Now that we’re past the Memorial Day Weekend, we join those who call this time the ‘Unofficial Start of Summer.’ That means warmer weather and outdoor activities, especially in or on the water – a fun, wonderful and refreshing part of summer. This also reminds family of attorneys at Tauber Law Offices that it’s also…

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The 2019 National Work Zone Awareness Week happened just a few weeks ago in mid-April. This is an annual occasion when the Federal Highway Administration calls for safer driving, safer work zones. The mission of the week deserves our attention. “Safety is everyone’s responsibility, so please focus 100 percent on driving, be sober, be considerate…

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The old adage says “His bark is worse than his bite” when referring to dogs.  Not always.  As you might expect, the Pit Bull, the Rottweiler, and the German Shepherd are among the top culprits when it comes to biting people.  Still, even nice dogs have been known to bite. “Even good dogs have bad…

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Other than the inevitable blips on the radar, we can finally assume that spring has sprung.  The air is fresh, April showers bring those May flowers, kids are back outside playing and riding their bikes, it’s time for a picnic, and the Cubs are back in action.  Or the White Sox, if you prefer. Speeds…

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Motorists on I-465 around Indianapolis faced a frustrating delay late last month as truckers staged what they called a “slow roll protest.” During the midday hours, nearly two-dozen drivers participated as a result of their disagreement with federally mandated electronic logging of hours. For well over a year, truckers have been required to use electronic…

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There have been far too many tragedies involving innocent children getting on and off school buses.   Sadly, many of these incidents are caused by drivers who ignore the stop arms on the buses and ultimately seriously injure or even kill a child. Indiana drivers now could face tougher penalties for passing stopped school buses under…

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From sub-zero temperatures and wind chills to spring like conditions approaching 60 degrees in less than a week.   What season is it anyway?   Not to break anybody’s spring fever, and even though the official start of spring is just a little over a month away, fact is, there is still plenty of winter to come.…

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Many people are diagnosed with mesothelioma, cancers and other diseases resulting from asbestos exposure. It is common that the original exposure happened even decades ago. Well before the turn of the 20th century, two of our closest neighbors – Gary and Chicago – were among the top manufacturing centers in the nation. The steel plants…

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At Tauber Law Office, a slogan we often use is “We May Meet by Accident.” While we would rather meet you under happier circumstances, the reality is that we are always there for people who have suffered through the fault of others – whether it be a car or truck crash, or victim of a…

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At Tauber Law Office, a slogan we often use is “We May Meet by Accident.”  While we would rather meet you under happier circumstances, the reality is that we are always there for people who have suffered through the fault of others – whether it be a car or truck crash, or victim of a…

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