Warning: There could be a Time Bomb in Your Car | Tauber Law

July 19, 2016

Now, a product designed to keep you safe in your car or truck, is proving to be potentially dangerous for millions. If you haven’t heard this on the national and local news, read about it now. This is all about the largest airbag recall in U.S. history; one that has already caused dozens of injuries…

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This is the Time: Fatalities Involving Teen Drivers Climb High | Tauber Law

July 15, 2016

Now that Memorial Weekend is past and we are well into June, this is the time when teen drivers killed on the highways reach all-time highs.  The AAA issued a news release at the first of this month (June 1, 2016), “Over the past five years, more than 5,000 people have been killed in crashes…

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Roads Even More Deadly in 2015 | Tauber Law

July 10, 2016

This is is the time of year when motorists hit the highways in heavy numbers because of vacations and other activities.  It follows that this is also the deadliest time. According to preliminary figures just out this month from the National Safety Council (NSC), traffic fatalities increased nationally by a shocking 7% in 2015 as compared with…

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Our 2016 Safe Summer Checklist For Kids & Parents | Tauber Law

June 28, 2016

It’s officially here. For the kids, summertime should be full of fun and made of memories. Too often it is not. The National Safe Kids Campaign estimates that every year, one in four kids ages 14 and younger will sustain an injury that requires medical attention. 40% of all injury-related emergency room visits, and 42%…

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Summer Camp – Be Prepared | Tauber Law

June 12, 2016

The kids are excited. Another school year has gone by, and many children are off to summer camp. There is vital information to keep in mind regarding summer camps.  You want to make the experience a happy and safe one and provide a source of fond, life-long summer memories – and make it worry-free for you. First,…

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May 15, 2016
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Good Reasons to Carry an Umbrella | Tauber Law

May 6, 2016

On a rainy day you carry an umbrella for protection.  However, every day you should carry another kind of umbrella — an umbrella insurance policy, for a more serious type of protection. There are basically two reasons to have umbrella insurance. First, it’s necessary to protect you against liability.   A few examples: If you are a landlord…

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April is Awareness Month for Distracted Driving Dangers | Tauber Law

April 23, 2016

How many times have you seen this while driving? How about that man shaving while driving?   A  smoker fishing for a lighter?  Not to mention people texting and using cell phones while driving?   Let’s admit it, many of us have done it from time to time. Bottom line:  Distracted driving is mighty dangerous. Finally, states…

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April 19, 2016

Way back in 1975, Indiana was the first state to enact malpractice reform legislation. That was a landmark move, but a cap on how much Hoosier victims can collect has been a burden in many malpractice cases ever since.  Some recent progress has eased this burden. Last month (March) lawmakers voted to increase the cap…

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March 3, 2016

In our previous article we discussed the importance of getting the help from a highly experienced real estate attorney when making a transaction. When purchasing or selling a business, a carefully crafted Asset Purchase Agreement is extremely important. Let’s say you want to buy a business. What are you really buying? You need to get…

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March 1, 2016

As the seasons change, lots of folks start thinking about putting their house on the market. Maybe you’re thinking of selling or buying a house or property on your own to avoid having to pay a real estate commission of 6-7%. Many people have done it successfully. Maybe you have. Most everyone would agree, though,…

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Tauber Law Office Argues Against the IHSAA Regarding Sanctions Against Schools | Tauber Law

February 19, 2016

Case Summary During a February 2015 boys varsity basketball game between Griffith High School and Hammond High School, an on-court fight broke out involving players. The Commissioner of the Indiana High School Athletic Association (“IHSAA”) sanctioned both schools as a result. The sanctions included canceling the remainder of the schools’ seasons, suspending them from participation…

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Big Trucks Can Mean Big Trouble | Tauber Law

January 25, 2016

Already in this New Year, we’re hearing about many tragic accidents involving big trucks in our region – and already some fatalities.   If a big truck hits your vehicle, you are usually the loser considering the monster size and weight of an 18-wheeler versus a passenger car or motorcycle. The statistics are a bit staggering…

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