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Types of personal injury accidents that cause herniated discs

One of the most common injury-types our personal injury clients sustain is a herniated disc. And unless you have ever been diagnosed with a herniated disc, it is likely you are unfamiliar with how exactly the injury occurs and what effects it can have on a person's...

Deaths caused by cars running red lights reaches 10-year high

According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a 2008-2017 study that tracked ‘wrongful deaths caused by drivers running red lights’ has revealed the country has reached a 10-year high for these types of collisions, and Indiana is one of the leading offenders....

Should a car accident victim always go to the emergency room (ER)?

Before we discuss emergency room options for auto accident victims, it is important to know that Boulton Law Group does not manage our clients' medical care. We strongly encourage all accident victims to follow a licensed doctor's instructions with regard to their...

Common expenses, liens, and fees in a personal injury case

Ultimately, the attorney-client relationship is built upon questions and answers. If communication is strong, and expectations are clearly defined, the outcome of a case can be better than the client even anticipated. For this reason, Boulton Law Group was built upon...

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