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What is Considered Distracted Driving in Indiana?

When we first learn how to drive, we’re told to always keep our eyes on the road and to watch what other people are doing. As we get more comfortable …

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Indiana Law Tells Drivers to Move Over

It is difficult to remember, particularly when you’re gliding along the highway, that the comfy car in which you’re enjoying a coffee and an incensed rant from your favorite talk-radio …

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Potential Changes to Class Action Lawsuits

Just past the House and on its way to the Senate, H.R. 985 bears the optimistic-sounding name Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act, but its ramifications are unlikely to be …

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Is There a Medical Malpractice Crisis in Indiana and the U.S.?

If you listen to some elected officials in Washington, you might think that there’s a crisis in the medical malpractice system. Doctors are paying higher premiums than ever before, and …

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Automobile Accidents, In the News

New Website Predicts Indiana Car Crashes

Imagine being able to go to a website and get a forecast for tomorrow’s traffic crashes the same way that you can check tomorrow’s weather. Far-fetched? Maybe not. The Indiana …

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Qualified Medical Testimony and its Importance in the Courtroom

The US Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling that underscores the value of appropriate expert medical testimony in cases involving injury and disability. In a case that had come through the …

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CPR Training Kiosk Debuts at Indianapolis International Airport

There’s a new self-service station in the terminal at Indianapolis International Airport, but it has nothing to do with flight check-in, baggage handling, or paying for parking. This kiosk has …

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Automobile Accidents, In the News

NTSB Again Recommends Alcohol Driving Limit Change

In January, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) once again recommended that the blood alcohol content (BAC) measure used to determine drunk driving be reduced. The BAC standard in all …

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Richmond Hill House Explosion Suspect Convicted

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 …

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Injury Lawyer Discusses $10.6 Million Award in Faulty Elevator Case

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 …

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