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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CLAIMS HAVE A FRONT END AND A BACK END

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Just last year, Indiana personal injury attorney Rich Hailey explains, the state of Indiana amended its Medical Malpractice Act, changing the cap on the amount injured patients can collect for a medical malpractice claim. Claims registered between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2019 are capped at $1.65 million per injury.  After that date,… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: IMPROPER MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS AND CARE RESULTED IN LOSS OF AN EYE

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Every medical malpractice case is different, to be sure. In the state of Indiana, the process by which a patient seeks compensation for injuries suffered when healthcare providers fail to offer proper care begins with a proposed medical malpractice complaint filed through the Indiana Department of Insurance. The reason: all malpractice claims against a… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: BROWN VS. IMPD CASE ABOUT MUCH MORE THAN PUNISHMENT OR MONEY

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

There are two kinds of cases that are heard in the trial courts, the Indiana Judicial Branch website explains: civil and criminal. Civil cases involve conflicts between people or institutions. They might involve divorce, child custody, or business contracts. Civil cases might also be personal injury cases, where a person has been injured and… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: HOLDING OVERLY AGGRESSIVE POLICE ACCOUNTABLE

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Even as the trial date for the Carl Williams case is being set and the case brought by Kevin and Dianne Brown is being processed, headlines about lawsuits against police are popping up all around the state, indeed around the country. Race continues to be a factor in the needlessly aggressive way in which… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: POLICE WHO ABUSE POWER MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE, LAW PROFESSOR STATES

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

There is no doubt in the minds of Kevin Brown, longtime professor at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana, and in that of his wife Dianne Brown,  that their race was a factor in the needlessly aggressive way in which they were treated during a traffic stop two years ago. The… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: POLICE INSENSITIVITY TURNS TRAFFIC STOP INTO A TRAVESTY

By Rich Hailey, Ramey & Hailey Law |

When citizens’ rights have been abused because unwarranted force has been exercised by the police, sometimes the only recourse is to “sue City Hall”. That is exactly the reason personal injury attorneys at Ramey & Hailey are representing clients Kevin Brown and Beverly Dianne Brown in their lawsuit against the City of Indianapolis, the… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: A CLEAR LINE FROM THE ACTION – OR INACTION – TO THE INJURY

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

“The city of Indianapolis’ practices, customs and policies, as well as its failure to properly train and supervise, resulted in all of the injuries suffered by Carl Williams on August 23, 2016.”  That sentence represents just one line in the15-page “complaint” document which was filed in the United States District Court by personal injury… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: LAWSUIT AGAINST POLICE DEPARTMENT INVOKES THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT

By Rich Hailey, Ramey & Hailey Law |

Sometimes, “suing City Hall” has nothing to do with a traffic accident involving a government owned vehicle, sexual harassment in a governmental office, or a slip and fall accident on government property. Sometimes, it’s about a citizen’s rights that have been abused because unwarranted force was exercised by the police. That is exactly the… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: IF A GOVERNMENT OR GOVERNMENT AGENCY IS AT FAULT, YOU CAN SUE

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Up until recently, you couldn’t sue a city or a government agency.  The reason? It was called “sovereign immunity,”and that doctrine protected governments from most lawsuits.  Times have changed, and today, as Findlaw explains, “If hurt or injured and the government is at fault, you can sue them for damages.” When governments are responsible… Read More »

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YOUR INJURY ATTORNEYS IN THE NEWS: HOMEOWNER’S POSSESSION OF HANDGUN LEGAL UNDER 2ND AMENDMENT

By Ramey & Hailey’s Reporter Ricky |

Two years ago, learning that his wife Sonia had been accosted by an assailant demanding that she turn over the car keys, homeowner Carl Williams retrieved the Glock 27 semi-automatic pistol he kept safely stored for protection. Emerging from the house into their well-lit garage, Carl was mistakenly shot by Officer Christopher Mills of… Read More »

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