• Doctors Say E-Scooter Injuries On the Rise

      It's no surprise to anyone that the onslaught of E-scooters around Indianapolis presents a number of potential injury concerns. In a recent article the IndyStar reports that in the past two months, ...

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    • Major Fire-Risk Safety Recall for Top-Selling Hybrid Vehicle

      Consumers in Indiana and nationally reasonably expect that every product they purchase is safe and without the potential to cause serious or fatal injuries. That is true concerning every good and ...

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    • Should Your Teen Get a License as Soon as They Are Eligible?

      Families with teenagers that will soon be old enough to obtain a driver’s license often look forward to the day with excitement and nervousness. However, a recent article by WTHR suggests that less ...

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    • Indianapolis Named Top City for Bicycling

      Safety, friendliness, energy, and culture are the main factors that Bicycling Magazine contributes to their Best Bike Cities list. In October of 2018, Bicycle Magazine ran down their top 50 best ...

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    • Monon Trail Extended

      The Monon Trail has been extended about 24 miles from downtown Indianapolis to the Hamilton County city of Sheridan. "This has potential, and we can make it Indiana's trail," Westfield Mayor Andy Cook ...

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    • Safe-Use Tips with the Return of E-Scooters to Indianapolis

      They were here earlier in the summer. Then they disappeared. Now they are back. And with the return of e-scooters to the streets of Indianapolis comes increased concern about safety. Advocates of this ...

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    • Indiana University Continues to Be at Forefront of TBI Research

      Reams of evidence indicate that brain injury rehabilitation and recovery for many victims is akin to a long journey aimed at finding one's way back home. Some people never get there. As we noted in an ...

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    • Indiana University at Center of New Advance in TBI Research

      Traumatic brain injury is a complex and most challenging medical condition. It cannot be seen in the way that many other maladies can be, of course. Moreover, third parties are often prone to ...

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    • 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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    • Twin Boys, Sister Killed by Pickup Truck at Northern Indiana School Bus Stop

      Our hearts go out to the families affected by the tragic events that happened this morning in northern Indiana. Twin boys and their big sister were killed and a fourth child was flown to the hospital ...

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    • Liability and Chartered Tour Bus Accidents

      When visiting a tourist destination, it’s not uncommon to utilize a chartered tour bus. These large vehicles are an efficient way to get sizable groups of people from one place to another, and they’re ...

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    • It's Time for the First Day of School Hoosiers - Do You Know When to Stop for a School Bus?

      As thousands teachers, parents, students, and 16,000 buses across Indiana prepare for the first day of school, local law enforcement and Tabor Law Firm would like to remind motorists of school bus ...

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    • Driving While Fatigued Is a Form of Distracted Driving

      Whether it’s getting up early to drop off the kids at school or starting the daily commute to the office, most adults drive while feeling drowsy. It often feels inevitable due to our busy schedules ...

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    • 10 Tips to End Distracted Driving

      The dangers of distracted driving are pretty well known at this point. But according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,450 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes involving ...

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    • Poll on Distracted Driving: These Results Are Hardly Surprising

      Car-crash avoidance is an elevated concern for Indiana safety regulators that never goes away. And while officials make unflagging efforts to reduce accidents across the state, they deal with one ...

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    • E-Cigarette Causes Attorney's Pant to Catch Fire While Defending Alleged Arsonist

      On Wednesday afternoon a Miami, Florida criminal defense lawyer's pants caught on fire as he was about to begin his closing arguments in an arson case. The attorney had been fiddling in his pocket, ...

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    • Grant Theil Named Player of the Game for Air Force Football

      A member of the Tabor Law Firm family had a very big Veterans Day weekend. Grant Theil, the nephew of Managing Partner Jeff Tabor, made his first career start for Air Force football Saturday versus ...

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    • 2018 Trick or Treat Times

      Tabor Law Firm wishes everyone a safe and Happy Halloween! We've compiled a list of all available Trick or Treat times throughout Indiana. All times are Oct 31st unless stated otherwise. Anderson: ...

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    • Roy T. Tabor Has Been Nominated and Accepted as a 2018 AIOPIA'S 10 Best in Indiana For Client Satisfaction

      The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of Indiana's Personal Injury Attorney Roy T. Tabor as 2018 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for Client ...

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    • Tabor Law Firm's Proud Support of the Indiana State Police Alliance

      For the past eight years, Tabor Law Firm has proudly presented a $5,000 check to the Indiana State Police Alliance to help underwrite the cost of printing the annual Indiana State Police day planners ...

