William W. Hurst
Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC
50 S. Meridian St., Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN 46204
William “Bill” Hurst has successfully represented hundreds of accident victims, and has limited his practice to personal injury cases for over thirty-five (35) years. Bill has helped families with tragic life altering injuries and deaths obtain millions on verdicts and settlements to compensate for their losses.
Bill is a graduate, with honors, from Indiana University School of Law. He has served on the Executive Committee and is a Director Emeritus of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association. He has published articles on various personal injury topics and has lectured at various legal seminars.
Bill is listed in Naifeh and Smith, The Best Lawyers in America and has been for over twenty (20) years. He has been selected as a “Super Lawyer” by the Indianapolis Monthly Magazine from its first publication in 2002 to its most recent. Bill was also selected as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in Indiana by the American Trial Lawyers Association in 2013. In 1998, Bill was named the Indiana Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association. Bill and his law firm have the highest rating given by Martindale Hubble.
Bill has extensive litigation experience involving, but not limited to
Bill successfully represented the State of Indiana in the Tobacco Litigation. He has been involved in mass tort litigation, including representing all women in the State of Indiana in the Norplant litigation, breast implant litigation, and numerous drug cases.
Bill believes that every case is unique and requires special personal attention. You may email him using our contact form or call (800) 636-0808 for a free consultation. See his website at https://billhurst.com
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