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Indianapolis: 317-636-7460  Fishers: 317-495-7100 

Lewis & Wilkins - LitigationWe represent businesses, individuals, insurance companies, and governments in civil litigation as both Plaintiff and Defendant.

We understand that each trial is won before the opening statement is even made. Our professionals are versed in all forms of civil litigation. We represent businesses, individuals, insurance companies, and governmental agencies in all forms of civil litigation as both Plaintiff and Defendant.

Our litigators have appeared in tens of thousands of lawsuits on behalf of our clients.  Our experience cannot be quantified but it includes negotiating an eight-figure mass tort settlement, prevailing in a complex law enforcement trial, and prevailing in a healthcare-orientated wrongful death claim.  In the American legal community, the skill to try disputed matters before a jury is becoming a “lost art” as most cases settle.  We have conducted dozens of jury trials to successful conclusions.  We have the experience, skill, and ability to take your case to the finish line.

Our litigators are frequently invited to be guest speakers to other lawyers, industry professionals, and students on topics such as automobile accidents, law enforcement liability, governmental liability issues, and mass accident response.

Some areas of litigation that we are frequently involved in include:

  • Automobile Liability
  • Brain Injury
  • Breach of Contract Claims
  • Business Non-compete/Confidentiality
  • Defective Highway Engineering, Construction, Design
  • Estate Disputes
  • Fraud
  • Insurance Defense
  • Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Prison Guard Defense
  • Mass Action Tort
  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
  • Property Dispute
  • Serious Injury
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Trade Secret Litigation
  • Trucking Liability
  • Worker’s Compensation Defense
  • Wrongful Death

If you are seeking counsel for a potential lawsuit, please call (317) 636-7460 to make an appointment with one of our litigators.

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