This provides an in depth discussion of the law of an Indiana Court of Appeals case - D.J. v. Marion County Coroner's Office - in which the court found that the son of a 750-pound woman who passed away and whose remains were placed onto the back of a tow truck and covered in a dirty carpet could proceed with his claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress. The case garnered media attention and this post is a discussion of the law behind the story.
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