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Statute of Limitations for Slip and Fall Accidents in Indiana

Premises liability is a legal concept that applies to personal injury cases in which an injury was caused by unsafe or defective conditions on someone’s property. This law holds property owners responsible for injuries when reasonable steps are not taken to prevent such accidents. After a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property in

Texas Woman Sues Olive Garden After Suffering Burns

A woman in Texas is suing Olive Garden, a popular Italian restaurant chain, after she suffered several burns and breathing troubles after she ate a stuffed mushroom. Danny Howard claims that an extremely hot stuffed mushroom became lodged in her throat, which blocked her airway and caused her to temporarily stop breathing while severely burning

4-Year-Old Amirah Whiten Awarded $23.6M in Birth Injury Lawsuit

A jury in Chicago spent two days deliberating before returning a verdict that awarded 4-year-old Amirah Whiten and her family $23.6 million for injuries sustained during birth. Facts About the Case Amirah Whiten was born on December 19, 2014 at the St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago. Fetal monitors showed that the baby was in fetal

Passenger Rights After A Car Accident in Indiana

If you are a passenger in an Indiana car accident, you have a right to file a claim against the at-fault driver. The at-fault driver could be the driver of the vehicle you were in or that of another vehicle involved in the accident. Passengers rarely have to worry about proving liability, but determining what

Top 5 Things Insurance Companies Don’t Want You To Know

When you are injured in an accident, you will likely come into contact with an insurance company that represents the individual or business responsible. Insurance companies will go to great lengths to make it seem that they are on your side and care about your well-being above all else. It is important to always remember

Signs of Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

There are nearly two million Americans that live in long-term care or skilled nursing facilities. Residents in these facilities are dependent on the staff to provide care and services which makes them vulnerable to abuse, neglect, and exploitation. Often, nursing home residents who are suffering abuse or neglect may be fearful or incapable of speaking

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