Blog Posts in October, 2019

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  • 2019 Halloween Safety Tips
    2019 Halloween Safety Tips

    It’s the most spooky time of year! Kids are dressing up in their favorite costumes and spending time with family and friends trick or treating! Although everyone loves to haul in the candy, the most ...

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  • LaGrange Bicyclist Killed After Being Struck by Two Vehicles
    LaGrange Bicyclist Killed After Being Struck by Two Vehicles

    A bicyclist has passed away after being struck by two drivers along a LaGrange County roadway early Tuesday. Police and medics were called around 5:25 AM to an address at 1425 S 00 EW, just south of ...

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  • Legislation Would Increase Minimum Insurance Coverage Required for Trucking Companies
    Legislation Would Increase Minimum Insurance Coverage Required for Trucking Companies

    Federal law currently only requires commercial trucking companies to carry $750,000 in liability insurance. New legislation submitted by U.S. House Reps. Jesus G. "Chuy" Garcia of Illinois and Matt ...

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  • Central Noble Schools Bus Tips Over with 30 Students Onboard
    Central Noble Schools Bus Tips Over with 30 Students Onboard

    A school bus carrying 31 students went off the road and tipped over in northeastern Indiana Tuesday morning WANE TV reports. According to the Noble County Sheriff’s Department, the crash happened ...

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  • Do I Need an Attorney to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
    Do I Need an Attorney to File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

    The unexpected loss of a loved one can be one of the hardest things a family ever has to go through. Adding on top of that the complexities and emotional pain of a wrongful death lawsuit can make life ...

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  • Hit-and-Run Severely Injures Fort Wayne Bicyclist
    Hit-and-Run Severely Injures Fort Wayne Bicyclist

    Another Indiana bicyclist is the victim of a hit and run. Fort Wayne Police say the incident happened at the intersection of Washington Boulevard and Jackson Street around 1:00 a.m. Sunday. Police say ...

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