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Category: Accidents

Indianapolis accident law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of accidents in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.

August 3, 2022 Crowd Surfing Injury at Concert Leads to Legal Battle Related to Incurred or Assumed Risk

In the case of Wiley v. ESG Sec., Inc., plaintiff, Seth Wiley, was attending a concert in Indianapolis. The concert venue had an audio message repeatedly playing during the evening events advising patrons in part: “please note: moshing and crowd surfing is strictly prohibited. Due to the nature of moshing/crowd surfing, injuries can occur. Patrons […]

July 27, 2022 Stop Sign-Related Accident Results in Sizeable Jury Verdict

Intersections with stop signs are far too often the scene of accidents as drivers who are not paying attention blow through them an injury innocent people. In the case of Wilde v. Allender, Diana Wilde was riding as a passenger in a truck with her husband. The couple was driving to their home in Franklin, […]

July 22, 2022 A Landowner’s Duty to Traveling Public on Adjacent Highways

In the Indiana Supreme Court case of Reece v. Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., 173 N.E.3d 1031 (Ind., 2021), Walter Reece was riding on his motorcycle through an intersection when at the same time, a car driven by Harold Moistner pulled out into the intersection and hit Reece. A deputy at the scene observed tall grass […]

June 20, 2022 Tiger Woods’ Recovery and Comeback Give Hope to Car Accident Victims

Photo Credit: MC3 William Selby, USN, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons It was about 16 months ago when Tiger Woods had that fateful car accident that could have taken his life and almost caused his leg to be amputated. As the forever face of golf, this accident was all over the news. People wondered whether […]

June 14, 2022 A Nurse Practitioner’s Potential Role in a Trial

In court, expert witnesses can play a key role in a trial. However, there are some things that they should not be allowed to speak on. In the case of Aillones v. Minton, Aillones filed a negligence claim against Minton alleging that Aillones injuries during a car crash were because of Minton and that Minton […]

June 5, 2022 Do Auto Insurance Policies Cover Altercations Outside of Vehicle Use?

In the case of Estate of Robert Curtis, Sr., by its Personal Representative, Theresa Brade v. GEICO General Insurance Company, Drake Matovich and Robert Curtis were involved in a fight in a grocery store parking lot. Curtis was severely injured and would die as a result of the fight. Matovich and Curtis’ estate entered into […]

June 2, 2022 Does a City Have a Duty to an Injured Biker on a Bike Trail?

In the case of Hoosier Mountain Bike Association, Inc., et al. and Kaler, the City of Indianapolis owned and operated the Town Run Trail Park through its Indy Parks and Recreation Department. The Hoosier Mountain Bike Association, Inc., was responsible for maintaining the trails, whose difficulty ranges from beginner to intermediate. In the spring of […]

May 29, 2022 Evidence Supported Jury Verdict of $2.13 Million for Tragic Accident

In the case of Sandberg Trucking, Inc., and Horn v. Johnson, in April 2008, a tractor-trailer owned by Sandberg and driven by Horn was southbound on I-65 when it struck a deer in the dark leaving its dead remains on the road. Horn then stopped his truck approximately 250 feet down the roadway on the […]

May 24, 2022 Does a General Contractor Have a Duty to Provide a Safe Work Environment?

In the case of Ryan v. TCI Architects, et al., TCI Architects entered into an agreement with Gander Mountain to serve as the general contractor on a construction project. The project involved renovations to Gander Mountain’s retail store in Lafayette, Indiana. TCI would hire several subcontractors including BMH Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a Craft Mechanical to perform […]

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