Attorney Chase T. Wilson

Chase T. Wilson is a young personal injury attorney who focuses his practice solely on representing accident victims, with the goal of obtaining fair compensation for their injuries. Chase attended East Central High School in St. Leon, IN before getting his bachelors in legal studies from Indiana State University. Upon graduation from undergrad Chase chose to attend the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law from which he graduated in 2016.

Chase is sports fanatic who played soccer, wrestled, and ran track before going to college. During his years at Indiana State University he was proud member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity where he served as Vice President and was named athlete of the year three years in a row.

During law school Chase worked as a clerk for the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC and was named to the Order of the Barristers due to his performance in the Moot Court Competition. He graduated with a certificate in Corporate & Commercial law which aids him in interpretting insurance contract language.

Chase was hired on as an attorney upon being admitted to the Bar in October of 2016.

Chase T. Wilson

 

CONTACTS

Tel: (800) 636-0808
cwilson@billhurst.com

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Car Accidents →
Semi-Truck Accidents →
Motorcycle Accidents →

EDUCATION

Indiana University McKinney School of Law- J.D.

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19 Jun

Driving in a city the size of Indianapolis can be a frustrating experience. There is always traffic somewhere, and stoplights, stop signs, slow-moving drivers, and other issues can be maddening—particularly when you need to get somewhere in a hurry. Sometimes, these difficulties (or a person’s problems at work, home, or other issues) result in aggressive…

13 Jun

In 2017, State Farm alone paid $132 million to 3,600 dog-related injury claims. With 124 claims and $4.6 million, Indiana ranked number 9 for states with the highest dog-related injury claims. The United States Postal Service report ranked Indianapolis at 16 for cities with the highest number of attacks on postal workers in 2017. With…

12 Jun

With the Fourth of July just a matter of weeks away, many of us Hoosiers are eagerly looking forward to celebrating our nation’s independence with friends and family. Perhaps you are planning on having a backyard barbecue, lighting off some (legal) fireworks, taking your boat out on one of Indiana’s scenic lakes, or just hitting…