Indiana Court of Appeals Reminds Us that Admission of Liability Establishes 100% Fault


In this installment of the Hoosier Litigation Blog, we look at the recent Indiana Court of Appeals decision Banter v. Sheets wherein the court ordered a new trial for a case in which the jury returned a verdict finding the plaintiff 70% at fault despite the defendant having admitted liability.

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