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July 16, 2022 Hospitals and Non-Hospitals May Be Liable for the Tortious Conduct of an Independent Contractor

Back in 1999, the Indiana Supreme Court in Sword v. NKC Hospitals, Inc. adopted the Restatement (Second) of Torts § 429, holding that a hospital could be vicariously liable for the tortious conduct of an independent contractor through an apparent or ostensible agency. Under Sword’s § 429 apparent agency analysis, courts look at two main […]

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 […]

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 […]

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    If we’re unable to obtain a settlement of verdict for you we eat the costs we’ve advanced to litigate your case, which includes costs for ordering medical records, filing your case, hiring experts, deposing witnesses, and many other things.

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