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How Does Understaffing Lead to Medical Malpractice in Hospitals?

Posted on : July 20, 2019
Understaffing At Hospitals When you are injured or ill, you go to the hospital trusting the staff there to care for you to the best of their ability. Unfortunately, when there’s not enough staff for the number of patients in the hospital, problems arise. Medical malpractice is a common result of understaffing in hospitals, which [Read More]
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What Types of Brain Injuries Are Most Common in a Car Accident?

Posted on : May 21, 2019
Learn about the different types of brain injuries that can be caused by a car accident and discover what you can do if you or a loved one were the victim of a traumatic brain injury as a result of a motor vehicle collision. Closed Head Injuries A closed head injury is a type of [Read More]
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Can I File A Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Indiana?

Posted on : April 29, 2019
Wrongful Death Attorney In Indiana
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What’s the Difference Between Driver Versus Company Liability in A Truck Accident?

Posted on : March 6, 2019
Truck Accident Injury Claims Lawyer
Have you already been hurt in an Indiana trucking accident? The consequences can be severe for a victim who is riding or operating a passenger vehicle. The major difference between a traditional vehicle and a truck is the weight and size and amplifying factors such as excessive speed can make injuries much more serious for [Read More]
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Do Insurance Companies Ever Attempt to Wrongfully Deny Claims?

Posted on : February 7, 2019
Have you ever been in the position of filing a legitimate insurance claim only to discover that you are not able to get the benefits that you thought were covered under your policy? Unfortunately, far too many Americans realize this experience after it is too late. You may assume that your insurance company has your [Read More]
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Study Finds That Laws on Distracted Driving Critical for Motorcyclists

Posted on : January 7, 2019
Distracted driving is dangerous for everyone, and all it takes is looking down for a couple of seconds to realize that you’ve lost your focus on the road entirely. Some groups, however, are more likely to be seriously hurt in a critical accident. One study points out that anyone riding a motorcycle faces a much [Read More]
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How Can I Avoid Winter Weather Accidents?

Posted on : December 11, 2018
As the winter season has already kicked into full gear in Indiana, plenty of people have already begun their precautions for ice, snow and cold weather. In addition to having proper emergency gear stored in the back of your car and having appropriate winter clothing on you at all times, it’s a good idea to [Read More]
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What Are Common Signs of Spinal Cord or Back Injury?

Posted on : November 19, 2018
Do you think that you might have a spinal cord injury? If so, you need help from an experienced lawyer sooner rather than later. Feeling pain or numbness after you’ve been in an accident is a clear sign that you need more help from a physician in order to get a diagnosis. The best way [Read More]
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What to Do If You’ve Been Hurt In A Senior Car Accident

Posted on : October 24, 2018
Senior Car Accidents
There is a stereotype out there that elderly people may struggle to operate a car. However, sometimes this can play out into reality when someone who should not have a license or be operating a vehicle does so and ends up in a serious accident. Senior’s in car accidents can leave the victim suffering catastrophic [Read More]
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Will More Teenagers Be Driving Trucks in Future Years?

Posted on : October 6, 2018
There is a massive shortage of truck drivers across the United States and some industry advocates believe that this could lead to younger and less experienced drivers getting their CDLs and hopping behind the wheel of some of the biggest and deadliest trucks in the country. There has not been enough qualified entrance to replace [Read More]
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