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Vickery v Perez, et al, 2:20-cv-0566-JPH-MJD

  • Mr. Vickery is an inmate at Putnamville Correctional Facility. He is proceeding against the defendants on Eighth Amendment claims alleging deliberate indifference to his serious medical needs. He specifically alleges that the defendants failed to provide him with the correct type of insulin to treat his diabetes, providing instead a form of insulin that was ineffective and caused him to suffer More...


Boykins v Griffith, et al, 1:19-cv-0610-TWP-DML

  • The Court is seeking to recruit counsel to assist plaintiff De'Adrian Boykins through settlement or trial. Mr. Boykins sued three prison guards ("State Defendants") and two employees of Wexford ("Medical Defendants") alleging Eight Amendment deliberate indifference claims related to a failure to provide him midday insulin shots. Summary judgment was filed by both the State Defendants and More...


Huspon v Foster, et al, 1:20-cv-1230-SEB-DML

  • The Court seeks to recruit counsel to represent plaintiff Terry Huspon, an inmate at Pendleton Correctional Facility, in this lawsuit pursuant to 42 U.S.C. ยง 1983. Mr. Huspon's claim in this case is that he was found guilty in a prison disciplinary proceeding on insufficient evidence and was not allowed to present exculpatory evidence. As a result, he contends that he spent 10 months in More...


Allee v Louzon, et al, 2:19-cv-0146-MJD-JMS

  • The Court is seeking to recruit counsel to represent Luke Allee, who claims arise out of an incident that occurred while he was a pretrial detainee incarcerated at the Marion County Jail. The municipal defendants' motion for summary judgment was denied in part, such that Mr. Allee's excessive force claims proceed against defendants Louzon and Clark, and his failure to intervene claims proceed More...


Stone v McCallister, et al, 1:19-cv-2071-JPH-TAB

  • The Court is seeking to recruit counsel to represent Brandon Stone, an inmate currently at Westville Correctional Facility. Mr. Stone's complaint raises Eighth Amendment excessive force claims against the two defendants, IDOC correctional officers, based on events that occurred while he was incarcerated at Correctional Industrial Facility. The defendants did not file a dispositive motion. More...


Hollins v Mitcheff, et al, 2:20-cv-0532-JRS-DLP

  • The Court is seeking to recruit counsel to assist plaintiff John Hollins, an Indiana Department of Correction inmate, in his lawsuit against several prison medical providers. Mr. Hollins asserts that he suffers from ataxia, a neurological condition. He asserts that the defendants treated his symptoms rather than the underlying condition, allowing his ataxia to progress. He has become almost More...


Johnson v Watson, 3:19-cv-0252-RLY-MPB

  • The Court is seeking to recruit counsel to assist the plaintiff at a settlement conference and if the case does not settle, at trial. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant subjected him to excessive force when the plaintiff was a pretrial detainee, in violation of his 14th Amendment rights. No motion for summary judgment was filed. The case will either settle or go to trial.

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