign or a broken traffic signal that’s causing a safety issue? Even a pothole that’s been getting worse for weeks? Have you been wondering why no one has taken care of the problem? It might be simply because no one has reported it. A particularly dangerous…

The Superior Court of New Jersey recently affirmed a $10.6 million jury award for a master carpenter permanently limited by spinal injuries suffered when a service elevator he occupied suddenly dropped two floors. Accident Details The August 19, 2005 accident happened at Headquarters Plaza in Morristown, New Jersey, when the man was 47 years old. He…

There was good news and bad news when it comes to workplace safety last year: serious workplace injury and illness was down from the previous year, but fatal on-the-job accidents hit a 7-year high. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), a division of the US Department of Labor, released preliminary workplace injury and illness data…

In January, a Richmond, Indiana woman who was crossing a busy intersection was hit by a truck and then run over. The driver continued on from the scene and when located later stated that he was unaware that he had struck anyone. The woman was in critical condition when she was brought to a nearby…

Construction continues to be one of the most dangerous industries in the United States. In 2014, 20% of all worker fatalities happened on a construction site. That added up to 874 deaths, and of those nearly 40% – 349 – were from falls. To increase an awareness of the risk of falls, and the risk…

Have you ever wondered what would happen if someone was given the wrong medication? Or worse yet, if an entirely inappropriate adult medication was given to a child? For one family in Arkansas, this isn’t a theoretical question. Their 4-year-old daughter was accidentally given pills to treat high blood pressure when she was supposed to…

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