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May 17, 2022 GM to Potentially Recall Headlights That Are Too Bright

Driving at night can sometimes be more dangerous than driving during the day. It’s harder to see the roads at night and you have to rely on the headlights. There are even times when a car’s headlights may be too bright. General Motors has lost a bid to avoid recalling about 727,000 small SUVs in […]

May 13, 2022 Houston Firefighter Reprimanded After Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Deaths

Winter storms can be a huge threat to people’s safety. Whether you are on the roads in even in your own home, you need to be cautious when there is severe weather in the area. Things like fires may happen, and it’s important to do everything in your power to stay safe. Even then, it […]

May 10, 2022 Is a Firearms Seller Liable for the Criminal or Unlawful Use By a Third Party?

In the case of KS&E Sports and Ellis v. Runnels, Martin was a convicted felon who could not legally purchase or possess a firearm. KS&E Sports is a place located in Indianapolis, Indiana that sells firearms. In October 2011, Martin and Tarus Blackburn went to KS&E to browse. Martin identified a gun that he liked […]

April 29, 2022 Could a School Have Prevented a Fight During a Vocational Program?

In the case of Severance v. New Castle Community School Corp and Melton, Severance and Melton were both enrolled in a vocational education program operated by the New Castle Career Center, which is administered through the New Castle Community School Corporation. A fight broke out between two students which resulted in a severe leg injury […]

April 26, 2022 Parties Could Not Compel Arbitration When Agreement Made Arbitration Optional

In the case of Watts Water Technologies, Inc. v. State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. a/s/o Richard Lucka, Lucka sustained damage to his home for an alleged faulty water heater sold by Watts in November of 2014. Lucka was insured by State Farm Insurance and State Farm paid damages for the property damage to his […]

April 20, 2022 The Dangers of the Orbeez Challenge

The social media app TikTok has inspired many Internet trends both positive and negative. One of the more recent negative TikTok trends was the Milk Crate Challenge where people attempted to walk or run across a set of milk crates. Many people were injured because of this trend. There is another dangerous TikTok trend called […]

March 19, 2022 Indemnification Clauses Involving Negligence of Landlord in Lease Agreement

In the case of BC Osaka, Inc. and City Inn, Inc., v. Kainan Investment Groups, Inc., Magallanes sustained personal injuries when she tripped and fell on a rod that was sticking out of a cement bumper in the BC Osaka restaurant parking lot. She filed a complaint against BC Osaka, Inc. and City Inn, Inc., […]

March 13, 2022 Set-Off or Credit of Settlement with Co-Defendants Did Not Apply to Kroger in a Death

In the case of Shelton v. Kroger Limited Partnership I, in December 2012, Sharon Clearwaters died as a result of medical complications from taking the drug Levofloxacin. Shelton, the personal representative of Clearwater’s estates, would sue Dr. John Doe, ABC, Inc., and Kroger Limited Partnership I for damages because of her death. Dr. Doe and […]

March 7, 2022 A Move to Marion County’s New Community Justice Campus Could Impact Civil Trial Dates

Marion County’s courts have been in the process of moving from their old location to the brand-new Community Justice Center where Marion County legal and judicial operations will be centered. These include civil courts in Marion County, which are currently in the process of moving. The courts began their moving process back in December and […]

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