In July of 2013, two teens from Indiana were in Panama City looking for fun on the ocean during spring break. To take advantage of the warm waters and clear skies, the girls decided to go parasailing, but negligence on behalf of the parasailing company would nearly take the girls’ lives. It seems like they may be finally getting the compensation they deserve, however.
If you’ve been driving in Indiana in the past weeks, maybe even the past months, you’ve been encountering snow and ice. The bad news is that the road conditions are dangerous. The good news is at least your car is still running, something that you don’t want to take for granted when temperatures drop below freezing.
Indiana drivers were greeted by an ominous wall of white while they were driving last weekend. A “whiteout” left their visibility at nearly zero, and as car accident lawyers in Indianapolis, we know that’s a recipe for disaster… and this occasion was no exception. On Saturday, snow was being blown across roads at over 40mph, completely blotting out drivers’ views.
A few weeks ago we discussed a terrible accident that occurred when an overpass collapsed onto a section of Interstate 75. Many believed that the construction company behind the plans to demolish the overpass is responsible for the tragedy. They certainly don’t think so and have now responded to criticism.
Last year throughout Indiana, there were several accidents that involved railroads. Some of these accidents left people seriously injured and some even took lives. As personal injury lawyers in Indianapolis, we believe the problem has gone on for far too long, but it seems like some local mayors are finally making the problem a priority.
Hundreds of tons of concrete and heavy machinery tumbled onto Interstate 75 as an overpass collapsed last week. It was a northbound off-ramp to exit onto Hopple Street that ended up scattered across I-75, leaving a major amount of destruction. I-75 was indefinitely closed causing all traffic to be rerouted to I-275, I-71, or I-74.