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What Auto Accidents Are Eligible for Personal Injury Cases?

2022-03-10T16:58:54+00:00

After experiencing an auto accident, you will want to know if you have a personal injury case on your hands. Not every motor vehicle accident requires you to involve a personal injury law firm. Sometimes accidents happen. Maybe your vehicle slid on the ice and crashed into a fence, or you hit a deer.

What Auto Accidents Are Eligible for Personal Injury Cases?2022-03-10T16:58:54+00:00

50/50 Custody in Indiana: What Does It Mean For Parental Rights?

2022-03-10T19:12:32+00:00

Child custody that splits parenting time more or less equally is also known as joint custody or shared physical custody. While society increasingly views roughly equal parenting time as the best way to protect the parental rights of both parents, Indiana courts must still

50/50 Custody in Indiana: What Does It Mean For Parental Rights?2022-03-10T19:12:32+00:00

The Differences Between Expunging F5 and F6 Felonies in Indiana

2022-03-10T17:10:04+00:00

Expungement removes your criminal record from public view. This can allow you to escape ongoing societal judgment for a past act. Your entanglement with the criminal justice system will cease to hang over your head every time you need to undergo a background check.

The Differences Between Expunging F5 and F6 Felonies in Indiana2022-03-10T17:10:04+00:00

How Much Does an OWI Cost in Indiana?

2022-03-10T17:10:24+00:00

An arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Indiana will have a significant impact on your life.  You may face incarceration, license suspension and fines.  If you find yourself in this position, it is imperative that you hire an experienced OWI or DUI attorney that

How Much Does an OWI Cost in Indiana?2022-03-10T17:10:24+00:00

Here Is What To Do If You’ve Been Accused Of A Crime In Indiana

2022-03-10T17:10:40+00:00

Accused of a crime in Indiana? When you first learn about criminal allegations against you, shock is a normal reaction. You'll then worry about prosecution and what penalties the state might impose on you. Your instincts might tell you to explain the truth to authorities. Unfortunately, this is not what you want to do.  Be polite and follow officer commands, but do not make any admission or statements until you speak with an experienced OWI attorney.

Here Is What To Do If You’ve Been Accused Of A Crime In Indiana2022-03-10T17:10:40+00:00
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