What Happens When You Get a DUI?
Published in Criminal Law on May 9, 2022.
Getting arrested for a DUI in Indiana is a stressful experience. If this is your first DUI arrest, you may not know what to expect from the process. This uncertainty will only add to what is already a challenging time. Learning about the DUI process in Indiana can provide some much-needed relief. Eskew Law can … continue reading
How Long Will I Go to Jail for Violating Probation?
Published in Criminal Law on May 5, 2022.
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 does 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
How to Prepare for Your Divorce Consultation
Published in Family Law on May 3, 2022.
Scheduling an initial consultation with a divorce attorney is the first step toward getting a divorce. However, once you schedule a divorce consultation, it is important you know how to prepare for an initial consultation with a divorce attorney. Below are a few things you can do to get the most out of your consultation. … continue reading
Sexting Laws for Teens and Minors in Indiana
Published in Criminal Law on May 1, 2022.
“Sexting” refers to the use of electronic communications technology, such as cell phones and social media sites, to send or receive nude or sexually suggestive images, or videos through text messaging, social media, chat boards, or email. Indiana sexting laws place a particular focus on sexting as it relates to minors (under 18 or sometimes … continue reading
Should I Sign an Auto Accident Release Form or Authorization After an Accident?
Published in Personal Injury on January 21, 2022.
The process of dealing with another driver’s insurance company after an Indiana car accident is critical to obtaining fair compensation. Unfortunately, many accident victims are unfamiliar with this process. This can lead them to make understandable mistakes that can have grave consequences on the outcome of their claim. Thus, it is important to understand how … continue reading
Indiana’s “No Pay, No Play” Car Insurance Statute
Published in Personal Injury on January 17, 2022.
Almost every state in the country requires drivers to maintain some amount of car insurance. Indiana is no exception. In fact, if you are caught driving without insurance, Indiana police can issue you a ticket. Not only that, but drivers who have a history of driving without insurance may not be able to collect non-economic … continue reading
Indiana Car Accident Guide: Laws, Process, and Lawsuits
Published in Personal Injury on January 14, 2022.
If you’ve been injured in an Indiana car crash, you understand that the recovery process can be a bit overwhelming. Insurance policies are complicated, and trying to navigate an Indiana car accident lawsuit while recovering from your injuries is a lot to take on. Below are some basics about Indiana car accident lawsuits that are … continue reading
A Guide to Divorce Law in Indiana: 2022
Published in Family Law on January 7, 2022.
The thought of going through a divorce is stressful, and not just because it marks the end of a romantic relationship. Getting a divorce requires you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse to either agree on all the issues that must be resolved or have a court make these decisions for you. Because divorce laws in Indiana … continue reading
Minor in Possession of Alcohol Ticket in Indiana: Penalties and Remedies
Published in Criminal Law on January 3, 2022.
Minors are not allowed to consume or even possess alcohol. If the police catch a minor with alcohol, it can result in misdemeanor charges under Indiana underage drinking laws. However, there are defenses to charges related to minor consumption. Indiana criminal defense attorneys can help identify which defense applies best in your situation. This may … continue reading
Average Whiplash Injury Settlement for an Indiana Car Accident
Published in Personal Injury on December 14, 2021.
Whiplash is one of the most common injuries sustained in a car accident. In fact, more than 800,000 vehicle crashes result in neck injuries in the United States annually. While most everyone is familiar with whiplash in a general sense, what fewer people know is that whiplash can actually cause long-term damage. That being the … continue reading