Blog Posts in July, 2018

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  • Long on Physicians' Radar: Trampoline Injury Concerns
    Long on Physicians' Radar: Trampoline Injury Concerns

    “Can we keep it, dad?” That recent query from the children of an orthopedic surgeon concerning a background trampoline featured at a home the family just purchased was met by a resounding and ...

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  • What's Going on with Ongoing Takata Air Bag Recall Saga?
    What's Going on with Ongoing Takata Air Bag Recall Saga?

    Some vehicle-linked safety recalls are comparatively limited in scope and not closely tied to dire life-and-death issues for consumers in Indiana, the United States and across the globe. Others most ...

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  • When Does a Fatal Accident Become an Instance of Wrongful Death?
    When Does a Fatal Accident Become an Instance of Wrongful Death?

    If a loved one has died at the hands of another, there can be a lot of variation in what the court may charge the guilty individual with. It can be confusing for the family of a lost loved one not to ...

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  • New Pedestrian-Protective Initiative Commenced on IU Campuses
    New Pedestrian-Protective Initiative Commenced on IU Campuses

    It’s not a huge campaign by any means, but it is an obviously sincere commitment and intended as far more than symbolic. And it is visible, which Indiana University officials, state regulators and ...

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  • SUVs' Increased Popularity Poses Clear Risks for Pedestrians
    SUVs' Increased Popularity Poses Clear Risks for Pedestrians

    Older residents of Indianapolis and other cities and towns across the state likely never focused all that much when they were younger on potential risks to their safety every time they took a walk. ...

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