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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 … 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

How Long Does a Lawsuit Take?

Published in Uncategorized on January 15, 2019.

Guide to Personal Injury Process [2019] | How Long Does a Lawsuit Take? After an accident, many victims are shocked by the expenses that suddenly start piling up. In addition to pricey medical care, they also have to repair any damaged property (like their vehicle) and often need to arrange to have someone clean their … continue reading

5 Tips when Hiring the Best Personal Injury Lawyer

Published in Personal Injury on January 3, 2019.

Nothing is more critical after an accident than your choice of a personal injury attorney. A good attorney can construct a solid case for compensation and negotiate a very favorable settlement. A good personal injury lawyer should also be prepared to go into court and defend your rights, if necessary. An inexperienced personal injury attorney, … continue reading

Examples of Wrongful Death Cases

Published in Personal Injury on December 28, 2018.

Losing a loved one in an accident is absolutely devastating. The emotional pain can be even more dramatic when you find out that the accident could have been prevented if only proper care had been taken. If your family member was killed as a result of the wrongful actions, careless inactions, negligence, or recklessness of … continue reading

Types of Car Accident Injuries

Published in Personal Injury on December 17, 2018.

Car accidents remain one of the leading causes of serious injuries in Indiana. According to the Indiana Department of Transportation, more than 52,000 people were injured in traffic accidents in the state in 2016. Auto accident injuries come in a wide range of different forms. While some injuries are thankfully minor, many others are severe, … continue reading

How Much Does it Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Published in Personal Injury on December 10, 2018.

If you suffered a serious injury, you undoubtedly want to know: How much do accident lawyers charge? Following a major accident, injured victims need access to compensation to pay for their medical bills and to provide financial support for themselves and their loved ones. A skilled personal injury lawyer can handle your claim and help … continue reading

What is the Average Personal Injury Settlement Amount?

Published in Personal Injury on December 3, 2018.

If you were hurt as a result of the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. Depending on the nature of your claim, compensation may be available for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Before filing a personal injury claim, most victims want to … 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

How Long Will I Go to Jail for Violating Probation?

Published in Criminal Law on September 21, 2018.

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