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New Developments in Treating Paraplegics

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 225,000 Americans are dealing with the effects of a spinal cord injury. It is estimated that between 10,000 and 12,000 Read More

The Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak at the JW Marriott in Chicago

Three people have died of Legionnaires' disease after they were exposed to the bacteria at the JW Marriott hotel in downtown Chicago. Approximately 10 people between the ages of 49 Read More

Don't Become a Statistic: Indiana Car Crash Records

Like all states, Indiana had its fair share of traffic crashes in 2010. In that year alone, 754 people lost their lives on Indiana roadways and 192,890 were injured or Read More

How Families Can Help a Brain Injured Loved One Recover — or At Least Improve

People who have suffered a traumatic brain injury need intensive therapy and support from family to recover to the best of their ability. For the best possible outcome, your injured Read More

Recent Lake Michigan Boat Accidents: An Overview of What Went Wrong

Several boaters were injured or killed on the lake in July of 2012, which stressed again the need for watercraft safety. In one incident, a 23-year-old Michigan woman’s leg was Read More

Injured on the Job? Follow These Steps

Workplace injuries are common. They are so common, in fact, that a system exists to help make sure that employees can get back on their feet and back to work Read More

How to File a Boating Accident Report

If you are in a boating accident, it's important to file a report as soon as possible to get the proper compensation. Reports must be made within 24 hours of Read More

Partly to Blame for Your Car Accident?

If you have been injured in a car accident, you may assume that you are unable to recover damages from the other party if you share blame for the collision. Read More

Compassionate, Expert Attorneys for Claims Against Railroads

Roughly 3,000 train accidents occur each year. Because of the size and weight of trains and their cargo, trains hitting cars or pedestrians and train derailments cause extensive damage and Read More

Leading Causes of Commercial Truck Accidents

If you have been injured in a commercial truck accident in which the truck driver is at fault, you may be eligible for more compensation than you think. Unfortunately, more Read More

Keeping Safe on Your Motorcycle

When Spring arrives in Indiana, bikers are more than ready to hop on a motorcycle and take a ride. A motorcycle can be a fun and convenient way to travel, Read More

Drunk Boating Prevention Policies Keep Summer Fun in Check

Alcohol is the cause for a fair amount of fatal accidents that occur in the summer while boating. Drivers who operate boats while intoxicated are just as dangerous as those Read More

An In-Depth Look At FELA

The Federal Employers Liability Act protects railroad workers in the event that they are injured on the job. This act, which the U.S. Congress passed in 1908, puts the burden Read More

What to Bring to Your Lawyer for Your TBI Case

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be a life-altering injury. It can stop you from interacting with loved ones, resuming your work or pursuing your passions. If you have suffered Read More

The Top 5 Boating Accident Causes on Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan can be treacherous. If you are out with boaters, you may notice that accidents often seem only moments away. The five circumstances below are those that most commonly Read More

Stand Your Ground

Self-defense or wrongful death? He liked computer games, hip-hop, and Miami Dolphin bed sheets.  His Twitter handle was Slimm.  He was a teenager who took care of his seven-year old cousin, Read More

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