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Roof Crush and Other Auto Crashworthiness Injuries

Roof crush cases focus on whether a vehicle can withstand the crushing of the car, truck or SUV roof during a rollover collision. Car makers are obliged to comply with safety regulations when they design, manufacture and sell vehicles. If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle collision, including those […]

Covid-19 And Your Medical Malpractice Injury Case

This “new” normal that society has adopted due to the Covid-19 pandemic is causing havoc in the way patients are treated during surgery, after surgery and even in recovery. And it’s not just mistakes that are happening, but procedures are being ignored, or downright refused. Take for instance this scenario… A day after hip surgery […]

Tire Failure Leads to Roll-Over Crash

You’ve always been cautious about not letting your tires get too worn down. You check the tread depth every time you fill up. That is why when the police officer interviewed you in the hospital and she said your SUV flipped over due to tread separation and a blow-out … all you could do is […]

The Health Risks of Disinfecting Covid

Every business has been forced into new protocols in dealing with Covid 19. Some are doing a very good job at balancing the health and well-being of their employees, others not so much. Some have gone overboard and are now facing lawsuits by the very people they tried to protect. In this case, the prevention […]

Filing a Case When the Courts are Closed

It may seem like strange times when the courts and other government agencies are closed. So what happens when the courts are closed and the deadline to sue expires. In this video we explain how the ordinary everyday court rules guide attorneys on how to deal with court closures. The Indiana Trial Rules tell us […]