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Manufacturing Defects Lead to Tire Blow-Out Crashes

With proper maintenance and inflation a tire blow-out should rarely occur. … Well, if you decide to push your car to 150 mph, I suppose you can blow out a tire, because street legal tires are just not made for such adventures. But, what if you are not pushing your car and truck beyond its […]

Failure To Diagnose: A Medical Malpractice Dilemma

A decade ago if I told you 1 out of every 20 patients had been misdiagnosed by their treating doctor you might question that statistic. Although it would be accurate. And that number accounted for close to 12 million mistakes that patients had to either accept or challenge in court. Fast forward to the present […]

Immunity: What It Means and Who Is Liable?

Do you acknowledge and explicitly assume COVID-19 risks before receiving care? Do you also agree to hold harmless this facility and grant legal immunity to our doctors and medical providers? These types of questions are appearing more and more on intake forms that health care providers are using when screening patients. Refusing to acknowledge these […]

How Much Are You Suing For?

It doesn’t matter what your injury was, in fact those asking you questions about your impending lawsuit only want to know one question…how much are you suing for? It’s as if that question was programmed into their DNA that as soon as they hear someone is suing they have to know how much. Those that […]

Scaffolding and Ladder Injures

Transcript: Hi. I’m Indiana personal injury attorney David Holub. Workers can be killed or injured if the ladder or scaffolding they are using collapses. Scaffolds include what we sometimes refer to as suspended platforms like those used by window washers in tall buildings. But more often we see injuries with scaffolding assembled in residential home […]