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Follow the latest legal trends and developments impacting our clients.

  • Indiana Supreme Court Decides Patchett v. Lee

    In this groundbreaking case, the Indiana Supreme Court reversed the holding of the trial court and Court of Appeals and held that a factfinder may hear evidence of the reduced amounts a provider accepts as full payments, even if the payer is a government healthcare program, like HIP.

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  • Consistent Choice of Law: Rexroad v. Greenwood Motor Lines, Inc.

    “People do not take the laws of their home state with them when they travel but are subject to the laws of the state in which they act.” Simon v. U.S., 805 N.E.2d 798, 807 (Ind. 2004).

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  • Uninsured Motorist Policy Limits Admissible

    Ruling on an issue of first impression, the Indiana Supreme Court unanimously held that it was within the discretion of the trial court to admit an insurance policyholder’s $250,000 uninsured motorist coverage limit as evidence.

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