Reid A. Nahmias

Reid graduated in 2009 from Denison University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Psychology. In 2012 Reid received his law degree from Indiana University School of Law- Indianapolis, graduating cum laude and receiving the school’s Environmental & Natural Resources Law Certificate. Reid has interned/clerked in a variety of positions throughout his academic career including the Washington D.C. Office of Senator Richard Lugar (IN), The Finish Line Inc. (legal department), the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), and Mitchell Hurst Dick & McNelis, LLC.

Reid currently practices personal injury law but has also assisted in family, business and commercial litigation. He is licensed for all courts in the State of Indiana, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.

Reid Nahmias

CONTACTS

Tel: (800) 636-0808
rnahmias@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., Cum Laude

16 Aug

The Indianapolis Star reports that Indianapolis ranked 39th overall for “best & worst cities to drive in” and 82nd in driver safety among the 100 largest cities in the United States. The study, conducted by WalletHub, compared the cities across four dimensions, which included the cost of ownership and maintenance, traffic and infrastructure, safety, and…

14 Aug

Traumatic Brain Injury is an acceleration-deceleration brain injury most commonly caused by car accidents, blast trauma during combat, and severe sports injuries. There is first a direct injury—the acceleration—and then a rebound injury, when the brain moves within the skull. Concussions are a mild form of traumatic brain injury, or TBI. The parts of the…

09 Aug

Once a law suit is filed, both an insured and insurer have obligations to fulfill under their policy agreement. Indiana law recognizes the validity of cooperation clauses and an insured’s breach of that clause can preclude recovery under the policy. This can be worrisome for injured plaintiff’s dealing with a non-compliant defendant. There are three…