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Truck Accidents

Rear-end collisions occur every day in Indianapolis, on busy city streets, in stop-and-go interstate traffic, in work zones or even on rural roads. While some rear-end accidents are simply fender benders resulting in minor damage and no reported injuries. Serious injuries and fatalities also may occur in these crashes if…

One of the most dangerous kind of crashes any driver can be involved in is a collision with a tractor trailer. Tractor trailers are big and unwieldy and exert a huge amount of force on whatever they hit. Tractor trailers have wide blind spots on all sides – even on…

As personal injury lawyers at Craig, Kelley, and Faultless LLC, we prepare legal demands to submit to insurance companies for compensation after an Indiana car accident, the costs of an accident victim’s medical care are a primary driver of the amount sought. In some severe injury cases, the long-term effects…

National and state government reports tell us that there were 205,532 motor vehicle accidents in Indiana in 2014 that caused injury or property damage, and 821 fatal traffic accidents in Indiana in 2015, of which 178 involved drunk driving. At Craig, Kelley & Faultless LLC, our car accident and truck…

Each of us has seen a car accident on the highway with an ambulance nearby, indicating someone may have been severely injured. The impact of a collision can cause traumatic injuries and incapacitating injuries. Our car accident attorneys at Craig, Kelley & Faultless LLC typically assist accident victims who have…

Whether due to a vehicle accident, a slip-and-fall injury or a myriad of other causes, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) produce sometimes-devastating results: Loss of consciousness/disorientation Memory/concentration problems Headache/dizziness Nausea/vomiting Blurred vision/ringing ears Mood changes/depression/anxiety Changes in sleep patterns Traumatic Brain Injuries in Indiana What’s new in today’s discussion of TBI…

INDOT, an acronym for the Indiana Department of Transportation, is responsible for maintaining safe roads and intersections throughout the state of Indiana. To handle day-to-day operations ranging from management of construction projects in highway work zones to traffic control signals and more, INDOT has numerous offices and vehicles across the…

One of the few things worse than a collision with a tractor-trailer is a crash involving a large truck or chemical tanker truck transporting hazardous chemicals. Depending on the type of hazardous material being shipped, a crash may mean an explosion and fire, significant injuries to the motorists involved, or…