The Good Samaritan Law Just recently, three employees at a senior living center in Georgia were arrested for allegedly videotaping a patient who had suffered a stroke. The three women were in charge of monitoring the patient when the incident happened. Someone eventually saw the video and reported it. As a result, all three…Read More
Since the recent events that occurred at Noblesville West Middle School on May 25th, many questions and concerns have been proposed. Adult court and juvenile court are the two focal points of discussions. We would like to address some of those questions and explain why the student has to be tried as a delinquent child given the…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More
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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