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August 10, 2022 Geico Facing Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit for an Insured Driver Giving an STD to Another in Car

The Missouri Court of Appeals upheld a $5.2 million judgement on Tuesday June 9, 2022, against GEICO. The case involved a woman who said she unknowingly caught HPV, the human papillomavirus, during unprotected sex in her then-boyfriend’s GEICO-insured car. A Jackson County Circuit court held that the man was liable for not disclosing his infection […]

August 3, 2022 Crowd Surfing Injury at Concert Leads to Legal Battle Related to Incurred or Assumed Risk

In the case of Wiley v. ESG Sec., Inc., plaintiff, Seth Wiley, was attending a concert in Indianapolis. The concert venue had an audio message repeatedly playing during the evening events advising patrons in part: “please note: moshing and crowd surfing is strictly prohibited. Due to the nature of moshing/crowd surfing, injuries can occur. Patrons […]

July 27, 2022 Stop Sign-Related Accident Results in Sizeable Jury Verdict

Intersections with stop signs are far too often the scene of accidents as drivers who are not paying attention blow through them an injury innocent people. In the case of Wilde v. Allender, Diana Wilde was riding as a passenger in a truck with her husband. The couple was driving to their home in Franklin, […]

July 22, 2022 A Landowner’s Duty to Traveling Public on Adjacent Highways

In the Indiana Supreme Court case of Reece v. Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., 173 N.E.3d 1031 (Ind., 2021), Walter Reece was riding on his motorcycle through an intersection when at the same time, a car driven by Harold Moistner pulled out into the intersection and hit Reece. A deputy at the scene observed tall grass […]

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 […]

July 8, 2022 Premises Liability Case Settled for $270,000 Due to In-Store Mishap

Store owners have a duty to protect customers from any defects or liabilities within their establishments. When this duty is breached, people can be seriously hurt. Furthermore, this issue of duty can come up even when their appears to be nothing potentially dangerous. In the case of Calvillo v. Menards, plaintiff, Ernesto Calvillo, was with […]

July 1, 2022 Restaurants Have a Duty Maintain Their Floors

Restaurants have a duty to maintain their premises for patrons that come into their establishment. When this duty is breached, people can be seriously hurt. In the case of Rodriques v. Sugarfire Smoke House, Rodriques went out to eat in May of 2018 to the Sugarfire Smoke House in Indianapolis and after ordering his lunch, […]

June 28, 2022 Nationwide Traffic Fatalities Reached a 16-Year High in 2021

It’s always important to be a defensive driver on the roadways and the need to do so is even greater than in previous years. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released its early estimates of traffic fatalities for 2021 and projects that an estimated 42,915 people died in motor vehicle crashes last year. […]

June 20, 2022 Tiger Woods’ Recovery and Comeback Give Hope to Car Accident Victims

Photo Credit: MC3 William Selby, USN, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons It was about 16 months ago when Tiger Woods had that fateful car accident that could have taken his life and almost caused his leg to be amputated. As the forever face of golf, this accident was all over the news. People wondered whether […]

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