he got a job in prison and while working he fell and dislocated his finger and possibly broke his hand he ended up relocted his finger himself and they xrayed his hand 3 days later and they told him it is broken then they said he would have to wait to see the doctor to get a cast on they didnt send him to the doctor until 2 weeks later
Workers' Compensation Lawyer
Unless he sustained additional harm by the delay in treatment, there is no claim.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
Indiana has a rule before you can sue any public entity - such as the police, etc., you must file a tort claim notice with 180 days of the incident.
Each of the other comments already printed are good as well.
IF you do not file a notice - which they have to answer - then you lose your ability to sue.
The entity then answers and either admits or denies responsibility.
You should be able to find an attorney with experience in suing jails and police, etc.
There are several technical requirements which one has to put in a tort claim notice.
DO NOT DO IT YOURSELF.
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