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    • Our Condolences to Michael Bennett, the City of Jasper, and the Indiana State Police Community

      Tabor Law Firm would like to extend our sincerest condolences to Michael Bennett's family, friends, and the entire Indiana State Police community. This past Friday, August 25th, Jasper, Indiana's ...

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    • Indiana Ranks 4th in the Nation for Having the Highest Number of Railroad Grade Crossing Incidents

      In an effort to remind motorists to drive with extra caution when near railroad tracks, a safety blitz was conducted in Lake County at a high traffic railroad crossing by the Indiana State Police ...

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    • Safety Regulators Seek Upgraded Protections for Motorcyclists

      Anti-lock brakes have been standard equipment on all American passenger vehicles for nearly a generation. Eighteen years following their passenger vehicle debut though, these enhanced ...

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    • Accident-Avoidance Technology Now Turning to Motorcycles

      It shouldn’t come as front-page news that safety technology being applied to passenger vehicles is now morphing over to motorcycles as well. Some people might even question why new developments along ...

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    • Indiana's Troubling Year-On-Year Spike in Motorcycle Fatalities

      Did you notice as an Indiana resident the campaign conducted in April focused on distracted driving ? State motorcyclists are certainly hoping that most passenger-vehicle drivers across the state did. ...

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    • 2018 Trick or Treat Times

      Tabor Law Firm wishes everyone a safe and Happy Halloween! We've compiled a list of all available Trick or Treat times throughout Indiana. All times are Oct 31st unless stated otherwise. Anderson: ...

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    • 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

      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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Are Vaping's Potential Benefits Offset by Risky Batteries?

      Do you vape? According to government statistics, the use of electronic cigarettes is on the rise. As of 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported at least 9 million U.S. adults ...

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    • Beware Slip-And-Fall Injuries During the Winter

      Winter in Indiana: It's a time of gently falling snowflakes, mugs of hot chocolate, sleigh bells and... slip-and-fall injuries ? Without a doubt, winter is one of the most hazardous times of the year ...

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    • Bullets failing to stay inside Precision Gun Range's property grounds creating danger for Indiana families

      Police are investigating the origin of bullets that have struck at least two homes over the past few weeks in Spencer, IN. The two homes that have been confirmed to have been struck by bullets are ...

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    • Super Bowl Party Hosts and Guests- what you need to know about liability before this weekend

      Super Bowl Sunday! American's are gearing up to watch the big game with plenty of snack foods-and for those of age-booze. As a nation, those snacks are consumed along with 325 million gallons of beer. ...

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    • Researchers Cautious yet Optimistic Regarding New SCI Research Findings

      Research into spinal cord injuries is vastly complex. That is for obvious reasons, stresses a recent article on that subject from the publication Scientific American. The biggest challenge as noted in ...

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    • 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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    • Spinal Cord Research in Spotlight at Purdue University

      A spinal cord injury is a complex and serious ailment. Often testing - and sometimes exceeding - the bounds of medical knowledge and known treatments. The established personal injury firm of Tabor Law ...

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    • Quite a Day for Indianapolis Metro Area Train/Car Collisions

      Monday served as a perfect and alarming example of why Indiana safety regulators are constantly concerned about train movements and safety on tracks across the state. A Greenwood police official ...

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    • 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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    • Sleep Apnea Testing

      On Feb 6th, the National Transportation Safety Board concluded that the 2016 and 2017 train crashes in Hoboken, New Jersey and Brooklyn, New York occurred because the train engineers fell asleep. The ...

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    • 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’ “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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    • IN Truck Traffic Even More Dangerous When Diverting from Usual Roads

      You might well be an Indiana motorist who routinely drives on county roads for the simple reason that they are your customary conduits for traveling between home, the workplace and your kids' schools. ...

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    • Federal Report Underscores Work-Related Fatal Accident Outcomes

      We note on our website at the proven Indianapolis personal injury firm of Tabor Law that "the causes of wrongful death are varied." It is hard to overstate that. The negligence and otherwise ...

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    • Consultant Files Suit After Brain Injury on Construction Site

      Anyone in the Greater Indianapolis area who knows someone suffering from severe head trauma likely understands the long term impact on that person's life. Even when the victim is lucky enough to ...

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    • I-69 Construction Delay Has Now Become More Than Just a Traffic Nightmare

      The two year I-69 construction delay has now become more than just a traffic nightmare- It's costing motorists, and even Hoosiers their lives. Since construction began at the end of 2014, crashes on ...

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    • 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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    • 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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    • Will Indiana Legislators Respond in Wake of School Bus Tragedy?

      An Indiana lawmaker noting a horrific traffic outcome that recently occurred in the state notes that, "Tragedies lead to people taking action." Yes, they sometimes do. That is hopefully the case in ...

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