A Look at Indiana’s “No Pay, No Play” Law Indiana is one of 11 states with a “No Pay, No Play” law that prohibits certain uninsured drivers from receiving financial compensation and other privileges for damages they incurred following an automobile crash. The damages drivers may not receive compensation for include: Pain and suffering Physical…

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Sobriety Checkpoints and DUI Stops: What You Need to Know Now that fall is here, many Hoosiers will take advantage of the cooler, crisp weather by hosting backyard bonfires, attending football tailgates and testing out new fall-flavored beverages at many craft breweries around the state. Each year, Indiana sets up sobriety checkpoints across the state…

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New Indiana legislation

Several New Laws in Effect in Indiana as of July 1, 2016 The beginning of July brings more than just summer cookouts, high temperatures and exploding fireworks. For the state of Indiana, July 1 marked the day when several new laws went into effect state-wide—many that have the capability of affecting the everyday lives of…

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The statistics are startling. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), it estimates that 1.6 million to 3.8 million sports and recreations concussions occur each year. The CDC also reports that the amount of reported Concussions has doubled in the last ten years. High school football accounts for an estimated 47 percent…

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Slips, Trips and Falls… The Balancing Act of Personal Injury Accidents

Slips, Trips and Falls… The Balancing Act of Personal Injury Accidents Whether due to environmental conditions or human error, slips, trips and falls are some of the leading causes of injuries in the United States.   First, let’s take a look at some of the statistics: Falls account for over 8 million hospital emergency room…

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You know you should stay at the scene of the accident, but what else should be done at the time of the crash and in the days and weeks following?

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