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Carmel, Indiana Mayor Threatens ‘Reckless Homicide’ Charge for Nursing Homes Not Testing ResidentsBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 23, 2020What is Loss of Earning Capacity in a Wrongful Death Case?By Jack H. FarnbauchMay 22, 2020If you find yourself in the unfortunate circumstance of a wrongful death case, it is emotionally devastating. If the person who passed was the primary source of your family’s income, you will experience current and future income loss. Parkview Now Unable to Put Liens on Medicaid PatientBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 22, 2020In a case that many local attorneys were following closely, Allen Superior Court Judge, Craig J. Bobay, ruled last week Parkview was required by law to reduce the value of its liens by the amount of Julie Sabatino's Medicaid benefits. Benefits of a Video Statement of a Treating Physician Vs. a Narrative ReportBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 22, 2020What is a Demand Letter and How are They Used in a Personal Injury Case?By Jack H. FarnbauchMay 22, 2020Here at the Sweeney Law Firm, we go through multiple avenues to try to resolve your case quickly while at the same time, try and get you the maximum amount to make you whole. When 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.Honesty is the Best PolicyBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 21, 2020If you’ve been involved in a personal injury or medical malpractice and find yourself needing an attorney, the most important thing to do is be completely honest with your attorney. NYT Article Warns of Risk Chain Pharmacies Pose with Medication ErrorsBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 5, 2020Many pharmacists at companies like CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens described understaffed and chaotic workplaces where they said it had become difficult to perform their jobs safely, putting the public at risk of medication errors.South Bend Nursing Home Houses Over 60 Coronavirus CasesBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 2, 2020The St. Joseph County long-term care facility with a coronavirus outbreak has reported that 54 patients and seven employees have tested positive, according to a county health official. Insurance Mix-Up Leads to Fatal Accident Not Being Covered by InsurerBy Jack H. FarnbauchMay 1, 2020An ambulance that crashed into a car and killed its driver was not covered under an insurance policy, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled April 7, 2020. As a result, the insurer had no obligation to either the ambulance service or its employee.