Month: August 2017

Building Code Injuries

Can I sue for injuries caused by construction defect? Anyone who has contracted to have a house built or have an addition put on knows minimum requirements for design, construction and materials must be met. Building codes spell out the specifics. Every state has its own rules. Indiana is no different. Every community is also […]


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Main Causes of Spinal Cord Injuries

Any damage to a spinal cord may result in lifelong injury. Someone who has sustained a spinal cord injury may not be able to send messages to or below the area that has been damaged. Such an injury may lead to a loss of basic motor skills, communicative skills, and can even be so severe […]


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8 vehicles involved, 7 people injured in Indianapolis crash

While the following story is a couple of months old, the circumstances of the car accident in question still make for an important post. The wreck in question occurred back in June in Indianapolis, with at least seven vehicles being involved. Around 10:45 p.m. the seven vehicles converged on west 73rd Street near Spring Mill […]


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How to Interact With a Stranger’s Dog

People often take for granted the safety in petting a stranger’s dog. The fact of the matter is that while some dogs welcome being stroked from a new person, others may need a moment or two to be acquainted before fawning may commence. To ensure your safety be sure to follow these steps so as […]


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When Are You Most Likely to Get Into a Car Accident?

Driving has long been the number one mode of transport in the US. Thousands of drivers are making their way in and out of Ownesboro, Indianapolis, Louisville, and Evansville every day. With thousands of drivers on the road at any given time, accidents are bound to happen. But what situations lead to more accidents than […]


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