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Emails reveal INDOT’s early disregard for inappropriate use of “Chip and Seal” on State Road 67
15 December 2017
We remain committed to seeking just reimbursement for those class members impacted by INDOT’s inappropriate use of Chip and Seal on State Road 67. While we are disappointed that a resolution has not yet been reached, we are not prepared to jeopardize or minimize our clients’ claims.
Emails among INDOT employees reveal that department knew the “Chip and Seal” method was inappropriate for the repairs being made to SR 67, but proceeded with the project. The emails paint a picture of employees that were frustrated with the method chosen and continuously aware of the problems on the SR 67 Chip and Seal project, while lacking considerable regard or initiative to correct the damages being caused to motorists.
Dillon Legal Group files Class Action lawsuit over State Road 67 Chip and Seal
22 July 2016
Approximately 370 people filed tort claims against the State of Indiana. Only four were paid, and the rest were denied without any reasonable basis.
Today, local attorneys Ryan P. Dillon and Maritza Webb of Dillon Legal Group, P.C., filed a lawsuit against the State of Indiana, specifically the Indiana Department of Transportation, for damages inflicted upon motorists’ vehicles during the State Road 67 chip and seal job performed in 2014.
Carrender Sentenced on Plea to Voluntary Manslaughter
14 June 2016
…once the State realized the emotional tensions going on in the home, the lack of aggravating circumstances, and the emotional toll of retrying the case, we were able to work toward a resolution that gives some closure to both David and to the Carrender family.
Following a change of plea hearing last month at which time David Carrender admitted to firing the shots that killed his son, Wyatt, in October 2013, Carrender appeared again today in court for sentencing. Rather than pleading to the charged offense of Murder, Carrender instead entered a plea of guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter, a class A felony. The plea brings about a conclusion to 32 months of uncertainty for both Carrender and the prosecution.
Phi Delta Theta Student Faces Suspension from Franklin College for sending Snapchats
2 May 2016
Clark’s suspension was swiftly imposed by Dean Hall through an egregious violation of Clark’s rights as a student at Franklin College.
This week, Franklin College will hold a second disciplinary hearing on misconduct allegations against junior Patrick Clark for Snapchats sent to other members of Clark’s recently suspended fraternity, Phi Delta Theta (PDT). At this time, Clark is the only student from PDT who has been formally disciplined by the college as a result of the allegations that prompted the chapter’s suspension.
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