Who is at Fault? In a Premises Liability Case

Indiana law treats premises injuries different based on the status of the person at the time they were injured. There are three classifications of persons: invitee, licensee, or trespasser. An invitee is a person invited upon the property by express or implied...

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What is Premises Liability?

Property owners in Indiana, (homeowners, landlords, and commercial property owners) have a legal responsibility to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition and to provide adequate warning of any hazard or unsafe condition that cannot be quickly...

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Have your rights been violated?

It is common to feel intimidated, powerless, or even scared when you’ve experienced discrimination or had your civil rights violated. There are laws to provide protection. Civil Rights cases are usually very fact sensitive. This requires a close analysis and...

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Can I negotiate my own insurance claim?

Let's say you are involved in a car crash. Do you work with the insurance company to try to resolve your claim or do you hire a lawyer to help you? Well, it depends. The best advice I could give you is to talk to a lawyer. You very well may be able to resolve the...

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