Indiana Negligent Entrustment

Under Indiana law, the theory of Negligent Entrustment allows for an injured party to recover from the owner of a vehicle who negligently allowed another person to use the vehicle. Negligent entrustment is most common in auto claims, although there are other circumstances where it is applicable.

Statement Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Due to recent events surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), Keis George has developed policies and strategies to ensure the safety of our employees and continuity for our clients. We will continue to monitor the situation and conduct business as the CDC and government recommend. Please know, we are operating at 100%...

Preserving the Scene

Preserving the scene is just one part of our Early Involvement Strategy and one of the most important factors in building a good case. Capturing relevant photographs throughout the investigation process along with taking witness statements and properly securing the scene will put you in the best position to preserve...

Indiana Animal Liability

In Indiana, areas that were once considered rural are experiencing population growth as urban boundaries expand. This can lead to a clash between rural and urban lifestyles. For example, as traffic increases on rural roads, there is increased potential for motor vehicle accidents involving livestock.

Ross Vandegriff Joins Keis George

Keis George LLP is pleased to welcome the addition of Ross A. Vandegriff as attorney in the Indianapolis, Indiana office. Vandegriff joins the firm’s recently expanded Indiana office, which will pursue subrogation and commercial litigation claims throughout the entire state from one centralized location in Indianapolis, Indiana.