Personal Injury

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courthouse buildingWhen Does an Attorney Decide to File a Lawsuit?By Jack H. FarnbauchMay 22, 2020In a personal injury case, you have several options to see compensation for your losses.word "taxes" cut in half surrounded by twenty dollar billsPersonal Injury Case Proceeds and TaxesBy Jack H. FarnbauchApril 2, 2020When you are injured in an accident, it may seem as if you will never receive the compensation you deserve for your losses, damages, and injuries.wooden mannequins shaking hands Personal Injury Cases and MediationBy Jack H. FarnbauchApril 2, 2020Personal injury cases are often expensive and time-consuming when they go to court.pedistrian warning sign next to "school safety" textSuit Filed Against Carmel Schools for Failure to Protect Student from CoachBy Jack H. FarnbauchApril 2, 2020John Goelz, a former swim coach at Carmel High School, pleaded guilty last year to sexually exploiting a, then, 17-year-old student athlete and to possessing child pornography. German Shepard biting hand Property Owners and Dog Bite LiabilityBy Jack H. FarnbauchApril 2, 2020American households include almost 90 million dogs, according to the American Pet Products Association. man slipping and falling next to "Wet Floor" signKroger Loses Slip and Fall Summary Judgment AppealBy Jack H. FarnbauchMarch 17, 2020Ruth Lomax allegedly tripped and fell on a doormat while exiting a Marion County Kroger store in May 2017, injuring her back, ankle, right knee and shoulder and acquiring more than $40,000 in medical expenses.A food truck parked in a salvage yard suddenly exploded causing injury.Property where Food Truck was Parked Not Liable for Explosion Because Accident was not ForeseeableBy Jack H. FarnbauchMarch 23, 2019The salvage yard was successfully excused from liability in injuring the plaintiff.Indiana to pay family $25M in child death lawsuitIndiana to pay family $25M in child death lawsuitBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 5, 2017The Indiana attorney general and Department of Child Services’ decision to settle a lawsuit brought by a wrongly prosecuted family yielded the largest payment of its type in state history. Courtroom Field Trip Ends in Vicious Dog BiteCourtroom Field Trip Ends in Vicious Dog BiteBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 5, 2017The Abbotts, a Brazil, Indiana family have reached nearly $200,000 in settlements after their child was bit by a police dog. The Abbotts filed a civil lawsuit in Clay County against the Brazil Police Department, City of Brazil, Clay Superior Court Judge Blaine Akers and the Clay Community School Corporation as a result of the bite.Law book and gavel Attorney fees and litigation costs allowed in child’s wrongful deathBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 30, 2017John and Megan Crays filed a wrongful death suit after their 13-year-old son was electrocuted and died while swimming. The couple who owned the pool reached a settlement with the homeowners, the Crays, but the manufactured housing community where the accident occurred, Angel Shores Mobile Home Park, proceeded to a jury trial.