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Spinal Cord Injuries: Catastrophic Injuries in Car Crashes

Spinal cord injuries are among the worst that can occur in a car accident. These injuries have the potential to leave victims with chronic pain and paralysis, autonomic dysfunction and other issues.

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The Benefit of Roundabouts

Roundabouts have been touted as a safer alternative to traditional intersections. Initially popular overseas, cities throughout the United States have incorporated the design

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Most Dangerous Roads in Indiana

Indiana has many counties with curvy and sometimes hilly roadways. These roads can make it difficult to see cars ahead and judge distances when passing another vehicle

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Tips for Driving Safely Around Motorcycles

Riding a motorcycle can be particularly dangerous because drivers of other vehicles often do not see motorcyclists or do not take the necessary actions to help keep them safe.

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Could a Huge Touchscreen Cause Distracted Driving?

Technological innovations often prove attractive to consumers seeking the latest vehicles.

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Why Teens Are at A Greater Danger Behind the Wheel

Indiana teenagers are more likely to die in a motor vehicle accident than from any other cause of death. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that around

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Things to Do After a Motor Vehicle Accident

Car accidents will happen from time to time among even the most careful drivers in Indiana.

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Knowing the Pros and Cons of Vehicle Safety Features

You may have been injured in a car accident, and now you’re seeking compensation for your losses.

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Study Says More Coffee May Mean More Truck Accidents

A loved one suffered a serious brain injury in a truck accident here in Indiana, and now you’re wondering if you could file a claim on his or her behalf against the trucking company.

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Common Burn Risks for Children

We’ve all seen it: the stove is on. Mom or Dad turns around for a moment and their young child reaches up towards the hot surface. Hopefully, the adult stops them before they are hurt.

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