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Indiana Court of Appeals: $1.3M Verdict Not Excessive for Rear-End Collision & Not Reversible Error to Exclude Evidence of Prior Discipline of Medical Expert

WP Admin | Aug 24th, 2018

This week we look at Tunstall v. Manning, in which the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed a $1.3M verdict for a woman who suffered spinal injuries in a rear-end collision and further ruled that it was not reversible error, if error at all, to exclude evidence of the plaintiff’s medical expert’s prior professional discipline because he was no longer subject to discipline at the time of trial.

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Seventh Circuit Answers When a Change in Legal Theory Stated in a Complaint Will Prove Disastrous and When an Indiana Supply Contract is Enforceable

WP Admin | Aug 18th, 2018

This week, we discuss the Seventh Circuit’s ruling in the second appeal of Brc Rubber & Plastics, Inc. v. Cont’l Carbon Co., which held that a supply contract for the purchase of an approximate amount for a fixed price was an enforceable contract and further analyzed how a change in legal theory from that advanced in the complaint may impact the litigation.

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Bird and Lime scooters are applying to return to Indianapolis. They are effecient and cost-effective, but who is liable when scooter accidents result in injury?

lorrie@pavlacklawfirm.com | Aug 17th, 2018
Electric scooters from companies like Bird and Lime are now commonplace in cities all over the country. While they only made a brief appearance in Indianapolis earlier this summer, both companies have submitted applications to return to Indy with even more scooters than before. These e-scooters are an efficient and cost-effective way to get around … more »
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