Lafayette Personal Injury Lawyer & Criminal Defense Attorney
Susannah Hall-Justice has been helping people with their personal injury, wrongful death, and criminal defense cases since 1997. Since 2013 when Indiana law changed drastically, she has been helping people with record expungement. Ms. Hall-Justice is licensed to practice law in Indiana and 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 travelled widely (visiting or living in over twenty countries).
Ms. Hall-Justice is Vice President of the Tippecanoe County Bar Association; she is on the Board of Governors of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, is the past President of the Carroll County Bar Association, is a member of the Cass County Bar Association, and belongs to:
I feel that my case was difficult due to the emotional aspect of the death of my child, and this attorney was with me every step of the process. My case had the best possible outcome considering my circumstances. I would like to also say that Ms. Hall-Justice made the whole thing easier by her approachability and personal service. I never felt as though I was being judged and that she and her staff contributed to my sanity during my case. It was easy to trust Susannah during a difficult time and she never let me down.
To the Hall-Justice Law Firm: You need to change nothing. Thanks for the compassion all members of your law firm showed me and when I was ready to give up you kept me going. This firm fought hard to get me compensated and I can’t thank you all enough. I wouldn’t go to any other firm in the same situation. Thanks.
The Hall-Justice Law Firm has made me very proud of the way I was represented. We couldn’t have had a better attorney helping us with our case. In the future, if I ever have any legal problems at all, I will call Hall-Justice Law Firm.
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