Blog Posts in March, 2018

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  • Self-Driving Trucks Coming, Yes, but Fear Surrounds Them Presently
    Self-Driving Trucks Coming, Yes, but Fear Surrounds Them Presently

    A recent national news report notes that many veteran truck drivers in Indiana and nationally will likely end up retiring before they see radical tech-related change occurring in their industry. Most ...

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  • 3 Feet Law Protects Cyclists in Ohio
    3 Feet Law Protects Cyclists in Ohio

    If you're riding within three feet of a cyclist you now may be violating a new statute designed to make the roads safer for bicyclists in Ohio. HB 154, which passed in December, makes Ohio one of more ...

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  • Things Sometimes Unclear in the Wake of a Motor Vehicle Accident
    Things Sometimes Unclear in the Wake of a Motor Vehicle Accident

    It is likely that at some point our readers across Indiana will be involved in a motor vehicle crash. They may think that they're uninjured just after the incident. And it is just as likely that some ...

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  • Train Safety Focus, Implementation Always Relevant in Indiana
    Train Safety Focus, Implementation Always Relevant in Indiana

    Many people in a state commonly called the Crossroads of America pay attention to safety-linked discussions concerning passenger transportation. Indiana is a national hub for all manner of traffic ...

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  • Pedestrian Fatalities Increase Again in 2017
    Pedestrian Fatalities Increase Again in 2017

    One of the first things most people learn is to look both ways before crossing the street. It’s good, timeless advice, even in an era when children learn how to finger swipe a touch screen before ...

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  • Who's Liable for a School Shooting?
    Who's Liable for a School Shooting?

    Tragic incidents like the one that took place in Parkland, Florida can happen anywhere with little to no warning signs. Those events changed the lives of everyone affected forever. With school ...

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