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Michael V. Hardin v. Truck Country, 1:17-cv-2215-SEB-TAB

  • Pro se race discrimination case arising out of on-the-job alleged harassment and a constructive discharge. Defendant Truck Country of Indiana, Inc. primarily avers that: Plaintiff was employed by Truck Country as a mechanic, but was not subject to discrimination, harassment or deprivation of equal rights, nor was Plaintiff subject to a hostile work environment. Truck Country denies all of More...


Abduwali Muse v. R.D. Shepherd, et al, 2:17-cv-0291-WTL-MJD

  • Abduwalu Muse is a Somalian national rendered to the USA and convicted of piracy. He is incarcerated at the USP Terre Haute, Indiana. Muse asserts he is in dire need of dental care, with abscessed teeth needing treatment. He asserts he has lost many teeth and is unable to eat due to untreated pain. He is suing dental service providers at the USP for their alleged refusal to treat his serious More...


Lee McDaniel Parker v. Andrew Rupska, 2:16-cv-10-WTL-MJD

  • The Court is looking for an attorney to assist federal inmate Lee McDaniel Parker. Mr. Parker brought Eighth Amendment deliberate indifference claims against several defendants. His medical conditions include diabetes and a vision impairment. The Court dismissed most of Mr. Parker’s claims for failure to exhaust administrative remedies. The surviving claim is that Health Service Administrator More...


Walker Whatley v. Daniel Bates, 1:15-1450-RLY-TAB

  • Mr. Whatley filed a civil rights lawsuit alleging that while he was in the Marion County Jail, the defendant, Deputy Daniel Bates, placed him in a wristlock and pulled him from the top bunk to the floor. This caused Mr. Whatley to hit his head.  While on the floor, Bates put him in a chokehold with his knee planted in Mr. Whatley's back. Mr. Whatley alleges he was subjected to excessive force More...


Anthony E. Thompson v. Dr. Neil J. Martin, et al, 2:17-cv-0038-WTL-MPB

  • Mr. Thompson is an Indiana prison inmate who suffers from diabetes and pain in his right foot. He asserts that the defendants have not properly treated his diabetes nor a serious condition with his right foot. Mr. Thompson complains that he is in serious pain every day and is not getting treatment.

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