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Why You Need the Help of an Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyer

When you get hurt in an accident and it isn’t your fault, your entire world gets turned upside down. You’re facing serious injuries that can take years, even a lifetime from which to recover, and you have mounting medical bills. Meanwhile, you’re unable to work and your social life has become untenable due to the … Continued

Christmas Tree Safety: What you Need to Know

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), approximately 210 homes experience a fire each year because of their Christmas trees. The fires caused by trees resulted in over $16 million in property damage each year. As you begin preparing for the holiday season, keep the following tips and suggestions in mind. Tips to Keep … Continued

Be Safe This Winter with These Tips

Whether you are ready or not, winter will be arriving very soon. Along with the holiday season, we will have cold and flu season, winter weather driving hazards, and much colder weather. Below are tips for surviving some of the brutal effects of winter in Indiana. Tips for a Healthy Winter To decrease your risk … Continued

Safety Tips You Should Know for this Thanksgiving

Whether you are staying at home cooking for your family or you plan to travel this Thanksgiving Holiday, The Ken Nunn Law Office wishes you a very Happy Thanksgiving. We also wish you a safe holiday. With that in mind, below are several Thanksgiving Safety tips for you to keep in mind as you share … Continued

When a Drunk Driver Hits a Pedestrian

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released its 2015 Traffic Safety Facts for Alcohol-Impaired Driving at the end of last year. According to the figures compiled by the NHTSA, an alcohol-impaired-driving fatality occurred every 51 minutes in 2015. During 2015, 10,265 people died in drunk driving accidents in the United States. This number represented … Continued

Safety Tips: Avoid Accidents During a Street Festival

Drivers must use extra caution when driving through areas where large crowds are expected, such as a festival, fair, or another event. For example, a driver should drive slower than the posted speed limit when approaching an area where crowds are present. If a driver fails to use caution, the driver can be charged even … Continued