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  • House Bill 1061 Defeated; Asbestos Victims Retain Protections
    House Bill 1061 Defeated; Asbestos Victims Retain Protections

    George & Farinas attorneys and clients again defeated proposed state legislation targeting asbestos victims. House Bill 1061 aimed to extinguish the ability of someone suffering from mesothelioma and ...

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  • Indiana Court of Appeals Confirms Duties of Premise Owners to Contractors Hired to Work on their Properties
    Indiana Court of Appeals Confirms Duties of Premise Owners to Contractors Hired to Work on their Properties

    On September 28, 2016, a unanimous panel of the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled in favor of George & Farinas clients Larry and Loa Myers. At issue was what duties, if any, premise owners owe to ...

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  • Court-Mandated Deadlines Set for Zofran Lawsuits
    Court-Mandated Deadlines Set for Zofran Lawsuits

    Product Identification Fact Sheets and Plaintiff Fact Sheet deadline dates are set. As well as, Defendant Fact Sheet deadlines due dates are set. Cut and Paste the link to your browser to see more. ht ...

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  • Indiana Supreme Court Denies Rehearing
    Indiana Supreme Court Denies Rehearing

    INDIANA SUPREME COURT DENIES REHEARING – RIGHTS OF INDIANA RESIDENTS TO SUE ASBESTOS PRODUCT MANUFACTURERS OFFICIALLY RESTORED As previously blogged, on March 2, 2016, the Indiana Supreme Court ...

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  • Indiana Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision for Asbestos Victims
    Indiana Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decision for Asbestos Victims

    After years of hard work on this issue, it is with great pride we can finally say victims of asbestos disease have equal rights in Indiana. Yesterday the Indiana Supreme Court held 3-2 that the IPLA ...

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  • Florida Supreme Court Rules Against Caps on Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Awards
    Florida Supreme Court Rules Against Caps on Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Awards

    Positive news out of the Florida Supreme Court yesterday. The AP reports in a 5-2 decision authored by Justice R. Fred Lewis, the Florida Supreme Court declared unconstitutional "caps placed on how ...

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