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Indianapolis Personal Injury Blog

Chase Wilson | August 16, 2021 |

Many people in their lifetime end up renting a car. Whether you are going on vacation or in the process of buying a new car, car rentals can be a useful thing. But one thing that a lot of people worry about is what kind of auto insurance is going to be covering their rental. […]


Chase Wilson | August 13, 2021 |

Grocery stores have a duty to protect their customers from foreseeable harm. But what kind of limitation behold that duty and what can be reasonably construed as “foreseeable”? In the case of Poppe v. Angell Enterprises, Inc., on August 15,2015, the Poppes were shopping at a grocery store called  Baesler’s Market located in Sullivan, Indiana. […]


Chase Wilson | August 9, 2021 |

With the arrival of June comes sunny skies and warmer temperatures. As summer draws near, more and more people are going to be going out on their boats. Being on a boat can be a great way to spend time with your family and friends, but there is an element of danger to boating as […]


Chase Wilson | August 6, 2021 |

A long time has passed since the automobile was first invented. A lot has changed about cars since then. From things ranging from style to speed to mechanics, more recently automakers are creating an autopilot feature for their cars now. A vehicle equipped with this autopilot feature can essentially drive itself, but is it safe? […]


Chase Wilson | August 2, 2021 |

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, we were in for a number of changes to our lifestyles. When quarantine was taking place, many of us did not leave the house at all. Many events transitioned to be held virtually. Slowly but surely life is beginning to return back to normal. With quarantine and […]


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 […]


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