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Truck Accidents

Two recent dump truck accidents in Indiana that resulted in multiple deaths may make people wonder who is responsible when such tragedies occur. The initial answer is that our attorneys often find negligence on the part of the truck driver when we investigate truck accidents. But others may be at…

The multiple construction projects and work zones on Interstate 65 and I-70 in and around Indianapolis mean that drivers face the probability of encountering numerous traffic bottlenecks and truck accidents in work zones over the next year or more. A national database says each year there are about 700 fatal…

As an attorney who has dedicated my entire career to helping families who have had family members seriously injured or killed by collisions with commercial trucks, I am opposed to Indiana House-passed bill, HB 1190. What does HB 1190 Indiana propose? This bill would permit overweight trucks weighing as much…

Long-haul truckers work in all kinds of weather. Delivery deadlines do not automatically get delayed just because the weather turns bad. But driving in poor weather conditions can greatly increase the risk of a truck accident. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) says nearly a quarter of fatal truck…

Many drivers have had the experience of cruising down the highway and hearing a loud pop, then seeing a new crack or “star” in the windshield. Flying debris, such as rocks kicked up by a tractor-trailer or flying debris from the back of a truck, cause damage to many vehicles…

The state of Indiana and the U.S. federal government operate large fleets of trucks that travel the roads of Indianapolis and other cities and communities in Indiana every day. When these trucks get into accidents that harm other drivers, pedestrians or cyclists, the injured face a complex path to compensation…