No. 64S04-9104-CV-288.

569 N.E.2d 648 (1991)

Sterlin Joseph LeLoup, Appellant (Plaintiff below), v. William LeLoup & Betty Jean LeLoup, Appellees (Defendants below).

Supreme Court of Indiana.

April 10, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

R. Cordell Funk, Funk & Foster, Hammond, for appellant.

Theresa L. Springman, Spangler, Jennings & Dougherty, Merrillville, for appellees.


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.

In this case, plaintiff Sterlin Joseph LeLoup (Joe) is the son of the defendants/landowners, William and Betty LeLoup. On the night of January 24, 1983, Joe went to his parents' home to...

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