The issue of excusable neglect often arises in the context of motions under Rule 60(B). And this case shows that when proving excusable neglect, you need to provide more than just argument.
Indianapolis Law Club
You may think that a favorable outcome in a case is res judicata and prevents relitigating previously litigated issues. But while this is generally true, it is not a universal truth.
Apparently, lawsuits involving dangerous horses are governed by a different set of rules than claims involving other dangerous animals if the riders are engaged in a sporting activity at the time of the injury.