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Court of Appeals of Indiana
Roto-Rooter Services Company v. Nationwide Insurance Company of America a/s/o Eduardo and Dawn Manning Juarbe (mem. dec.)
Civil tort. Affirms the denial of Roto-Rooter Services Company’s motion for relief from default judgment in a dispute with Nationwide Insurance Company of America a/s/o Eduardo and Dawn Manning Juarbe. Finds Roto-Rooter failed to establish exceptional circumstances necessary to satisfy Indiana Trial Rule 60(B)(8).

In the Matter of D.L., A.P.L., and D.A. (Minor Children), and S.P.L. (Mother) v. Indiana Department of Child Services (mem. dec.)
Juvenile CHINS. Affirms the adjudication of mother S.P.-L.’s three children, D.L., A.P.-L., and D.A., as children in need of services. Finds the Allen Superior Court’s findings supported its conclusions that the children were endangered because of S.P.-L.’s inability to meet their needs. Also finds the children’s needs would remain unmet without the court’s coercive intervention.

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