Indiana Accident Injury Attorney - Foley & Small
Thank you visiting our website and for your interest in Foley & Small. We’re here to help the injured and their families.
Why Choose Foley & Small:
1. Experience - our attorneys each have 30+ years in the practice of injury, accident and trial law
2. Respect - our attorneys each have the highest rating from their peers
3. Success - we have a history of successful jury trials and maximizing settlements
4. Caring - we do not handle thousands of cases, but a select few; providing our clients with individualized attention assisted by a kind and caring staff
Foley & Small handles and tries cases across northern and central Indiana. This includes working in the following counties and county seats and cities: South Bend, Mishawaka [St. Joseph County]; LaPorte, Michigan City [LaPorte County]; Elkhart, Goshen, Nappanee [Elkhart County]; Lagrange [Lagrange County]; Albion, Kendallville [Noble County]; Columbia City [Whitley County]; Warsaw [Kosciusko County]; Plymouth [Marshall County]; Knox, North Judson [Starke County]; Valparaiso, Chesterton, Portage, Hebron [Porter County]; Crown Point, Hammond, Munster, Highland, Hobart, Merrillville, Gary [Lake County]; Kentland [Newton County]; Rensselaer [Jasper County]; Winamac [Pulaski County]; Rochester, Akron Fulton County]; Peru [Miami County]; Wabash, North Manchester [Wabash County]; Huntington, Roanoke [Huntington County]; Fort Wayne [Allen County]; Auburn, Garrett, Butler [DeKalb County]; Angola [Steuben County]; Logansport [Cass County]; Monticello, Remington [White County]; Delphi [Carroll County]; Kokomo [Howard County]; Marion [Grant County]; Bluffton [Wells County]; Decatur [Adams County]
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