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  • Wheel Failure Results in Fatality
    Wheel Failure Results in Fatality

    A wheel which came off a vehicle traveling southbound on I-65 and resulted in the fatality of a northbound motorist. The preliminary investigation reveals that at approximately 12:50 pm on January ...

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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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  • 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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  • Will Indiana Legislators Respond in Wake of School Bus Tragedy?
    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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  • OSHA Addresses a Top-Tier Indiana Construction Injury Concern
    OSHA Addresses a Top-Tier Indiana Construction Injury Concern

    New safety initiatives authored by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration tend to receive close scrutiny in Indiana. There’s a clear reason for that, which we note on our website at ...

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