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  • 144 Law Enforcement Officers Died in the Line of Duty in 2018
    144 Law Enforcement Officers Died in the Line of Duty in 2018

    Tabor Law Firm in Indianapolis serves as the official personal injury and wrongful death attorneys for both the Indiana State Police Alliance and Indiana Sheriffs’ Association. We understand the ...

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  • America’s Maternal Outcomes Need to Be Improved, Part 2
    America’s Maternal Outcomes Need to Be Improved, Part 2

    We note a sad and tragic point concerning American health care delivery in a recent Tabor Law blog post. We note specifically in our December 1 entry that “more American women die during childbirth or ...

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  • When Should You Be Concerned About Your Parent in a Nursing Home?
    When Should You Be Concerned About Your Parent in a Nursing Home?

    It’s a sad fact that many of our parents need to find care in a comprehensive care facility – commonly called a nursing home. There are 552 comprehensive care facilities in Indiana as of Oct. 1, 2018, ...

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  • What Makes America's Delivery Rooms a Noted Risk for Mothers?
    What Makes America's Delivery Rooms a Noted Risk for Mothers?

    Wrongful death is unquestionably tragic. We note on our victims' personal injury website at Tabor Law in Indianapolis that, "One of the hardest things any family has to deal with is the unexpected ...

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  • NHTSA: Roadway Deaths a “Nuanced” Problem; Big Trucks a Concern
    NHTSA: Roadway Deaths a “Nuanced” Problem; Big Trucks a Concern

    A recent transportation industry article cites a statistic that is instantly sobering and dire. The publication Transport Topics states that “37,133 people died in auto crashes in 2017.” That figure ...

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  • Truckers'
    Truckers' "Bad Driving Habits" Reported Catalyst in Many Crashes

    Although federal safety regulators point to good news overall when it comes to motor vehicle crash statistics in the United States, their optimism does not extend to the legions of large trucks on ...

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