Proposed legislation would allow juries to know whether or not someone involved in a car accident was wearing a seat belt.
Unions are still trying to convince the courts to strike down Indiana's right to work legislation, but the battle is difficult and, some say, futile.
Legal procedures and research mean it could be two years before the state fair stage collapse lawsuits make it to court.
The move could save money by keeping some common types of lawsuits out of the Monroe County court system.
Workers begin hauling away the wreckage of the state fair’s grandstand stage today, two months after a collapse that killed seven people.
An Indianapolis lawyer says an insufficient response to the state fair stage collapse is one reason he continues to file lawsuits.
27 lawsuits have been filed against 10 consulting companies who claim their services are 100% guaranteed.
Of the five percent of malpractice claims that actually go to trial, four out of five reach verdicts in favor of the doctor.