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Personal Injury Articles

Personal Injury Articles

The following articles have been authored by our attorneys to provide general information on issues of importance in personal injury law. The content of the articles is not intended to serve as legal advice specific to your case. For legal advice, please contact us using the contact box at the bottom of this page.

Can a Passenger Recover if the Accident was Caused by their Own Driver?   by Amy C. Van Ostrand      July 2017

What to do if You are Involved in a Motorcycle Accident   by: Amy C. Van Ostrand   June 2017

Make Sure You’re Protected if an Uninsured or Underinsured Driver Injures You  by Amy C. Van Ostrand     January 2016

You Are In An Indiana Car Accident: What Do You Do? by: Dawn E. Wellman December 2014

Using Expert Witnesses In Personal Injury Cases by Kevin G. Harvey August, 2012

Recovering Compensation After A Devastating Injury by Kevin G. Harvey July, 2012

To Wave, Not to Wave, or to Wave Haphazardly . . . That is the Question. by Michael C. Cooley March, 2012

Auto Insurance: What Coverages Do I Need? by Eric N. Allen July, 2011

PLEASE NOTE: Articles published by Allen Wellman McNew Harvey, LLP, are written for the purpose of providing general legal information, only. The facts of each case or situation are unique, and in some instances the general information in an article may not be applicable or may not apply as described in the article. For advice that is specific to your particular situation, please schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys. The provision of information in articles is not intended to and does not create an attorney-client relationship.