Wrongful Death

More Car Accidents Are Caused By Rain Than Any Other Weather Condition

by Steve Fleschner | April 10th, 2018

Spring showers may bring May flowers – but they also bring far too many wrecks. Learn how to keep yourself safe while driving in the rain. According to the US Department of Transportation, on average there are 1 million vehicular crashes each year due to wet pavement. These crashes unfortunately result in the death of…

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Am I personally liable for my child’s car accident?

by Caleb Fleschner | April 3rd, 2018

Am I personally liable for my child’s car accident? As a parent, one of the scariest moments is when your child is gets behind the wheel of a car for the first time. One of the many things that are probably running through your head as they pull out of the driveway is whether you…

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Indiana Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed In Connection To Fatal Fort Wayne Shooting

by Staff | November 20th, 2013

November 20, 2013 When an individual is killed as the result of another person’s error or negligence, the family of the victim may have a right to attempt to hold the party responsible for damages. The Indiana Wrongful Death Attorneys with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin explain the father of a young man who was…

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Indiana Tractor-Trailer Crash Leaves One Dead and Two Others Injured

by fst | February 16th, 2012

A tractor-trailer driver was killed and two others injured in a collision Tuesday morning along Interstate 70 in Hendricks County, Indiana.

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Helmets Save the Lives of Indiana Bikers

by fst | February 1st, 2012

While riding a motorcycle or moped can be an effective and efficient way of getting around town, they do present a greater risk of injury to the rider in the event of an accident.

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Drunk Driver Pleads Guilty To Fatal Indiana Car Accident

by fst | January 11th, 2012

Justice will soon be served for the family of a 28-year-old Terre Haute, Indiana, man who was killed when the drunk driver of the car he was riding in crashed.

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FDA Lowers Dosage Of Acetaminophen In Children’s Medications

by fst | January 4th, 2012

With changes recently being made by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to lower doses of acetaminophen in medications for adults, the agency is now tackling lowering the dosages of the drug in medications for children and infants.

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Vigo County Parks Implement New Safety Measures For Workers

by fst | December 7th, 2011

Following a fatal mowing accident earlier this year, the Vigo County Parks and Recreation Department in Indiana has implemented measures to improve safety for workers, as mandated by the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA).

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Car Crash Claims The Life Of An Illinois Toddler

by fst | November 30th, 2011

It is always tragic when a car crash happens and a person dies, but the level of heartbreak is always multiplied when an innocent child is the one taken. That was the case Monday in Teutopolis, Illinois, when a 2-year-old female toddler was killed when a tow truck struck the vehicle she was riding in.

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Free Cab Rides Home Thanksgiving Eve In Terre Haute

by fst | November 23rd, 2011

Thanksgiving Eve is a night most people arrive to visit and eat with friends and family the next day. Most people don’t have to work, and that can often lead to heavy drinking.

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