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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Stanley v. Walker

... SULLIVAN, Justice. The amount of medical expenses actually paid by the plaintiff in this personal injury case was discounted from the amount originally billed because of arrangements between the plaintiff's health insurance company and the medical service providers. ...

Pflanz v. Foster

... Under Indiana's discovery rule, a cause of action accrues, and the statute of limitation begins to run, when a claimant knows or in exercise of ordinary diligence should have known of the injury. Wehling v. Citizens Nat'l Bank, 586 NE2d 840, 843 (Ind.1992). ...

INDIANAPOLIS-MARION COUNTY v. CCL

... [2] Consistent with this principle, where the injury to the plaintiff is from a defective product or service (as the Library alleges here), the defendant is liable under a tort theory if the defect causes personal injury or damage to property other than the product or service itself. ...