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.
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.
An increase in motorists on the road during the Thanksgiving holiday can lead to hazards and car accidents if drivers are drowsy and traveling long distances.
The end of Daylight Savings Time has an impact on drivers as there will be an increase in nighttime drivers on the road. Here are some precautions.
Trucking accidents can be even more devastating if hazardous materials are being transported—flammable, explosive, radioactive, or even poisonous.
An experienced trucking accident attorney can help you keep your case strong despite most slip-ups. Even so—here are ten of the most common, avoidable mistakes in truck accident cases.
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.
It’s important in the aftermath of a truck accident to get a reliable, experienced attorney on your side to help you build your case to get you the compensation you need and deserve. Contact us today if you or a loved one has been in an accident and we’ll provide you with a free evaluation.
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.
Some truck drivers and even trucking companies cover up abuse of these regulations by creating or allowing fake logbooks.