INDIANAPOLIS | The five justices of the Indiana Supreme Court gave few hints Thursday about how they might rule in a case involving a spectator struck by a foul ball at a Gary SouthShore RailCats game in 2011.
INDIANAPOLIS | In contrast to the frigid chill in the air and piles of snow on the ground, baseball -- for many, the epitome of summer -- will be the focus of oral arguments Thursday at the Indiana Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | A recent decision by the Idaho Supreme Court could help a region woman partially blinded after being struck by a foul ball at a 2009 RailCats game convince the Indiana Supreme Court to allow her to sue the baseball team.
INDIANAPOLIS | It's not uncommon for judges to liken themselves to baseball umpires, though rarely do they actually rule in cases involving the national pastime.
GARY | A law firm representing a woman injured by a foul ball at a Gary SouthShore RailCats game has filed a petition seeking a transfer of the case to the Indiana Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled a woman struck by a foul ball and injured at a Gary SouthShore RailCats game cannot sue the team because the danger of foul balls is well-known and baseball fans have an obligation to protect themselves.
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