Insurance company did not waive its personal jurisdiction defense in the answer it filed after removal to federal court and before remand to state court.
The Indiana Tort Claims Act’s discretionary function immunity provision does not apply to a negligent redesign of a highway claim.
Father’s child support was not offset by adult disabled daughter’s monthly Social Security Disability Insurance benefit.
A claimant in an action brought under Indiana’s civil forfeiture statute has a constitutional right to trial by jury.
The bank provided its customer with reasonable notice of its offer to amend its bank account terms, but the customer’s silence and inaction did not amount to acceptance of the amended terms.