Indiana Supreme Court: ‘Even Slight Evidence of Excusable Neglect’ Sufficient to Uphold Trial Court’s Setting Aside of Default Judgment

Indiana Supreme Court: ‘Even Slight Evidence of Excusable Neglect’ Sufficient to Uphold Trial Court’s Setting Aside of Default Judgment

This week, we look at the Indiana Supreme Court’s extremely brief decision in Wamsley v. Tree City Village, which affirmed a trial court’s order setting aside default judgment because there was “even slight evidence of excusable neglect.”

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