Indiana Slip and Falls

Have you been injured in a slip and fall incident on someone else’s property? When this happens, is the landowner or business owner required to pay your medical bills?   The answer is no. They are not required to pay your medical bills at any time after your accident and injuries until you prove “fault” […]

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Restaurants Have a Duty Maintain Their Floors

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 […]

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Why do You Need the Name of my Medical Insurance Provider

Why the name of your medical insurer is important   This post is part of the firm’s section titled What Personal injury Client’s Should Know section. Please be sure to read the posts in this section.   If you are a personal injury client, you might think the process of litigation is simple. We have […]

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Indiana Grocery Store Slip and Fall Accidents

Indiana Grocery Store Slip and Fall Accidents   Businesses in Indiana have an obligation to their customers to ensure that the area accessible to customers is kept in a reasonably safe condition. Indiana grocery stores are no exception, and a large number of Indiana slip-and-fall accidents are the result of grocery store management failing to […]

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Suing Clark Pleasant Community Schools for Racial Bullying

Today, we announce a new filing in a lawsuit we will be filing against Clark Pleasant Community Schools on behalf of our client, Zonyell Weaver. Today, as required by Indiana law, we sent out a Tort Claim Notice informing Clark Pleasant Community schools of our intent to file a lawsuit on behalf of our Client, […]

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How Much Money Can I Receive in a Workers Compensation Claim in Indiana

How Much Money Can I Receive For A Workers Comp Claim in Indiana?   If you are injured on the job in Indiana and unable to return to work for more than a week, you may be entitled to receive paid medical care and compensation for your lost wages equal to two-thirds of your average […]

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Workers Compensation Requirements and Penalties in Indiana

Workers Compensation Requirements and Penalties in Indiana   IC-22-3-2-2 requires employers to carry workers compensation coverage, with some exceptions   All Indiana employers must provide Workers Compensation coverage to all employees subject to Indiana Code 22-3-2-2.   IC 22-3-2-2 Mandatory compliance; burden of proof; exemptions     Sec. 2. (a) Every employer and every employee, except as […]

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exclusive remedy provision of Indiana’s Workers Compensation Act

Indiana Workplace Injuries and the “Exclusive Remedy” Provision of Indiana’s Workers’ Compensation Act   Being involved in an Indiana workplace accident is a stressful experience. Not only must the injured employee worry about physical recovery after the accident, but injured employees must also take time away from work.   On top of this, there are […]

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Determining Liability In Swimming Pool Accidents

Determining Liability In Swimming Pool Accidents     Many people flock to swimming pools each year to get out of the sun and enjoy warm weather. However, recreational time can quickly become dangerous when pool owners fail to take proper precautions to keep the pool safe.   If property owners do not fulfill their legal […]

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Time’s Up: Only 180 Days to File Indiana Tort Claim Notice

Time’s Up: Only 180 Days to File Indiana Tort Claim Notice   The Indiana Tort Claims Act (I.C. 34-13-3 et seq.) requires that notice must be filed before a plaintiff may bring a tort claim against any state agency or political subdivision.   Timing is Critical The timing of this notice is critical, as failing […]

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