William E. Beck II

  • Established in 1976
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About this firm

We represent people not insurance companies. We want to work for you.

Given our years of trial experience, we are committed to competently and aggressively pursuing the legal rights of injured plaintiffs.

We live here, we are in the courtrooms and we are prepared to try your claims throughout the trial courts of this state.

In Indiana civil trials, our regional and local knowledge spans over a quarter century. Civil jury trials. Personal Injury. Wrongful death. Worker compensation. Medical malpractice. Brain damage. Catastrophic injuries. We have been there. We promise zealous, aggressive, representation and competent advice.

Our promise: valued trial expertise and trusted legal advice. Our mission is to represent those who deserve legal redress for injury to their person or property.

Areas of Practice (4)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Civil Trial Practice
  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Workman'S Compensation

People (1)

Plaintiff, Accidents, Automobile Accidents and Injuries, Automobile Negligence, Bodily Injury, Brain Injury, Head Injury ...

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