When someone is injured in an accident in Indiana, it is important to gather information about what happens next.
Being injured in a serious accident is always a shocking and scary experience, and dealing with the aftermath is exhausting and stressful. Accident victims are forced to deal with hospitalization, medical treatments, missed work, and lost income, often while trying to manage pain and disability from their injuries. And then the insurance adjusters start circling.
Find out more about accidents and what issues an injured person needs to be aware of by going to this link.
We understand filing or defending a civil case in court can be very difficult. There are a lot of court rules and procedures that have to be followed. Also, some cases may require specific kinds of immediate action or have deadlines to file papers, and failing to act or missing a deadline can have serious consequences for your case. Timely legal advice can stop small problems from becoming larger ones. The providers listed at the links on this page provide assistance with civil (not criminal) cases only. For assistance with a criminal case, you may either hire a private attorney or accept legal representation from the local public defender's office.
The purpose of the Pro Bono Committee is to fulfill the Indiana State Bar Association's commitment to pro bono efforts as an integral part of its mission and long-range planning. As such, the Pro Bono Committee shall develop and implement programs to educate the members of this Association about the need for and opportunities to engage in pro bono civil legal services for the poor, to encourage members to undertake pro bono representation of clients, and to recognize and honor Association members who exhibit outstanding commitment topro bono representation of clients or the enhancement of pro bono activities within the State of Indiana. The committee shall also develop the means of coordinating such Association programs with other organized pro bono efforts as well as with other committees and practice sections of this Association. The committee shall periodically report its recommendations to the Board of Governors.
Indiana Tech Law School’s founding and evolution reflect a belief that analytical thinking, practical skills instruction, and experiential learning are indivisible components of the curriculum. The Law School’s affordable, fully integrated program of experiential legal education develops core legal competencies by collapsing the distinction between doctrinal, writing, skills, and clinical courses. Through an assessment-based and outcome-driven curriculum, the Law School bridges the divide between legal education and law practice. The Law school produces diverse, competent, and ethical graduates who incorporate public service, professionalism, and passion into their roles as counselors and citizens.
Making the decision about where you pursue a legal education will impact the rest of your life. At McKinney Law we think you will find the best possible mix of theoretical grounding and practical training, hard work and fun, in a challenging yet supportive environment.
Founded in 1842, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law is the ninth oldest law school in the U.S. and the first state school in the Midwest. Located in a beautifully wooded setting in Bloomington, a classic college town, the IU campus is consistently ranked among the most beautiful in the nation. Nestled among Dunn’s Woods on the corner of the campus, the law school provides a tranquil learning environment.
The Indiana State Bar Association was founded in 1896, in the hall of the Illinois House of Representatives with more than 100 lawyers present. Today the ISBA is the largest legal organization in the state.