With a total of more than a century of complex plaintiffs’ litigation experience, we provide our clients a rare mixture of big firm resources and small firm personal attention. We represent victims of negligence and other wrongful conduct, and are committed to using the legal process to right wrongs for both individuals and commercial clients. Put our experience to work for you.
As a smaller, boutique law firm we can maximize our dedication to your case and offer you a more personal experience than you are likely to receive with a larger law firm. We have demonstrated our success in the most sophisticated plaintiffs’ litigation cases against the toughest adversaries.
$31 Million Awarded to Family in Federal Civil Rights Case
Jury Awards $519,250 in Car Crash Case with Neck Injury
Groth v. Pence is one of the cases which make the news because it involves a highly political issue. But it makes it to this discussion because of its interesting legal issues.
In December of 2014, then-Governor Mike Pence made the decision that Indiana would join a Texas lawsuit against the President of the United States to contest certain presidential executive orders on immigration. Groth submitted a request for public records related to this decision under the Access to Public Records Act. The Governor provided a number of documents, but redacted some, and withheld a legal memorandum.Read More
Every year, The National Law Journal’s Verdict Search affiliate scours the nation’s court records in search of the largest verdicts; it also consults with practitioners and with additional ALM Media LLC publications. In 2015 Price Waicukauski Joven & Catlin LLC won two of the largest verdicts awarded by juries in the United States.Read More
Hourly, contingent and combination fee arrangements are available to suit individual client needs. Unlike most law firms, we also offer alternatives to the traditional billable hour for clients involved in business disputes. You pay only for success not for unproductive hours spent on the case.
A significant portion of our practice consists of representing clients referred to us by other lawyers in Indiana and nationwide. Attorneys refer cases directly or as co-counsel because they trust that their client will be well represented both in the quality of work and the dedicated service we provide. Other firms know that we respect their client relationship and will not attempt to replace the firm in any fashion.