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How much is my Indiana car accident injury case REALLY worth?

At some point following a serious car accident, every victim will eventually want to know what his or her personal injury claim is REALLY worth. For more than 20 years, attorney Matt Boulton has been answering this question for car accident victims throughout the...

The truth about MIST cases and soft-tissue neck and back injuries

Let’s begin with a scenario: You are sitting at a stoplight in downtown Indianapolis. Before the light turns green you hear the sound of screeching tires directly behind you. Your body instantly tenses, your hands grip the steering wheel. You brace for impact. And...

Top 6 BIG mistakes injured people make after their accident

Most of us will be lucky enough in our lives to avoid a major accident or mistake that causes serious personal injury. However, each of us also likely knows of a family member or friend that had their life turned upside down by an injury-related misfortune. Whether it...

Halloween safety tips for Indiana trick-or-treaters and parents

Indiana's leaf-covered lawns signal the Fall season for all Hoosiers, but for children it represents something much greater. As October winds down, youngsters throughout our state are prepping for perhaps the greatest kid-holiday of the year: Halloween! It is a time...

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