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  • By: Jeffrey Shaw, Esq.
  • Published: March 14, 2019

The answer is “sort of.” While this answer might not satisfy those people who require a simple “yes” or “no” answer to tough questions, let me try to explain Indiana premises liability case law. In order to prevail on a slip and fall case in Indiana, the injured person must prove: (1) a hazardous condition on the property caused the fall; and (2) the defendant had “notice” of the hazard. This might sound easy to understand, but it can prove to be difficult to the person who is not comfortable with interpretation of law. Being able to prove these two essential elements is required to move your lawsuit in front of a jury for deliberation. Frequently, a defendant landowner’s attorney…Read More

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