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  • Pain and suffering damages

    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.

  • Roommate under house arrest?

    If you have a roommate under house arrest, it can affect the rights of everyone in the household.

  • Estate Planning Pothole: not planning after remarriage

    An estate planning pothole easy to avoid is not reviewing your estate plan after a remarriage. Frequently, we see where Mom or Dad remarries and leaves everything to the second spouse. When the second spouse dies, his or her children inherit everything and the children from the first marriage receive nothing.

  • What is a portable breath test and is it admissable in court?

    Many people believe that they have not refused a breath test in their OWI cases because they took a portable breath test at scene of the traffic stop. However, the portable breath tests results are only admissible to establish probable cause for an arrest. Portable breath test results are not admissible at trial because these tests have not been approved by the Indiana Department of Toxicology as being scientifically reliable. Therefore, even if you take the portable field test, you still are required to take the certified breath test at the police station or jail if requested by the police...