How Much Does a Divorce Cost in Indiana?
Published in Family Law on May 23, 2019.
Going through the breakup of a marriage is never easy. Even in cases where the decision to end the relationship was mutual, you need an experienced divorce lawyer in Indiana to make sure your rights and interests are protected. One of the most frequent questions clients have concerns how much a divorce in Indiana costs. … continue reading
How Long Will I Go to Jail for Violating Probation?
Published in Criminal Law on May 21, 2019.
Sometimes, defendants in criminal cases are offered probation as part of a plea deal that takes the place of jail time. This can happen when the prosecutor or the judge do not feel that incarceration is warranted but that some form of supervision and possibly counseling are needed. When probation is ordered there is both … continue reading
Elements of a Premises Liability Claim
Published in Personal Injury on April 10, 2019.
Property owners owe certain duties to people who visit their land, and any failure to exercise proper care could make the landowner liable in a premises liability claim. At Eskew Law, we have helped many people who have slipped and fallen or been injured in other ways at businesses and on private property. To bring … continue reading
What is a Personal Injury Claim?
Published in Personal Injury on April 9, 2019.
Accidents happen, and when they do someone usually gets hurt. At Eskew Law, we are experienced personal injury lawyers who have been helping people receive compensation for decades. One question many of our clients have is, “What is a personal injury claim?” Put simply, personal injury is an area of law that deals with injuries … continue reading
What to Do after a Hit and Run in Indianapolis
Published in Personal Injury on April 3, 2019.
As a leading car accident law firm, we routinely receive emails and phone calls from people stating, “I was involved in a hit and run accident, what now?” This question is perfectly reasonable. After a hit and run, you probably are quite shaken up and don’t know what to do. Fortunately, there are steps you … continue reading
How to Get a Felony Expunged in Indiana
Published in Criminal Law on February 27, 2019.
Felony expungment in Indiana requires a petition to the Court to prove your eligibility. The process can be convoluted and difficult to navigate without an attorney who knows what they’re doing. Whether it was a simple mistake or error in judgment that led to your criminal conviction in Indiana, it is easy to understand why you … continue reading
FRAUD ALERT – Be Aware of Recent Fraudulent Phone Calls
Published in Uncategorized on January 30, 2019.
Recent Fraudulent Activity Eskew Law has received notice that there was a recent attempt to impersonate a lawyer from our firm. The person in question called demanding thousands in dollars in order to avoid criminal charges. This was an attempt at fraud, if you receive a call like this, you should hang up immediately. Don’t … continue reading
Statement from Noblesville West Middle School Shooter
Published in Criminal Law on November 5, 2018.
Noblesville West Middle School Shooter Statement Download PDF 11/5/2018 – Statement from Noblesville West Middle School Shooter “Sorry if I’m not a very good writer. What happened on May 25th was a tragedy. And, if I could, I would take it all back. I’m sorry to all the people I scared and hurt. I … continue reading
Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
Published in Personal Injury on August 9, 2018.
All doctors take the Hippocratic oath that states, “First, do no harm.” Unfortunately, far too many doctors are doing just that—injuring patients by making completely avoidable errors. According to researchers at Johns Hopkins, medical errors now make up the third leading cause of death in the country. An estimated 250,000 people die from medical negligence, … continue reading
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Suit in Indiana?
Published in Personal Injury on July 5, 2018.
Indiana’s wrongful death law allows family members to receive compensation when someone else is responsible for the death of a loved one. The purpose of the law is to force the person at fault to shoulder the financial burden of your loved one’s death. Read on for more information about how to bring a wrongful … continue reading