Settlement Reached in Indiana Taser Shock Case

 Friday, August 29, 2014

 Insurance Journal

The southern Indiana tourist town of Nashville has reached a settlement with a Michigan man who accused a deputy marshal of shocking him with a Taser gun while he was having a seizure. The Herald-Times reports the terms of the out-of-court settlement between Nashville’s insurance company and Robert Newell’s attorney were not disclosed. The 51-year-old Three Rivers, Mich., man had threatened to sue Nashville for civil rights violations, unlawful use of force and inadequate police training.
LitigationLiability
BROWSE RELATED NEWS ARTICLES