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Eight Common Sites for Slip and Fall Accidents

Everyone has tripped over something before, and a lot of the time you can walk away from the accident with minor embarrassment. When the injury is very serious, however, you …

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Lawsuit Filed Against Indianapolis Chipotle Restaurant

A man whose car was crushed in April has filed a lawsuit against the restaurant and the owner and manager of the property where the incident occurred. During the accident, …

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Injured from a Fall and Prepared to Sue? Let Us Help You Take the Right Steps

Slip and fall accidents are common, but they make for difficult lawsuits to win in court. Although a good personal injury attorney can help give you an edge, liability is …

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Indianapolis Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Settlement In Museum Fall

An energy-efficiency engineer that suffered multiple fractures in a 38-foot fall at a Philadelphia museum has won a $7.25 million settlement. On May 10, attorneys announced the agreement between the …

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Indianapolis Bar Fight Leads to Death

A 59-year old St. Louis man received a head injury early on Saturday, January 9th during a bar fight at an Indianapolis establishment. He died from his injuries the following …

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Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Case Continues

The legal ramifications of the August 2011 collapse of a stage at the Indiana State Fair continue to make news, even four and a half years after the tragic accident that …

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Tis the Season—For Slip and Fall Accidents

December in Indianapolis brings with it snow, ice and the dreaded “wintry mix” falling from the sky. It makes our roads and sidewalks sometimes treacherous, especially when temperatures fluctuate above …

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Man Injured on Cruise Ship Wins $21.5 Million Jury Verdict

A 61-year-old man from Springfield, Illinois has been awarded $21.5 million by an eight-person federal jury in Seattle, Washington following a nine-day trial. The jury calculated actual damages at $5 …

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In-Store Beer Taps at Kroger: A Lawsuit in the Making

In a marketing move to try to best their competition, grocery chain Kroger is installing in-store beer taps in some of its stores. The new beer taps are aimed at …

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When Are Property Owners Liable for Slip and Fall Injuries?

Property owners can be held liable for slip and fall injuries when they fail to keep their property reasonably safe, someone is injured, and the person’s injury was caused by …

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What Happens If You’re Hurt on Public Property

It’s a property owner’s responsibility to mark hazardous areas to warn people of possible danger. You see “wet floor” signs in businesses and orange or yellow barriers around construction sites. …

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When Landlords Don’t Maintain Safe Properties

When you’re renting a home, it’s your landlord’s responsibility to keep it safe. Unfortunately, many landlords are busy and don’t have time to keep up with properties and their shortcomings; …

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When a Fall in a Parking Lot Causes a Knee Injury

Parking lots and garages are not inherently dangerous places. However, if premises are poorly maintained, they can cause a person to trip, fall or otherwise become injured. Business and building …

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When Summer Fun Goes South: Dangers of Swimming and Diving

Swimming and diving are classic summer pastimes, and many people take to the water to have fun while the sun shines. Unfortunately, a day at the pool can easily turn …

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Injuries from Trampoline Accidents

According to U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission data, more than 92,000 people found themselves in an emergency room after a trampoline accident in 2010. While some trampoline injuries are minor …

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Kokomo Parents call for Cameras in Special Education Classrooms

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 …

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Pool Safety: Is Your Pool Up to Par?

Swimming is a popular pastime during the summer months. Children especially enjoy playing and swimming in pools, both public and private. Unfortunately, pools are often a source of danger. According …

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Students Injured in Westfield High School Stage Collapse

On April 23 of this year, during a student-led musical at Westfield High School, a portion of the stage where the students were performing collapsed beneath them. According to a …

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A Guide to Slip and Fall Accidents

As pedestrians, we don’t always look down while walking. You can’t always be aware of the conditions around you. You might not see the raise in the sidewalk at the park …

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Settlement reached in Indiana State Fair stage collapse; $5 million cap upheld

An announcement regarding a settlement in the 2011 Indiana State Fair stage collapse occurred on Friday, December 18, as reported by the Indy Star. Previous State Settlement On August 13, …

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Bounce House Injuries on the Rise

If you have children, chances are you’ve been to a party with bounce houses to occupy the kids (and some adults). Bounce houses are considered safer than trampolines since they …

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Social Host Laws: What Party Hosts Need to Know

It’s hard to believe the holidays are upon us once again. For some party hosts, it means popping the top on a bottle of bubbly or spicing up the eggnog. …

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