Motorcycle Malice

Motorcycles are inherently dangerous for riders because they provide none of the protections offered by passenger cars, such as a protective cage and seatbelts providing restraint within. The danger of motorcycles is somewhat insidious because it can extend to those in nearby cars as well. There are three general types of motorcycles on the public […]

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The Danger of Trucks Is in the Paper

Truck drivers are required to maintain logs documenting daily activity related to the operating of a commercial motor vehicle, and to furnish these logs to a law enforcement officer upon request. This requirement helps to ensure compliance with the many regulations imposed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration governing restrictions of time behind the […]

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Accident Liability Involving Uninsured and Underinsured Vehicles

Driving on the public roadway in Indiana, as in each of the 50 United States, is a privilege, and not a guaranteed right. Because of this, motorists are required by law to carry auto insurance. IC 9-25-4-5 requires that vehicles registered or primarily garaged in Indiana carry insurance with minimum accident liability coverage of $25,000 […]

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Are You A Personal Injury Victim?

It had already been a full day for Sherri, and it was only 1:00 in the afternoon. She had made breakfast, packed lunches, gotten the kids off to school, cleaned the house, paid bills, and now was heading home from the grocery store. Sitting at the intersection waiting for the light to change to green, […]

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