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Indianapolis Metro PD finds drivers going 100+ mph

Too many motorists think they are driving on the oval at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Speeds in excess of 100 mph – more than twice the posted limit in some areas – are not uncommon. Here's what drivers in Indiana need to know about this speeding epidemic. Lead-footed drivers in Indiana It’s bad enough that...

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10 steps you should take after a car accident

After a bad crash, protect your rights In the aftermath of a car accident you may be injured, upset, and confused β€” but the actions you take (or don't take) at the crash scene and when dealing with the insurance company can have repercussions when you file a claim for damages. If you or a...

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Tractor-trailer accident on Route 422 in New Castle, PA

  Experienced lawyer familiar with dangerous intersection discusses crash Three people sustained injuries in a tractor-trailer accident involving two other vehicles on Route 422 near the intersection of Route 388 in Shenango Township, Pennsylvania. The accident occurred at around 10:15 a.m. on April 19 near the intersection which straddles the Shenango and Slippery Rock township...

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Deaths from wrong-way crashes on the rise

Fatalities from wrong-way crashes are not unusual, even in Indiana, but the numbers are getting worse. Our attorneys reveal how these tragedies happen and what you can do to prevent them. Fatal wrong-way crashes are trending the wrong way Perhaps nothing can catch you more off-guard than seeing a vehicle speeding straight at you in...

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How to obtain and read your Indiana car accident report

When a crash occurs, police will usually arrive at the crash scene to conduct an initial investigation. The information they gather at the crash scene will later be documented in an official car accident report (Indiana Officer's Standard Crash Report). If you've been injured in a crash, getting a copy of this report is critical....

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Blind spots are the leading cause of truck accidents

If you've ever felt nervous while driving alongside a large commercial truck, it's for good reason. Large commercial trucks with trailers attached can be around 72 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, 13.5 feet tall and weigh as much as 80,000 lbs. That's much larger and heavier than a car. Blind spots are when a truck...

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What makes truck tire safety so important?

Tires allow large commercial trucks to travel safely while carrying thousands of pounds of cargo. Since big rigs can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds with fully loaded trailers, it only takes one tire to blow out or fail to cause a serious crash. A large commercial truck can easily lose control and jackknife, roll...

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What makes truck accidents different than car accidents?

No two traffic collisions are alike. Those involving large commercial trucks are often the most complex for several reasons. Should you be involved in a truck crash, it's important that you understand what to expect. There are far too many crash victims who aren't aware of their legal rights after being involved in a truck...

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