Our Personal Injury Attorneys
Attorney Mike Stephenson
Mike Stephenson has over 30 years of experience and is a trusted advisor to many individuals and companies. His current practice is dominated by civil litigation in state and federal courts. He focuses much of his time on handling catastrophic personal injury claims caused by all types of accidents, including motor vehicle, tractor trailer, workplace accidents, product liability, and fire, just to name a few.
Mike is a proven advocate and trial attorney. He has served as lead trial counsel in more than 100 civil jury trials, and has handled litigation in 18 states.
Attorney Brady Rife
Brady has developed a diverse civil litigation practice for plaintiffs throughout Indiana and is heavily involved in serious personal injury and complex accident litigation. Brady has successfully tried several jury trials and bench trials as lead counsel and has also briefed multiple cases before the Indiana Court of Appeals.
From a diligent and thorough investigation to hiring knowledgeable and experienced experts, Brady works to present the best case he can for his clients.
Sean R. Roth
Sean R. Roth is an associate in the Shelbyville office of McNeely Stephenson where he concentrates his practice in the area of personal injury civil litigation throughout Indiana. Sean graduated summa cum laude earning his J.D. from Indiana University.
Partnering With Injury Firms Across the Country
McNeely Stephenson often works in partnership with other law firms, adding its experience, legal acumen and resources to the effort to bring compensation and justice to those injured by negligent individuals or businesses. For example, we currently are working closely with a renowned national personal injury law firm on a double-fatality accident caused by a trucker for a large multinational corporation who fell asleep at the wheel after having worked too many hours in the oilfields. Our reputation and track record in trucking accident cases and other personal injury situations extends past the borders of Indiana, resulting in significant wins for injury victims countrywide.