Wrongful Death Act and Fraudulent Concealment

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This week we examine the landmark Indiana Court of Appeals decision in Alldredge v. The Good Samaritan Home, Inc. which applied the fraudulent concealment doctrine from medical malpractice cases to the Indiana Wrongful Death Act and held that the two-year limitation to bring an action is tolled until such time as discovery could reasonably be made.

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