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How Does Business Interruption Insurance work?

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

For every type of insurance, there are countless subsets and optional additions. The scope of coverage for all of the various types of insurance can be dense, difficult to navigate, and hard to value. Businesses typically have property or casualty insurance as well as general liability insurance, and many business owners understand they have… Read More »

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Common Personal Injury Claims in IN

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

A personal injury or tort claim arises when one person is injured as a result of someone else’s negligent, reckless, or malicious behavior. There is a wide range of personal injury claims, but each of them fundamentally breaks down to one person owing a duty of care to another person, the responsible party breaching… Read More »

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I’m Not in the Roundup Settlement; Can I Still Sue?

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

Bayer has been in the news after paying out one of the largest civil settlements in the history of the United States in connection with injury claims tied to Roundup weed killer. Read on to learn about the Roundup claims and the settlement, and about your options if you or a loved one has… Read More »

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Bad Faith Insurance Claims: Are Punitive Damages Available?

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

When you pay for an insurance policy, you’re purchasing peace of mind. Whether it’s a homeowner insurance policy or health insurance, it is important that you as a paying customer can trust that your insurer will provide the coverage you deserve if the worst-case scenario comes to pass. To help ensure that insurers provide… Read More »

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Indy Crash Sends Car Flying Over Traffic, Exit Ramp

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

Car accidents happen all the time. It’s not every day, however, that a car crash sends a car literally flying through the air over other vehicles on the road. A terrifying car accident that recently took place on the Indianapolis south split did just that, causing the vehicle to soar over the exit ramp…. Read More »

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How Long Does a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Take in Indiana?

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

If you have been hurt by a negligent doctor, the case likely seems open-and-shut in your mind. You went to the doctor and you walked out worse off than when you started. Unfortunately, in the eyes of the law, claims are rarely so easy to resolve. Pursuing a medical malpractice case can take time,… Read More »

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Study Finds Automakers Delay Recalls Until They Can “Hide” Their Recall

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

Automobiles have a lot of moving, complicated parts. Consumers cannot be expected to understand the intricacies of their cars or be able to review all of the component parts in order to identify any defects. We rely on manufacturers and their engineers to sell us vehicles that will not unexpectedly fail. When an engine,… Read More »

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Steps to File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in Indiana?

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

Medical malpractice cases are among the most complex types of personal injury lawsuits. Indiana law, in particular, requires plaintiffs to fulfill a variety of steps and adhere to special rules when bringing claims for medical malpractice. Read on to learn about filing a medical malpractice lawsuit in Indiana, and speak with an Indianapolis medical… Read More »

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Dog Leash Laws: How Do They Work With Indiana’s Dog Bite Law?

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

Each state has its own rules concerning when dog owners are liable for biting other people. Indiana law offers some leeway to pet owners but is still willing to hold them liable when they should have known better. Indiana’s various leash laws may also come into play. Read on to learn how Indiana’s dog… Read More »

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Risks of Riding a Motorcycle Without a Helmet

By Lee Cossell & Crowley, LLP |

Many people ride motorcycles because of the feeling of freedom. For some riders, wearing a helmet seems contrary to that freedom and abandon. Wearing a helmet, however, can be the difference between an accident simply being an unpleasant experience and an accident causing a life-changing or life-threatening injury. Below, we discuss the risks of… Read More »

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