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How Do I Sue For Sexual Harassment in Indiana?

Sexual harassment has long plagued the workplaces of many industries for a long time, which is why laws and legislation continue to be passed over the years to protect victims. These laws serve as a strong deterrent, ensuring guilty parties…
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Indiana Attorney General Loses License Over Sexual Harassment

Curtis T. Hill Jr., Indiana State Attorney General, got his license to practice law suspended for a month on the 13th of May 2020 over a sexual harassment incident from 2018. Four women accused Hill of inappropriately touching and groping them…
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Indiana, Should I File a Legal Claim After a Truck Accident?

Filing a claim after a serious truck accident is the right way to make sure that one gets compensated for any losses they faced. It can be intimidating to deal with the legalities of a truck accident on one’s own and a person should get the…
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Indiana Business Owner Files His Very First Claim in 19 Years for COVID-19 Losses and is Told it Won’t be Paid

After being in business for over 19 years, John Sohn, owner of Kaysan’s 5th Down Bar in Fort Wayne, Indiana filed his very insurance claim after suffering losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Sohn filed the claim after the government ordered…
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Can I sue an Indiana nursing home for a resident’s COVID-19 related medical expenses?

As of Sunday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services directed U.S. nursing homes to report coronavirus cases directly to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as to patients and their families. The CDC has not…
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Indiana worker was terminated by her employer when she needed time off for cancer treatment

Sometimes, an employer will attempt to find pretextual reasons to terminate a worker who has suddenly become ill. A Planned Parenthood location in Indiana was sued by a former employee for discrimination. Employee is terminated even though…