When an insurance company includes an explicit exclusion in its policy to cover loss resulting from an intentional act by a co-insured, an “innocent co-insured spouse” is barred from recovery.
Deeter v. Ind. Farmers Mut. Ins. Co., No. 43A04-1305-PL-229, __ N.E.2d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Dec. 4, 2013).
Proposed Qualified Domestic Relations Order (“QDRO”) presented for signature over twenty years after the entry of the settlement agreement was not time-barred.
Reverses motion to suppress evidence found in a search of defendant’s vehicle and inculpatory statements that defendant made to police.
Trial court properly found defendant with brain injury incompetent and committed him to the Division of Mental Health and Addiction (“DMHA”) pursuant to Ind. Code § 35-36-3-1.
“[W]hile a revocable trust is revocable, the trustee only owes a duty to the settlor.”