William W. Hurst
Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC
50 S. Meridian St., Suite 600, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Congratulations to our very own Attorney, Alexander J. Limontes, who has been named a Member/Partner at the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC. While in law school, Alex was a law clerk for Bill Hurst of Mitchell, Hurst, Jacobs and Dick. After graduating from IU McKinney School of Law, Alex’s affinity for trying cases began as a Public Defender and soon after he returned to hone his trial skills at Mitchell, Hurst, Dick & McNelis which eventually evolved into the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC.
For over ten years now Alex has been representing the interests of his clients in Court as a Trial Lawyer and experienced litigator. Alex has been named to Super Lawyers for five (5) years now and was recently named to US News and World Report’s Best Lawyers in America in 2019. Alex has been recognized by his peers as the recipient of the Max Goodwin Young Lawyer of the Year award in 2016 from the Indiana Trial Lawyers and recognized for his work with the Indianapolis and Indiana State Bar Associations. For years Alex has committed himself to his clients and the Hispanic Community. Alex has argued and won in front of the Indiana Supreme Court for the rights of Latino workers in Indiana.
Alex has helped his clients recover millions of dollars as compensation for their life changing injuries. Alex’s compassionate client focused approach sets his clients at ease while achieving his primary goal to educate and explain the often difficult process of dealing with insurance companies.
Congratulations to Alex becoming a Partner/Member of the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC.
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