By William Bill Hurst Under IC 9-21-8 et seq, an emergency vehicle is not relieved from the duty to drive with due safety for all persons on the highway, nor from the duty to exercise due care to avoid colliding with a pedestrian.  However, the emergency vehicle does have priority rights on the roadway and requires…

By William Bill Hurst In deciding two matters of first impression, the Indiana Supreme Court recently held that a trampoline may constitute an attractive nuisance and that a parent/landowner may be liable for injuries of a minor sustained on the parent/landowner’s property, when the parent/landowner’s minor child invites the other minor onto the property. In Kopczynski,…