This is for Indiana Lawyers: Where Do I File My Personal Injury Lawsuit? Your Indiana Lawyer Bill Hurst The choice of what court to bring a personal injury lawsuit in Indiana is governed by Trial Rule 75(A)-Venue. The rule gives 9 different venues that qualify as a “preferred venue” and a 10th option if (1)-(9)…

Will I Lose My Medicaid When I Settle My Indiana Personal Injury Case? Indiana Lawyer William “Bill” Hurst If you are injured in an accident and your personal injury attorney settles  your case; when you receive funds it may disqualify you from government benefit programs such as Medicaid and Supplemental Social Security Income (“SSI”).  However,…

William “Bill” Hurst Named “Super Lawyer” 2013 The law firm of Mitchell Hurst Dick and McNelis, LLC is pleased to announce that William Bill Hurst has been again named an Indianapolis Super Lawyer for 2013; and designated again as a top personal injury lawyer in the state of Indiana by “Best Lawyers in America.” William…

Passengers Suing Drivers For An Accident- the Indiana “Guest Statue” William Bill Hurst -erYour Indiana Accident Lawy   Indiana Guest Statute Normally, the operator of a motor vehicle has an obligation to exercise “reasonable care” for the safety and protection of his passengers. Most states, including Indiana, have modified that obligation through the enactment of…