5 Most Common Summertime Dangers

If you’re injured due to someone’s negligent behavior or on poorly maintained property, you’ll need experienced personal injury or premises liability attorneys.

4 Myths About Your Personal Injury Case

It’s easy for wrong information to be spread in place of the more accurate, less discernible information. Here are four common myths about personal injury cases and why they’re incorrect.

Filing a Claim When Another Driver Isn’t at Fault

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.

10 Tips to Stay Safe on an ATV

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.

Are You Snowmobile Ready?

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.

Safely Sharing the Road: Back-to-School Edition

Exercising additional caution with the start of the new school year is always smart and you and other drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians will be happy you did.

10 Common Mistakes in Personal Injury Cases

Personal injury cases are tricky—proving pain and suffering alongside whatever parts of the injury are physically visible requires an experienced attorney and a strongly built case.

Do I Need a Personal Injury Attorney?

We will work with you to assess your case in a free consultation and determine if you have a personal injury claim. From there, we'll fight for you every step of the way to ensure maximum compensation for your losses.

Extreme Winter Sports

An article encouraging people to dress warmly and follow safety tips when engaging in extreme winter sports.

Snowmobiling Safety

Snowmobiling safety is crucial to understand. One mistake could cause a serious personal injury accident.