Indiana: Bar Owed Duty to Patron Whose Jaw Was Broken by a Drunken Patron Who Had Been Bounced from the Bar
This week we look at the Indiana Court of Appeals’ decision in Buddy & Pals III, Inc. v. Falaschetti, which found that a bar owed a duty to a patron whose jaw was broken by another patron after the other patron had been bounced from the bar for fighting and tried to reenter.
Indiana Court of Appeals: Agreement to Insure is an Agreement to Provide Both Parties with the Benefits of Insurance
In the last installment of the Hoosier Litigation Blog for 2018, we examine the Indiana Court of Appeals’ decision in Youell v. Cincinnati Insurance Co., which held that a lease requiring the landlord to maintain fire insurance foreclosed a claim against the tenant for losses suffered by a fire because the lease shifted the allocation of risk from the parties to the insurer.
Indiana Court of Appeals Allows Claim Against School for Off-Campus Death of Student to Proceed to Trial
This week we examine the decision Murray v. Indianapolis Public Schools, which allowed claims against a school for the off-campus death of a student. We also briefly discuss two other interesting decisions from the Indiana Court of Appeals, which were handed down this week.