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Category: Injuries

Indianapolis injury blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of injuries and information in Indiana.

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 6, 2022 Dog Bite Cases and Adopted Dogs

In Indiana, dog bite cases follow a particular rule – that being the “one bite rule.” This rule states that owners would be liable for injuries caused by their dog if they knew or should have known that their dog was dangerous. In Indiana, dog owners are not liable if they did not know their […]

April 4, 2022 ‘Open and Obvious’ Conditions

In premises liability cases where a slip-and-fall injury has occurred, a common defense by the owner of the premises is that the condition that caused the plaintiff’s injury was “open and obvious,” meaning that the plaintiff should have known or actually did know about the condition. In many cases, this knowledge would have to come […]

April 2, 2022 The Allowance of Medical Bills Into a Trial

In personal injury trials and pre-litigation, medical bills can be a contentious issue. This is because of case law in Indiana that allows plaintiffs and defendants to introduce different numbers when it comes to medical bills. Plaintiffs introduce the amount of money that the plaintiff was actually billed, and defendants are allowed to introduce the […]

March 23, 2022 Arguing for Punitive Damages

In many cases involving harm done to a plaintiff by a corporation, there will be an element of punitive damages in trial. Punitive damages are assessed against a corporation or other defendant for their wrongdoing against the plaintiff, and these damages are separate from the plaintiff’s injuries. So, in many cases, how can an attorney […]

March 21, 2022 Do Homeowners Have a Duty to Protect Their Invitees from Foreseeable Injuries?

In the case of Rogers, et al. v. Martin and Brothers, Angela Martin and Brian Brothers hosted a house party together. Towards the end of the party, Brothers and two guests, Jerry Chambers and Paul Michalik were involved in a fist fight. As a result of the fight, Martin saw Chambers was bleeding from and […]

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 11, 2022 Was an Employee in the Scope of Their Employment When They Struck a Pedestrian?

In the case of Sony DADC US Inc. and Brown v. Thompson, Thompson filed suit alleging negligence and vicarious liability against Brown and his employer, Sony DADC US Inc. Thompson worked as a security guard for Securitas, a private contractor, and provided security for Sony at its Terre Haute, Indiana facility. While walking across the […]

February 28, 2022 Are Shootings at Bars Considered Foreseeable as a Matter of Law?

In the case of Goodwin, Randolph, and Washington v. Yeakle’s Sports Bar and Grill, Inc., patrons were injured after a shooting in a neighborhood bar and subsequently would sue the bar for negligence. The trial court granted summary judgment in the bar’s favor. They concluded that the bar did not owe a duty to the […]

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