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Indianapolis Personal Injury Blog

Chase Wilson | July 30, 2021 |

What happens when someone is injured when they are playing a sport because of someone else’s actions, or is hurt at a sporting event? Well, there are many ways to look at this. Was the sporting event a dangerous one for spectators? If the person who was injured was participating in the sport, were they […]


Chase Wilson | July 26, 2021 |

A dram shop case can be complicated and have a lot of moving parts. This can be seen when it comes to discovery in a dram shop case. These kinds of cases come from drunk-driving accidents, when the plaintiff sues the bar or other establishment that served the defendant the alcohol. The main point of […]


Chase Wilson | July 23, 2021 |

In a premises liability case, who can be held liable? This was the issue that was recently decided by the Indiana Supreme Court in the case Branscomb v. Wal-Mart Stores East. This case dealt with premises liability, but in an odd way, because the plaintiffs in the case sued the company, but claimed that the […]


Chase Wilson | July 20, 2021 |

Sometimes, injuries occur because someone is negligent. These injuries can be severe, but more often than not, the negligent person will be at-fault for the injury they caused. However, what happens when someone is injured, and because of their injury, causes someone else to be injured? Can they be considered negligent? Are they at fault […]


Chase Wilson | June 28, 2021 |

When someone is in a business, such as a bar and a restaurant, and an altercation occurs, whether physical or verbal, the bar or restaurant might ask them to leave. But what happens if, after a bar or restaurant knows of such an altercation, an injury occurs outside of the bar or restaurant from a […]


Chase Wilson | June 25, 2021 |

In the past five or ten years, collision avoidance technology has become more common in more vehicles. This technology can include automatic braking if the vehicle detects another vehicle in front of you, or it can include lane-assist technology, which can ensure that your car does not stray from the lane the car is currently […]


Chase Wilson | June 14, 2021 |

Self-driving cars and trucks are the future, and many companies are now testing this technology in the present day. There are many cities where self-driving cars are a common sight on the streets, and companies like Tesla have already implemented a scaled-down version of this technology in their vehicles. However, this technology is not perfect, […]


Chase Wilson | June 11, 2021 |

Pain and Suffering Damages are some of the hardest damages to convey to a jury. This is because they are non-economic damages. They do not have a number that is easily associated with the pain and suffering someone feels after an injury. However, when a client is more severely injured in a way that is […]


Chase Wilson | June 7, 2021 |

Under the United States Constitution, our founding fathers understood that the protection of the most basic human rights were fundamental in the creation of a new free nation.  This belief lead them to install language of the 1st Amendment which states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise […]


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