Attorney at Law | Criminal Defense | Personal Injury

MA8A7682 resized 600Susannah Hall-Justice has been helping people with their personal injury, wrongful death, and criminal defense cases since 1997, and is also licensed to practice law in Illinois.

She graduated from Harvard and studied law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law where she was a managing editor of a law journal, graduating in 1997. She grew up on an Indiana farm and traveled widely (visiting or living in over twenty countries).

Fighting for victims of serious injuries and wrongful deaths!

Ms. Hall-Justice has spoken several times as a featured presenter at the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association legal seminars providing information on representing minor children in personal injury cases and other personal injury and wrongful death topics. She served as president of the Carroll County Bar and is on the Board of Governors of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association.

She is also a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, the Tippecanoe County Bar Association, the Cass County Bar Association, the National College for DUI Defense, Inc., the Carroll County Bar Association.

"It's nice to feel sure that things in my interest are getting accomplished. I had hoped for positive outcomes as well as a sense of belonging with other firms with no success. With Hall-Justice Law Firm I enjoyed the security of knowing I was important." - C.T.

“It is my opinion that the Hall-Justice Law Firm did a great job representing my case. In fact Susannah went above and beyond when I expected.” - R.C.

R. Davy Eaglesfield

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Mr. R. Davy Eaglesfield is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, he then went on to graduate at the top of his class a Indiana University Indianapolis. His main area of practice is in environmental, insurance, coverage, business law, and real estate litigation in state and federal Courts for over 40 years.  He has been successful in making insurnce companies cover the losses they have contracted to cover.

Mr. Eaglesfield's practice includes industrial solid and hazardous waste issues, confined feeding operations, wetlands, toxic tort claims and equal rights and due process law.

He has practiced before the Indiana trial and appellate courts, and the federal district and and appellate courts.  His recent cases include: Indiana Farmers Ins. Co. v. North Vernon Drop Forge, 917 N.C.2d 1259 (Ind.Ct.App.2009); and City of Indianapolis v. Christine Armour, 918 N.E.2d 401 (Ind.Dt.App.2010), transfer granted 446 N.E.2d 552 (Ind. 2011), Petition for Cert. granted U.S. Supreme Court No. 11-161 (Nov. 14, 2011).

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