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January 15, 2021 The Indiana Tort Claims Act and “In the Scope of Employment”: Burton v. Benner

In the case Burton v. Benner, the issue of whether someone was acting “in the scope of employment” when an accident occurred was brought before the Indiana Supreme Court. This case involved a motorcycle accident that was caused when an off-duty police officer was driving his unmarked police vehicle. In this case the police officer […]

January 12, 2021 How Snow Removal Contracts Affect Personal Injury Slip and Fall Claims: Buckingham Management LLC v. Tri-Esco, Inc., A Case Study

This case presents an interesting situation – what happens when parties have a contract to do a certain thing, and when it is not done, someone is injured? In this case, Buckingham Management was running an apartment complex, and had contracted with Tri-Esco to remove snow and ice from the apartment parking lots when at […]

January 4, 2021 The Eggshell Skull Plaintiff

Personal Injury cases can be complicated. An attorney must determine fault, must often work with insurance companies or businesses to see how much in medical expenses they would be willing to pay, and working on a settlement offer if the client thinks that amount is enough to cover their expenses, or going to trial if […]

December 28, 2020 How Do Subsequent Remedial Measures Impact Personal Injury Cases?

When someone slips and falls on ice outside of a business, or on a puddle of water inside a restaurant, and suffers an injury, and there is no ice on the sidewalk, or no wet floor sign, what happens? In a lawsuit for a personal injury, this might show that the company was liable for […]

December 22, 2020 Liability in Bike-Share Program Related Injuries

Bike-share programs, similar in nature to companies like Lime and Bird, are becoming increasingly common, especially in metropolitan areas. These programs involve several automatic bike racks spaced around the area, where you can pick up or leave a bike. At these kiosks you can purchase a pass to use the bike and drop bikes off. […]

December 21, 2020 December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

Two of the biggest celebrations of the year occur in December – Christmas and New Years Eve. These events by themselves also lead to many impaired drivers, due to increased alcohol consumption. An increase in impaired driving can and does lead to an increase in accidents every year. This time of year is dangerous because […]

Indiana Suspends Jury Trials Until March, 2021 To Prevent Spread of the Novel Coronavirus

Our Team prides itself on being Trial Lawyers who fight for the victims of personal injury. We file and litigate a lot of cases because under most circumstances that is the only way to be treated fairly by and insurance company.  When an insurance company sees our name on the other side, they know that […]

December 16, 2020 Slip and Fall Cases and Liability

Slip-and-fall injuries can cause someone significant physical injuries and can cost someone a significant amount of money when attempting to pay for their medical treatment. These cases can increase during the winter months, when surfaces get icier and the entryway to many buildings can get wet from melted snow. If companies are not diligent, their […]

December 10, 2020 A Reminder About Electric Scooters for The Winter

Lime and Byrd scooters have become increasingly popular since their introduction in major cities. Many cities have different regulations concerning their use, whether they can be used on sidewalks or must be driven in the street, whether a helmet is required, etc. However, it is important to note that these scooters can be a safety […]

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