Foley & Small Practice Areas
Ed Foley and Doug Small have years of experience in handling and trying injury and accident cases throughout Indiana and in other states. Foley & Small organizes their personal injury and trial practice and their office operations to handle these cases in the most effective manner.
Along with their staff and other support personnel, Mr. Small and Mr. Foley's experience in several different practice areas will help you and your family deal with the payment of medical expenses, loss of pay concerns, gathering information and putting together your claim in the most expeditious manner, working to resolve your case by settlement, and if that is not achievable, then to take your case to trial and present your case in a clear, logical, compassionate and moving way to bring about the best verdict possible.
Please click on a link below for more information on Foley & Small's Practice Areas.
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