Indianapolis Slip and Fall Blog
Indiana accident attorneys at Keller & Keller LLP have provided this injury blog in order to keep their readers up to date on all of the most recent personal injury news, accidents, and events taking place around the state. We encourage our clients and those who have recently been involved in an accident to visit regularly and join the discussion.
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Government Immunity In Slip and Fall on Government Property The city of Beech Grove has had its request for immunity under the ITCA denied by the Supreme Court of Indiana. Learn more about this important case here.
Notre Dame Bans "Hydraulic Lifts" After Fatal Fall Last Autumn Notre Dame has installed remote cameras at their football field and will no longer have students use a hydraulic lift after a student fell to his death last fall.
Indiana Man Sues After Falling Down Elevator Shaft An Indiana caterer is looking for compensation after he fell four stories down an elevator shaft and seriously injured his leg and wrist.
Man Dies In Fall While Servicing Indiana Water Tower A worker servicing an Indiana water tower fell and died this week. Investigators are looking into when the fatal worker fall took place, whether or not any safety violations were involved, and why the accident happened.
How to Handle a Slip and Fall Injury Most people know what to do following a car accident, but what do you do after a slip and fall? When the person at fault isn't standing right in front of you?
What is the Attractive Display Doctrine in Slip and Fall Cases? Flashy window displays or merchandise can distract "invitee" pedestrians from hazardous conditions. Storekeepers and property owners must clear the path.
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