Category "Personal Injury Cases"

Truck Accidents – Why Are They So Deadly?

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Truck Accidents – Why Are They So Deadly? By: William “Bill” Hurst, Indiana Personal Injury Lawyer             Roughly 5.5 million car accidents occur each year, with nearly 35,000 people losing their lives as a result....

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Loss of Chance of Survival/Recovery

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Loss of Chance of Survival/Recovery By William “Bill” Hurst                 A mother of three wakes up one morning and notices a lump on her neck that she hasn’t seen before. Fearing for the worst the...

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Indiana’s Bike Laws – Are They to Blame for the Rise in Accidents Involving Cyclists? By: William “Bill” Hurst   Indianapolis sports many trails for cyclist to enjoy such as the Monon Trail, Cultural Trail, and Cardinal Greenway Trails. This makes the city and surrounding area a prime spot for cycling. But what about the...

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What is Being Done About Companies Forcing Truckers to Violate Federal Safety Laws? By: William “Bill” Hurst             Have you or a loved one ever been involved in a car accident involving a tractor trailer or semi-truck?   The U.S. Department of Transportation reported in 2012 an estimated 333,000 large trucks were involved in traffic...

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The Family Pet was Killed in a Car Accident – Do I Have a Claim for the Sentimental Value the Dog?   By. William “Bill” Hurst                 Unfortunately there are instances where things dear to us, such as family heirlooms or pets, are stolen, destroyed, or killed. Most states only allow plaintiffs to collect based...

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