The screech of brakes. The crashing of metal. The breaking of glass. These are sound that no one wants to hear. But it happens sometimes, and when it does, according to the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, there are some very specific actions you should take.
A truck collision in northwest Indiana on September 6 has taken the life of Bernie Yvon, a 50-year-old Chicago singer, dancer and actor. The fatal event occurred shortly after 10 a.m. near the intersection of Broadmoor Avenue and Calumet Avenue in Munster. Responding officers arrived to find that a 2007 Freightliner tractor-trailer had ended up on top of the man’s Toyota.
This past summer, a truck driver heading north on the I-55 caused a pile up collision that resulted in the deaths of five people. Investigators have reported that not only was he driving 15 mph over the speed limit; he had also falsified the logbooks for his truck.
Roads and highways present areas where mishaps occur from time to time. Settling an automobile claim occurs when money is paid to the person who is considered the injured party with regard to the mishap.
The blood-thinning drug Xarelto has been linked to causing internal bleeding and strokes. If you or a loved one has taken Xarelto and suffered from these potentially grave side effects, don’t hesitate. Call Ken Nunn today to get the legal help you need to recover the compensation you deserve from taking this bad drug.
Can a certain stretch of road be more dangerous than another? Well, in the case of I-69, there certainly seems to be a stretch that is far more deadly than others. The numbers of fatal accidents on Interstate 69 between Madison and Delaware Counties has been increasing. In fact, five people have died on that bit of Interstate 69 since May alone.