Pain and suffering are two of the most important parts of a personal injury claim. Personal injury victims are entitled to recover damages for past and present pain and suffering from an accident plus any future pain and suffering they may experience.
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If you are hit by an uninsured or underinsured driver, you may not be able to be fully paid for your injuries. An uninsured driver is a driver with no insurance coverage at all. An underinsured driver is one with some coverage, but not enough to cover the damage caused by the traffic accident. In Indiana, being hit by uninsured or underinsured driver normally means that there is no or not enough money to fully compensate you for a serious injury.
To prevent this from happening to you, you should carry uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance that provides coverage for a claim against an un...
We discuss 5 factors that can impact a personal injury settlement. Take a look to learn how these 5 factors could affect you.
The Indiana comparative fault statute for personal injury cases provides that in each automobile accident the degrees of fault for every person who caused or contributed to the accident will be compared to one another. This usually includes all drivers in the accident though sometimes other people can be blamed for an accident.
What should you do in the event of a personal injury? People seriously injured in auto or motorcycle accidents frequently think that the insurance adjuster’s goal is to help them.