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About Jason Reese

In 2007, Jason Reese was name “Forty Under Forty” by the Indianapolis Business Journal as one the most dynamic business and community leaders in the Indianapolis metro area. From 2004-2017, Mr. Reese has been repeatedly named an Indiana Super Lawyer and recognized by attorneys throughout the State as a lawyer in the top 5% of his practice areas as published in Indianapolis Monthly and Super Lawyer magazines. Jason's law expertise are in the areas of personal injury, civil rights, class action litigation and medical malpractice.

Why Are Infant Mortality Rates Rising in the United States?

Synopsis The U.S. is the only developed country in the world with a rising infant (and maternal) mortality rate. And the rate of Indiana infants dying before their first birthday has risen steadily over the past five years, making the Hoosier state home to one of the highest rates of infant mortality in the nation. While other developed [...]

Drivers and Pedestrians Must Be More Alert Amid Greenwood Construction

Synopsis The City of Greenwood has officially started work on a 3.7 million revitalization project to upgrade roadways, pedestrian routes and bike paths, parking lots and sewer systems. The project will impact travel to schools, residences, and businesses and all drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians should take extra precaution when traveling through these work zones. More [...]

OSHA Enforcing New Beryllium Standards to Protect Workers

Synopsis On May 12, 2018, OSHA will begin to enforce a new rule on beryllium exposure in all forms, compounds, and mixtures in general, construction, and shipyard industries, prompting employers to take further responsibility to protect worker health from beryllium-related diseases. Beryllium is a toxic element and listed as a Class A EPA carcinogen because exposure can [...]

7 Safety Recommendations for Your Next ATV Outing

Synopsis Several teenagers were involved in an ATV crash that left two hospitalized. The group of teens were not wearing helmets. Although off-roading can be an enjoyable pastime when safe driving practices are followed, it is also inherently dangerous, especially for operators and passengers who are not wearing the appropriate gear. ATV safety is an [...]

Pedestrian Traffic Report Documents Rising Fatalities

Synopsis A new report reviewing the first half of 2017’s pedestrian traffic fatalities has been released by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association, estimating the number of pedestrians killed in motor vehicle crashes nationwide was 5,984. One-third of these pedestrian fatalities occurred on local municipal streets and about 75 percent occurred after dark. Because both 2015 [...]

By | 2018-04-08T22:09:15+00:00 April 2nd, 2018|Pedestrian Accident, Wrongful Death|0 Comments

What Compensation am I Entitled to if I am Wrongfully Terminated?

Synopsis It is against the law for an employer to terminate an employee out of discrimination or retaliation, but it still happens. Although the signs of being wrongfully terminated aren’t always clear, some employers will use careful language to mask their unlawful firing like, “We were thinking it’s time for you to retire, so I [...]

By | 2018-04-02T15:31:06+00:00 March 30th, 2018|wrongful termination|0 Comments

MRI Procedure Could Cause Gadolinium Deposition Disease

Synopsis During an MRI, chemical substances known as gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs) are injected into the patient. These substances help to improve the visibility of blood vessels, organs and other internal body structures to assist medical professionals in identifying issues. While GBCAs are approved by the FDA for use with MRI, some patient populations are [...]

What Traits Do Doctors Targeted By Medical Malpractice Claims Have in Common?

Is Your Doctor More Prone to A Medical Malpractice Claim? Recent research published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that doctors of certain demographics may be more prone to medical malpractice claims. Interestingly, just one percent of all doctors were linked to nearly one-third of all paid malpractice claims. The study, led by a team [...]

By | 2018-04-02T15:29:37+00:00 March 26th, 2018|Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence|0 Comments

April is National Safe Digging Awareness Month: Call 811 to “Know What’s Below”

Synopsis Shockingly, an underground utility line is damaged once every six minutes nationwide because someone decided to dig without checking to see if the area was safe of underground utility lines. Digging without knowing the approximate location of underground utilities can result in damage to gas, electric, communications, water and sewer lines, which can lead [...]

Pedestrian Death Raises Questions of Autonomous Vehicle Safety

Synopsis Tragically, a woman in Arizona, has died after being hit by a self-driving car operated by Uber, in what appears to be the first known death of a pedestrian struck by an autonomous vehicle on a public road. Police have since reported that the vehicle was in autonomous mode with a human safety driver [...]

By | 2018-03-29T09:28:21+00:00 March 22nd, 2018|Auto Accidents, Pedestrian Accident|0 Comments