After you have been injured in an accident, finding a personal injury lawyer to help with the legal issues is important. However, there are several other things you will want to do while you are healing and recouping from your situation. Make sure you keep the following tips in mind if you have received a personal injury: Seek medical attention.
On the afternoon of January 25, a pedestrian was hit on I-465 Southbound. The situation is quite unique in that the man had stopped his vehicle on the shoulder of the road and had proceeded to strip as he walked down the roadway. By the time the man walked into traffic and was hit, he was naked.
Knowing how to quickly get your car unstuck from snow or mud means not having to wait on the side of the road or in a parking lot for a tow truck to arrive. If the snow is coming down hard, the tow services will already have their hands full and the wait may be a long one. If your location is fairly remote, your wait for a tow could be even longer.
Those injured by car accidents are often left with more than just physical scars. Sometimes the emotional toll of suffering through an accident can be just as debilitating as the physical one. Stress and anxiety that result from personal injury are non-economic damages that are often referred to as pain and suffering.
Two men suffered internal injuries after a recent rear-end crash in Howard County. The crash happened when one man slowed down on Indiana 26 and was preparing to make a left-hand turn. His vehicle was rear-ended by another man. Rear-end accidents can result in serious injuries and can even be fatal, but there are steps you can take to reduce your chances of being involved in one.
On January 15, several young adults were involved in a one-vehicle rollover accident. The 23-year-old driver swerved to avoid hitting a large tarp in the road. Unfortunately, the driver lost control of the vehicle and the vehicle rolled several times into the median, causing injury to the driver and front seat passenger.