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Category: Wrongful Death

Indianapolis wrongful death law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of wrongful death case information in Indiana.

April 15, 2022 What Duty Does a Security Company Have in Accident or Wrongful Death Incidents?

In the case of Jill, Roeland, Polet, et al. v. ESG Security, Inc., the stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair on August 13, 2011. The plaintiffs had appealed when the trial court granted a motion for summary judgment in favor of ESG Security, Inc. The Indiana State Fair had no written contract with ESG, […]

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 […]

January 4, 2022 Preferred Venues Under Indiana Trial Rule 75

In law, a venue is regarded as the jurisdiction where the potential trial will take place. This would usually be a specific county or district of the state. It is usually set by the statue, but sometimes it can be changed to another jurisdiction. While the venue of a case usually presides in the jurisdiction […]

December 10, 2021 Can A City Be Liable for Potholes?

Because many of this country’s infrastructure was built several decades ago, it is and has continued to fall apart. There have been many accidents that have been a result of this country’s declining infrastructure. These accidents have led to numerous amounts of injuries, pain, and even wrongful deaths. Whose responsibility is it if a pedestrian […]

December 7, 2021 New Car Tech to Stop Drunk Driving

Many Americans die each year from drunk drivers. With how frequent these tragic accidents seem to occur, it looks like the government is attempting its own solution to the problem. In the new infrastructure bill that is making its way towards the President’s desk, Congress has created a new requirement for automakers to find a […]

December 2, 2021 Travis Scott Concert Causes Many Deaths and Injuries

As things are slowly getting back to normal in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, concerts are slowly becoming a common leisure event for many people. Before COVID many people would go to concerts every year. Concerts are slowly getting back to normal, but sometimes accidents can happen like at the Travis Scott concert. Members […]

November 15, 2021 Chevy Bolts Catch Fire and Lead to Recalls

General Motors recently issued a second recall of its 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt Electric Vehicles  after at least two of the electric vehicles that were repaired for a previous problem erupted into flames.  The auto manufacturer has identified a second “rare manufacturing defect” in the cars that increases the risk of fire. The recall covers about […]

November 2, 2021 Negligent and Distracted Driving – Stotts-Young v. Burdette

Negligent and distracted driving can cause terrible accidents. It can cause injuries and death, and it can hurt not only those involved in the accident itself, but it can hurt loved ones who may lose someone close to them or have to deal with consequences from the injuries suffered by the person involved. Negligent and […]

October 8, 2021 Dangers of the Milk Crate Challenge

TikTok has become one of the most popular social media platforms rivalling the success of other platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. A dangerous new trend called the “Milk Crate Challenge” has first appeared on TikTok and its spreading its way to Twitter and Instagram as well. This new viral video trend has encountered […]

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