South Bend Attorney
The main office of Foley & Small is located in South Bend. From this location the attorneys and staff of Foley & Small serve the counties of St. Joseph, Elkhart, Marshall, Fulton, Pulaski, Starke, La Porte, Porter and Lake Counties.
These areas are made of three primary parts – the greater South Bend-Elkhart area, the Region of the urban-industrial northwest and the southern agricultural counties. This dynamic area is the home of recreational manufacturing capital of the U.S., a steel manufacturing center of the U.S., numerous universities including Notre Dame, Valparaiso, Bethel, Goshen, Ancilla and Indiana University and Purdue University at their South Bend and Northwest campuses. The attorneys of Foley & Small have handled and tried cases across these counties.
Contact Foley & Small
If we can help you or your family regarding a personal injury, death or other loss, please contact Foley & Small by clicking on the link at the top right of this page for a live chat with a member of our staff or email us from our Contact page. You can also call us at 800-276-2525.
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