A mistrial is an extreme remedy that is warranted only when no other curative action can be expected to remedy the situation.
The trial court had subject matter jurisdiction to grant plaintiffs’ motions to certify a class as a preliminary determination under the Medical Malpractice Act.
Common law claim for negligent furnishing of alcoholic beverages is a claim upon which relief can be granted.
The Trial Rules govern discovery and, as incorporated by Indiana’s Criminal Rules, apply to all criminal proceedings so far as they are not in conflict with any specific rule adopted by the Indiana Supreme Court for the conduct of criminal proceedings.
Summary judgment was appropriate for plaintiffs’ claims for breach of contract, promissory estoppel, negligence, and fraud against their insurance agency because plaintiffs did not review their easy-to-read, unambiguous insurance renewal certificates.