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Sue My Car, Not Me: Products Liability and Accidents Involving Autonomous Vehicles
Posted on: Apr 17, 2018

This article addresses the liability of autonomous vehicle by examining products liability through the use of four scenarios: the distracted driver; the diminished capabilities driver; the disabled driver; and the attentive driver.

Indiana Court of Appeals Remands Case for Trial Court to Determine if Landlord's Insurer has Viable Subrogation Claim Against Tenant
Posted on: Apr 5, 2018

Under Indiana law, it is well established that a landlord and tenant may waive their rights to sue each other for any damages covered by insurance. But even if the landlord and tenant do not explicitly waive those rights in the lease, a landlord’s insurer is not necessarily entitled to pursue a subrogation claim against a negligent tenant.

An Individual’s “Principal Residence” for Purposes of Qualifying for Uninsured Motorists Coverage is Not Simply Where They are Living at the Time of the Accident
Posted on: Apr 5, 2018

In Grange Mutual Casualty Company v. Estate of Stephen Stetz, 2018 Ind. App. LEXIS 72 (Ind. Ct. App. 2018), the court found—under Ohio law—that Stephen Stetz (who tragically died after being struck by an uninsured motorist) qualified for benefits under his parents’ auto policy as a “family member” because his “principal residence” remained at his parent’s house in Ohio even though he had been living and working in Chicago for over a year.

When Can a Policyholder Select Defense Counsel in Indiana?
Posted on: Apr 3, 2018

Under these circumstances, the policyholder should be afforded the right to choose the defense attorney to represent the policyholder’s interests in the underlying lawsuit or claim.

Federal Circuit: Insurer’s Attempt to Stand in the Shoes of Government Contractor Fails
Posted on: Mar 29, 2018

The Tucker Act cannot be read to waive sovereign immunity for a general liability insurer that brings suit as an equitable subrogee of a prime contractor, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit instructed.

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