Even though juvenile defendant agreed to make restitution as part of the admission agreement, the juvenile court abused its discretion when it ordered him to pay restitution after it determined he did not have the ability to pay.
Evidence obtained via a valid search warrant is admissible even though the arresting officer only had an electronic copy at the time of the search.
In re Grandparent Visitation of G.S., No. 30A01-1608-DR-1801, __N.E.3d__ (Ind. Ct. App, Jan. 17, 2016).
There is no statutory authority for a trial court to order a child to have visitation with relatives other than a grandparent in the face of a parent’s objections
The Comparative Fault Act does not require that a jury allocate some fault to every actor who proximately caused the plaintiff’s injury, but permits the allocation of any percentage or no percentage of fault to a party or nonparty who caused or contributed to cause the injury.
Dermatology Assoc., P.C. v. White, No. 49A02-1512-PL-2189, __N.E.3d__ (Ind. Ct. App, Jan. 19, 2016).
To trigger the 180-day statute of limitations extension for a medical malpractice action, the plaintiff must show that she has subsequently acquired knowledge of or received information about something she did not previously know with regard to her injury and $15,000 is insufficient to compensate her for that more serious injury.