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Category: Personal Injuries

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

April 16, 2021 Practicing in a Pandemic: “I’m Not a Cat”

With the Covid-19 Pandemic throwing everything into chaos, many people had to get used to working from home, using technology in ways they had never used it before. Whether this was using Zoom, a website and app most people had never heard of before the pandemic or figuring out how to set up audio and […]

April 12, 2021 What is an Electric Company’s Duty to Keep People From Being Electrocuted By Power Lines?

When someone is working on a job, and is injured by another business or person, or the actions of another business or person, does that business or person owe the injured person a duty of care? In order to fully explain this, let’s look at a case recently decided by the Indiana Court of Appeals. […]

April 9, 2021 Governmental Entity Liability and Discretionary Functions Under the Indiana Tort Claims Act

Governmental entities can be held liable in certain instances, but sometimes are protected from liability by a state’s Tort Claims Act. In cases where there someone is acting in their official capacity as an employee of the state or federal government, and they cause injury to someone, the government agency can potentially be held liable […]

March 22, 2021 Appealing to Conservative Jurors in a Personal Injury Trial

In a recent article in Trial Magazine, there is a discussion about how conservative jurors can be appealed to in a plaintiff’s case, and how conservative values can be incorporated in a plaintiff attorney’s case. While it is often thought that conservative jurors can be detrimental to a plaintiff’s case, it is important to turn […]

March 19, 2021 When are INDOT and the state of Indiana Liable for Road Conditions?

Roads can often be in poor condition due to weather. This can occur due to flooding, or snowy conditions, or ice. These road conditions can cause accidents, and generally this means that no one is liable for the accident, unless they were being negligent on top of the poor road conditions. In situations where the […]

March 15, 2021 When Your Doctor Says Follow-Up, Do It!

After getting into an accident or being involved in a slip-and-fall, a person may suffer injuries, whether they be very serious or only minor in nature. After suffering these injuries, a person may go see a doctor, no matter the severity. The doctor may take one of several different paths in helping someone treat these […]

March 8, 2021 How Do I know If I Am An Employee Who Gets Worker’s Compensation Benefits?

When someone is injured at work, they are entitled to workers compensation under Indiana’s workers compensation statute. This statute states that if a person suffers personal injury or death when on the job, they or their family are entitled to compensation for the lost time and wages. However, cases have arisen in Indiana and other […]

March 5, 2021 Indiana Products Liability Cases and The Indiana Products Liability Act

Accidents can happen both at home and the workplace when dealing with any kind of product. Whether that is some form of heavy machinery or a vehicle, or some sort of medicine taken every day that was not created properly. When these accidents happen, the design of the product is taken into account when determining […]

February 26, 2021 When Can A Juror Be Struck For Cause? Clark v. Mattar (Case Study)

Every juror in any case has biases. They may think that they cannot fairly treat someone who has caused an accident, or they may feel in a criminal trial that they cannot treat a criminal defendant. However, attorneys can, before any trial happens, weed out potential jurors who might have bias or who might be […]

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