No. 03S01-9104-CV-289.

569 N.E.2d 646 (1991)

William RISK, Appellant (Plaintiff below), v. Carl W. SCHILLING and, Schilling Farms, Appellees (Defendants below).

Supreme Court of Indiana.

Rehearing Denied June 3, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

William W. Hurst, Scott S. Ballantine, Mitchell, Hurst, Jacobs & Dick, Indianapolis, Patrick W. Harrison, Beck & Harrison, Columbus, for appellant.

Lawrence McTurnan, Douglas R. Meyer, William K. Deer, McTurnan, Meyer & Cadwell, Indianapolis, Thomas N. Mote, Lawson, Pushor, Mote & Coriden, Columbus, for appellee Carl Schilling.

Richard S. Ewing, Rebekah F. Pierson, Stewart & Irwin, Indianapolis, for appellee Schilling Farms.


SHEPARD, Chief Justice.

This is one of four cases concerning the duty an Indiana landowner or occupier owes to his social guests to protect them from physical harm while they are on his premises.

C.W. Schilling and his three siblings own their family farm as a partnership called Schilling Farms. They lease the arable land to a tenant farmer. C.W. lives in a trailer on one corner of the property. In addition to his trailer...

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