PORTAGE | Kenneth J. Allen and wife Nina were handing out bags of food to people in Portage and Gary on Thursday.
VALPARAISO | Two families were awarded $18.5 million after a trucking crash killed two Michigan men.
VALPARAISO | A device recovered from a semi-trailer truck involved in a fatal crash on an icy stretch of Interstate 94 revealed the driver was using his cruise control at 65 mph and hit his brakes just one second before the collision, according to attorney Kenneth Allen.
HAMMOND | Former patients and victims of Mark Weinberger expressed measured joy Friday for the seven-year prison sentence the former sinus doctor received.
HOBART | After hearing nearly seven hours of deposition testimony from members of the band Sugarland, attorney Ken Allen said he was stunned by what he didn't see.
So attorney Ken Allen does not trust Indiana to do the right thing. The governor's office, the state fair authority, the state police — all these folks would conspire to skimp Allen's client absent a judge's order. Even the judge was quoted as berating Allen for this outrageous publicity stunt.
Speaking of things collapsing and killing people, which lawyer Ken Allen apparently will be doing for the next gazillion dollars, I had a visit from my limo driver, George, last week.
It's always a fine line for cops involved in a chase. Do you stop when the pursuit is obviously becoming dangerous and let the bad guy get away, or do you take your chances that no one but the bad guy will get hurt during the chase?
HAMMOND | In a twist of irony, Valparaiso lawyer Ken Allen is being sued over his omnipresent phone book ads.
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