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Indianapolis Personal Injury Blog

Alexander J. Limontes | January 19, 2022 |

For the Month of January of 2022, our Team here at Hurst Limontes LLC has Decided to Support Wheeler Mission located in Indianapolis (& Bloomington). Wheeler Mission helps the homeless in Indiana. Wheeler is a non-denominational, Christian, social services organization, which provides critically needed goods and services to individuals experiencing homelessness, poverty, and need in […]


Chase Wilson | January 17, 2022 |

Our team here at Hurst Limontes is so grateful for 2021 and what our personal injury clients and the Indianapolis community has done for us that we have decided to make 2022 our year of giving back to the Community. This year we will focus on the community and nonprofit organizations within the community that […]


Chase Wilson | January 13, 2022 |

With the New Year here, many eager Hoosiers with high hopes for 2022 have or will be signing up for new gym memberships and new gym waivers. The 2022 gym crowd should closely check their fitness machines before starting their workouts. In Clay v. Franciscan, Jerry Clay was on a lat pull-down machine when the […]


Chase Wilson | January 10, 2022 |

In the case of Secura Supreme Insurance Company v. Johnson, the O’Briens had a secondary residence on their insurance policy in Valparaiso, Indiana. They intended to move their eventually and had personal liability coverage on the house. They rented it to Sandra O’ Brien’s sister, Alarid, and she kept two dogs at the house. One […]


Chase Wilson | January 7, 2022 |

In the case of Debra R. Sorrells v. Karen Reid Renner, Sorrells filed a medical malpractice complaint against Dr. Renner alleging that Renner failed to tell her the results of her blood test which indicated her early-stage leukemia. Sorrells claimed that this had resulted in a delay in her leukemia diagnosis which in turn caused […]


Chase Wilson | January 4, 2022 |

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 […]


Chase Wilson | January 1, 2022 |

In the modern era of healthcare, while services and medicine have gotten better than ever, the cost of having an accident and/or injury can prove detrimental to someone’s life. While insurance companies are supposed to help out with the costs of respective personal injuries, that is not always the case. While you cannot control the […]


Chase Wilson | December 29, 2021 |

The Indiana Firearms Statute states that: “Notwithstanding any other law and except as provided in subsection (b), a person may not adopt or enforce an ordinance, a resolution, a policy, or a rule that: (1) prohibits; or (2) has the effect of prohibiting; an employee of the person, including a contract employee, from possessing a firearm […]


Chase Wilson | December 18, 2021 |

Many people get involved in accidents on the job every day. This is why many companies possess worker’s compensation so that their employees can still be able to pay bills and buy groceries while they are injured. But what happens if you get fired as a result of simply trying to get the worker’s compensation […]


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