Indiana currently ranks 14th in the nation in lawsuit fairness, in the top-third of all states.

Indiana at a Glance

NERA Study: Impact of Lawsuit Reform Get the Full Report
$108 Potential Tort Cost
Reduction ($1,000,000)
0.40% - 1.07% Potential Increase
in Employment

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Kudos to Indiana House for Passing Lawsuit Lending Reform Bill

February 06, 2015 | Insights

Earlier this week, Indiana became the latest state to advance legislation to rein in the lawsuit lending industry, with the Indiana House of Representatives passing a common-sense reform bill on a vote of 68-20. Read More »

Tags: Lawsuit Lending, Indiana

In the News Today - February 6, 2014

February 06, 2014 | Insights

A judge's recent decision should be a wake-up call for the potential for fraud in asbestos litigation, ILR's Harold Kim told NPR. Read More »

Tags: Asbestos, Lawsuit Lending, Indiana

In the News Today - December 9, 2013

December 09, 2013 | Insights

Indiana lawmakers are considering regulations for lawsuit loans. Read More »

Tags: False Claims Act (FCA), Lawsuit Lending, Indiana

The 2012 State Liability Systems Ranking Study

September 10, 2012 | Research

The 2012 State Liability Systems Ranking Study was conducted for the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform to explore how fair and reasonable the states' tort liability systems are perceived to be by U.S. businesses. Participants in the survey were comprised of a national sample of 1,125 in-house general counsel, senior litigators or attorneys, and other senior executives who indicated that they are knowledgeable about litigation matters at companies with at least $100 million in annual revenues. The 2012 ranking builds on previous years' work, where in each survey year all 50 states are ranked by those familiar with the litigation environment in that state. Prior to these rankings, information regarding the attitudes of the business world toward the legal systems in each of the states had been largely anecdotal. The State Liability Systems Ranking Study aims to quantify how corporate attorneys view the state systems. Read More »

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