Presidents' Day was created in recognition of President George Washington's birthday, and the holiday now serves as a day to honor and celebrate all U.S. presidents. Check out this video with some interesting facts about the White House!
If you hit black ice on the road or get surprised by an animal jumping out in front of your car, it might lead to an accident. Here are a few scenarios when another driver may not be the cause of your accident.
Robert Boughter was selected for a Lifetime Achievement award to be among America's Top 100 Attorneys—an honor reserved for only exceptional attorneys.
When you live in Indiana, driving conditions can quickly become hazardous. Be sure to take proper precautions on the roads as you drive this winter in order to protect yourself and others.
We hope that you and your family enjoy the many light displays around Fort Wayne, and always remember to drive carefully as you admire the lights. Happy Holidays from all of us at Boughter Sinak, LLC!
It's critical to take extra fire safety precautions around the holidays—especially if you have a Christmas tree. Keeping your tree well-watered and turning off the Christmas lights could avoid a house fire.
The city of Fort Wayne, Indiana announced on December 18, 2017 that it plans to sue the largest wholesale distributors of opioids in the United States in order to hold them accountable for the opioid crisis.
Riding an ATV in the winter can be fun, but can also be dangerous—especially if you aren’t prepared or trained to ride them properly. Our experienced ATV accident lawyers have some tips to ensure safety while riding.
Sharing the road with semi trucks can be dangerous—especially during the winter months. If you find yourself in a trucking accident in Fort Wayne, South Bend, or somewhere in Indiana, our truck accident attorneys can help.
Do you know steps involved to register your snowmobile in the State of Indiana? If not, you could be riding illegally. We'll walk you through the registration process and also quiz you on some safety tips.