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Car Accidents Can Have a Lasting Affect By Jack H. FarnbauchJanuary 20, 2021Common injuries sustained in a car accident include, but are not limited to lacerations, soft-tissue injuries, fractured or broken bones, head injuries, back and spinal injuries, and sometimes in the most unfortunate situation, a person’s death. Car Accident Victim Waived his Right to Appeal during Sidebar at TrialBy Jack H. FarnbauchJanuary 20, 2021“Cook’s failure to supplement the record in a timely manner is particularly consequential in this case because we are unable to determine whether Cook moved for a mistrial or what his basis was for such a motion,”Hamilton County Magistrate Judge Permanently Banned from BenchBy Jack H. FarnbauchJanuary 20, 2021former Hamilton County Magistrate Judge who purchased meth from an informant in a sting operation then bit the thumb of an officer who tried to stop the jurist from swallowing the evidenceRenowned Cancer Researcher Given Fatal Dose of Fentanyl Instead of Fluids in hospitalBy Jack H. FarnbauchJanuary 19, 2021death came after a “tragic circus of errors” that occurred during his stay$66.5 million settlement against cardiologistBy Jack H. FarnbauchDecember 22, 2020Defensive Medicine Strategy Makes Sense in TelemedicineBy Jack H. FarnbauchDecember 16, 2020physicians living in regions with a high incidence of medical malpractice claims may be more susceptible to ordering advanced Medicare imaging as a defensive medicine strategyVicarious Liability Pursued at the Panel StageBy Jack H. FarnbauchDecember 8, 2020A former hospital patient in an interlocutory appeal will not be barred from proceeding with his allegations of vicarious liability/physician negligence in his submission to be evaluated by a medical review panelIndiana Returns to Jury Trials Post-Covid 19Indiana Returns to Jury Trials Post-Covid 19By Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020As Hoosier trial courts prepare for the return of in-person proceedings with COVID-19 precautions, many unanswered questions remain about the best practices for safely conducting jury trials.Posting on Social Media Before a Personal Injury LawsuitPosting on Social Media Before a Personal Injury LawsuitBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020What should you say on social media after you have been involved in a car accident or other injury caused by anotherCourts See Decrease in Tort Filings, Likely Due to Costs AssociatedCourts See Decrease in Tort Filings, Likely Due to Costs AssociatedBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 24, 2020An analysis of state court data by the Wall Street Journal challenges the notion that Americans are overly litigious and raises questions about prohibitive litigation costs