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Indiana Motorcycle Helmet Laws – Is It Time For A Change?
William W. Hurst, Indianapolis
Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Accidents involving motor vehicles are among the most common causes of serious injury and death in the United States each year. Despite the advancements in technology and significant safety improvements in cars and in the design of roads, automobile accidents remain quite common. In fact, car accident claims and lawsuits are probably the most common type of civil tort case filed by attorneys today.
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With about 20 kids on my block all about the same age, my street will look like a parking lot in a few years as they all get their drivers licenses. I also wonder what my lawn will look like as my house is at the end of the cul-de-sac. How many of these distracted teenagers will leave tread marks in my grass? With the invention of smartphones and the obsession with texting and social media use, the risk of a distracted teen behind the wheel increases.Read More