Month: June 2019

Who’s Your Expert? Nurses’ Testimony in Medical Malpractice Cases

By Jarryd Anglin Medical malpractices cases usually center on expert testimony. In fact, expert testimony is almost always required in such cases. “The question of the appropriate standard of care (in medical malpractice cases) may not be resolved without resort to expert testimony.”  Marquis v. Battersby, 443 N.E.2d 1202 (Ind. Ct. App. 1982).  If all… Read more »

Downtown [New Castle] thrives in vibrant improvements

(Originally printed in the Spring 2019 edition of Chamber Magazine, published by the New Castle-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.  Used with the permission of The JMetzger Group and New Castle-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.) STORIES BY JOHN METZGER, PHOTOS BY KURT HOSTETLER. One of the more recent downtown New Castle business occupants isn’t new at… Read more »

Indiana’s Pay to Play Law

By Jarryd F. Anglin. Several years ago Indiana passed a “Pay to Play” statute.  While it did not receive a lot of fanfare, it is a potentially powerful tool insurers and their insureds can use to decrease exposure in certain personal injury claims. In order for the statute to apply a claimant must seek coverage… Read more »