What the Insurance Company Doesn’t Want You to Know About Your Accident

If you’ve been involved in an accident, you will likely have to deal with insurance companies. Ideally, they would work with you to ensure your needs are met completely. The unfortunate reality is that insurance companies will do about everything in their power to avoid paying out your personal injury claim. Here are some things

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After a DUI: Next Steps

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI, make no mistake—time is not on your side. There are a number of issues you will need to address, and you must work quickly. Here is what you can expect to happen next after your arrest. Processing & Filing Charges After your arrest, it is likely that you

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Can I Appeal a Criminal Conviction in Indiana?

The court system is not perfect. There is always the possibility of mistakes being made, which includes unfairly convicting someone of a criminal offense. If you are a victim of an unfair conviction or a sentence that was extremely harsh, you may have an opportunity to successfully change the wrongful court conviction. After the conclusion

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Why You Should See a Doctor Right After an Accident

After being involved in a car accident, one of the most important steps you need to take is seeking immediate medical attention. While your doctor can determine the full extent of your injuries and help you make a full recovery, doctor visits can have a significant impact on your personal injury claim. Here are several

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Why You Should NOT Apologize After a Car Accident

In the aftermath of a car accident, it can be easy to feel shocked, frightened, and afraid. Due to feeling these overwhelming emotions, people may be inclined to say “sorry” as a natural reaction to unforeseen circumstances. Unfortunately, apologizing after a crash can have significant consequences regarding one’s ability to recover compensation for their damages

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When Are Plea Agreements Necessary?

According to an article by WSBT 22, the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s office files an estimated 1,500 felony charges every year – but the county itself only has four criminal judges to try each case. In an effort to save time, the scarcity of resources has prosecutors and defense attorneys seeking ways to resolve cases

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