Call Today for a Free Consultation

Man sentenced for girlfriend’s death caused by Indianapolis fire and burn injury

May 13, 2008 | Fire and Burn Injury, Personal Injury

Share

May 13, 2008

An Indianapolis man was sentenced to forty-five years in prison for setting his girlfriend on fire during a backyard argument.

The woman who died from the Indianapolis fire and burn injuries suffered third degree burns over 80 percent of her body. According to The Indianapolis Star, the Indianapolis fire and burn injury occurred after the man poured gasoline over his girlfriend’s body and ignited it.

Before the judge announced his sentence, the man apologized for the role he played in the Indianapolis fire and burn injury. After his sentencing, the man also said he would appeal his conviction.

Read More:

http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080508/LOCAL1801/805080505/1195/LOCAL18

Latest Resources

Trust the Experts

Have You Fallen at Work in Indiana? Be Sure To Follow These Steps

Falling while at work will likely qualify you for workers’ compensation benefits. However, you’ll...

Can I Get Workers’ Compensation in Indiana if I Am Injured While Violating Company Rules?

Indiana is a no-fault workers’ compensation state. That means that the investigation into what...

What Do I Do if an Insurance Adjuster Calls Me After an Accident?

If an insurance adjuster calls you after an accident, do your best to be polite. While you likely...

Free Initial Consultation

Get Stewart Today

If you have been involved in an Indiana personal injury accident, contact us at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys. Our Indiana personal injury lawyers represent victims throughout the state, including Carmel and Anderson. We have also successfully advocated for clients throughout the area, including Fort Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, South Bend. Complete a free online consultation form or call us at (800) 33-33-LAW!

Stewart & Stewart Attorneys have the knowledge and experience to defend your rights in the following areas of Indiana injury law: auto accident, brain injury, drug injury, defective product, fire and burn injury, insurance dispute, medical malpractice, motorcycle accident, nursing home abuse, slip and fall, Social Security Disability, truck accident, veterans disability, workers’ compensation, wrongful death, and wrongful termination.