Does Indiana's Comparative Fault Law Ruin My Case?

Does Indiana’s Comparative Fault Law Ruin My Case?

What you’ll learn reading this article: In personal injury cases, Indiana uses the modified comparative fault rule. It could be difficult to recover compensation if you hold a certain amount of fault, but being partially to blame isn’t always a deal-breaker. These cases often come down to evidence and how much you can prove with… Read more »

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Who’s Responsible for a Car Accident in Bad Weather?

What you’ll learn reading this article: Indiana, as a four-season state, sees a reasonable amount of severe weather ranging from thunderstorms to tornadoes to winter storms.  Indiana is an at-fault state, meaning someone is always found responsible for an accident.  Indiana’s modified comparative fault negligence system means that one or more individuals can share in… Read more »

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What Are My Rights as an Injured Passenger in Indiana?

What you’ll learn reading this article: There are certain situations in which you, as a passenger, could be found partially at-fault for an accident. As a passenger, you have the right to pursue damages after an accident except in specific situations, such as the driver being a close relative. Accidents that involve multiple passengers can… Read more »