If the defense believes that the trial lawyer only wants to settle, they will never pay the true value of the case.
Mike Stephenson is a Super Lawyer in Indiana along with many of his peers at McNeely Stephenson. This is one of the highest honors an attorney can achieveattorney profiles
The AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale Hubbell is the HIGHEST RATING and considered a significant accomplishment. It is a peer-reviewed process reflecting that other attorneys rank Mike Stephenson at the highest possible level of professional excellence.attorney profiles
Attorney Mike Stephenson is a proud member of The Litigation Counsel of America’s Honorary Society. A close-knit, peer-selected, and aggressively diverse honorary society of 3,500 of the “best trial lawyers” in the country. Less than one-half of one percent of American lawyers, vigorously vetted for skills, expertise, and service; an invitation-only collegial network.attorney profiles
The American Board of Trial Advocates is an invitation-only organization for attorneys of “high personal character and honorable reputation.” ABOTA works for the preservation of the civil jury trial, “Justice by the People,” and supports the right of a jury trial.attorney profiles
The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 is an invitation-only organization composed of the premier trial lawyers. Membership is extended only to the select few of the most qualified attorneys. Indiana attorney Mike Stephenson is proud to be included in this national organization of top trial lawyers.attorney profiles
Our attorneys are proven advocates and trial attorneys. They have served as lead trial counsel in more than 100 civil jury trials, and have handled litigation in 18 statesattorney profiles
McNeely Stephenson is proud to have the opportunity to fight for families across Indiana. For over 35 years our personal injury attorneys have won record-breaking victories for our clients…
We are exceptionally proud of our use of cutting edge technology to help tell our clients’ stories and illustrate the impact of the damage for jurors.
After a settlement, A Fortune 100 company president asked to use our MEDIATION PRESENTATION to help educate his managers on the consequences of the failure to comply with safety protocols.
This, says Indianapolis personal injury lawyer Mike Stephenson, was “one of OUR best gold stars ever.”
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Mike is an enormously experienced and skilled attorney with great instincts and talent.
It was an honor to work with him.
An extremely talented and well respected attorney in the legal community, I wholeheartedly recommend Mike to anyone looking for a lawyer who knows the law and truly cares about protecting the rights of his clients and getting them the most favorable result possible.
I have found Mike to be a smart and experienced, yet humble, lawyer, litigator. I have worked with him on three cases that posed some difficulties in reaching a near maximum settlement. I believe that Mike's assistance in those cases, without a doubt, resulted in a substantially better outcome for the client.
I would recommend Mike Stephenson to anyone in need of an attorney. He is skilled, knowledgeable, dedicated and persistent. Except as limited by his professional ethics, honesty, and integrity, he is committed to doing whatever work is needed to bring any case to the best possible conclusion. I have never written a letter such as this before but because of Mike’s extraordinary service to me and my clients,I felt compelled to share my experience with others.
Highway fatalities have become increasingly common in recent years, but deaths involving semi-trucks and other big trucks have become even more widespread. While death rates in all types of vehicles have gone up, trucking deaths have increased at a rate of almost three times the rate of other types of fatalities. More than 4,300 people died nationwide in 2016 from accidents involving big trucks. That figure is an increase of 28 percent since 2...