We note a most basic point at the long-tenured and trial-tested personal
injury Tabor Law Firm in Indianapolis, namely, that “the causes of
wrongful death are varied.”
The firm’s lawyers routinely work resolutely and with due empathy on
individuals and family members who have tragically lost loved ones as a
result of third-party negligence occurring across many realms. Those range widely from fatal outcomes relating
to defective products and medical malpractice acts/omissions to deaths
caused by substandard conditions and behaviors at the workplace or in
A recent reminder from multiple entities operating under the oversight
of the Indiana State Police (ISP) underscores for readers the additional
scourge that results on streets and highways across the state from negligent
And that is writ large — in a most literal sense — in instances where
drivers of outsized commercial vehicles like tractor trailers and 18-wheel
rigs fail to duly follow safety standards that help them avoid accidents
or reduce the post-crash downsides for others when they do occur.
ISP investigators and law enforcers are currently operating a so-called
“seat belt enforcement blitz” that runs through the end of this
month, which one media publication notes is “aimed at reducing the
number of CMV [commercial motor vehicle] crashes through seat belt enforcement
The merits of such a campaign are many and obvious, given that a commercial
trucker not fully safe behind the wheel is a nemesis to every other motorist
and passenger on the road.
The ISP states that, notwithstanding the educational focus of its initiative,
drivers out of compliance need to be forewarned that they will pay a price
for lax safety in their cabs through issued tickets.
It’s easy to applaud that, especially for proven legal advocates who
often see the sad results of negligent driving behavior and other careless conduct.
We invite readers with personal injury-related questions to
contact the Tabor Law Firm for candid and tailored guidance that is fully responsive to their concerns.