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  • Sports Medicine Negligence

    Sports Medicine Negligence

    While it’s true we love to cheer on our sports here in Indiana, it’s always a frightening moment when an athlete suffers an in-game injury. When Indianapolis Pacers star Victor Oladipo suffered a gruesome ruptured quad tendon in 2018, attendees …

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  • Top Five Questions to Ask an Auto Accident Attorney

    Top Five Questions to Ask an Auto Accident Attorney

    The hours, days, and weeks following a car accident can be a difficult and frightening time. Not only is there the psychological toll, but bills for medical expenses and repairs can pile up quickly. If the accident was caused by …

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  • Why Does Someone File for Wrongful Death?

    Why Does Someone File for Wrongful Death?

    When the death of a spouse or loved one occurs due to negligence, the pain goes much deeper. Not only was a life cut tragically short, wrongful deaths can leave family members to deal with the emotional and financial ramifications …

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  • Chauffeur’s License and Requirements

    Chauffeur’s License and Requirements

    When we hear the word “chauffeur” it might conjure up images of a tuxedoed limo driver, shuttling celebrities to and from fancy night clubs or red carpet movie premieres. However, plenty of everyday people use limos to get to events …

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  • Vehicle Mechanic Negligence and Indiana Law

    Vehicle Mechanic Negligence and Indiana Law

    When a professional mechanic is hired to repair a car they are taking on a legal responsibility. This is because after you have a mechanic repair your car,  you should be able to trust problems are solved and that you …

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  • Duty to Care and Premises Safety

    Duty to Care and Premises Safety

    When the public visits privately-owned property, there is still a requirement for reasonable safety and duty to care. Let’s look through some popular locations to see what elements of care owners, managers, and employees are required to provide. Concert and …

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  • Indiana Moped Laws

    Indiana Moped Laws

    In Indiana, a “motor driven cycle” refers to mopeds, motorized scooters, and motorized bicycles. These vehicles are described as Class B MDC’s. Motor driven cycles like mopeds are their own class of vehicle under Indiana roadway law. There are rules …

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  • Indianapolis Regulations for Electric Scooters

    Indianapolis Regulations for Electric Scooters

    The sudden arrival of thousands of electric scooters in Indianapolis in June, and happy commuters that immediately started using them to jet from A to B, were a big surprise to the city that continues to ruffle some feathers. Indianapolis …

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