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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 […]

March 31, 2022 Live to Fight Another Day – Surviving a Motion for Dismissal in Indiana

When stating a claim against an insurance company, one of the most significant steps in securing a judgment is surviving a motion to dismiss. Often, to stop you from building a solid case against them, insurance companies will try to get a case thrown out on dismissal. This normally happens before you can get a […]

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 9, 2022 Would an Investigator’s Photos and Affidavit Be Admissible Evidence on Summary Judgment?

In the case of Hill v. Gephart, et al., a pedestrian and his daughter filed a lawsuit against a police officer Gephart, the city, and the sheriff’s office when they sustained personal injuries after being struck by Gephart’s car. The trial court granted summary judgment in favor of Hill. On appeal, the Gephart, the city, […]

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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