Archive for August, 2010

18
Aug

Police officer involved in fatal Indianapolis motorcycle accident

August 18, 2010

August 12, 2010

An Indiana police officer who was involved in a fatal Indianapolis motorcycle accident had twice the legal limit of alcohol in his system at the time of the crash.

The Indianapolis Star reports that the accident happened around 11:20 a.m. when the officer was responding to a call and had his lights and sirens on. He struck the three motorcycles in the Indianapolis motorcycle accident. One man was killed and two others seriously injured.

Initial reports showed that the motorcycles failed to yield in the Indianapolis motorcycle accident.

If an officer is involved in an Indianapolis motorcycle accident with alcohol, the first offense is a 30-day suspension and the second results in termination.

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What do you think the penalty should be for an officer involved in an Indianapolis motorcycle accident with alcohol?

If you’ve been the victim in an Indianapolis motorcycle accident, the Indianapolis motorcycle accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

11
Aug

Police officer involved in South Bend auto accident

August 11, 2010

August 5, 2010

Do you stop when a police officer with his lights and sirens on is headed your way? The law requires that you yield to police and emergency vehicles, but a lot of people do not. That was the case in this South Bend auto accident.

The South Bend Tribune reports that a police officer was responding to reports of a South Bend auto accident involving injuries and approached an intersection with his lights and sirens activated. He even stopped at the intersection before proceeding. A Chevy Equinox SUV also entered the intersection and struck the squad car, setting off a chain reaction that struck three other vehicles in the South Bend auto accident.

The officer suffered minor injuries in the South Bend auto accident.

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If you have been injured in a South Bend auto accident, the South Bend auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

2
Aug

Fort Wayne broker charged with Indiana stock fraud

August 02, 2010

July 29, 2010

How do you know if the people you trust with your investments are legitimate?

The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette reports that another broker has been charged with Indiana stock fraud.

A local mortgage broker has been charged with conspiring to commit Indiana stock fraud as part of a multi-million dollar scheme. The man’s former employer is serving 11 years on similar charges.

If convicted of Indiana stock fraud, he could face many years in prison because his charges are both Class C and D felonies.

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If you think you have been the victim of Indiana stock fraud, the Indiana stock fraud lawyers at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.