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With over half a million residents, Lake County is Indiana’s second largest county. Lake County shares its name with several other counties in the Great Lakes area. Lake County’s historic courthouse was built in the mid 1800s, when the area and the entire Midwest experienced a surge in growth.
Lake County lawyers can help you with any legal issue you may be facing. These include criminal defense, personal injury, bankruptcy, real estate transactions, and many more.
Attorneys in Lake County are currently suing the state of Indiana to recoup county funds being paid to state hospitals that care for indigent payments. Lake County is concerned that it has no means to recoup its funds. Indiana hospitals spend large amounts of money caring for the sick, poor, and uninsured of the state.
This case and others generally begin in the Lake County Circuit Court, part of Indiana’s 19th judicial circuit. Lake County attorneys should be familiar with the courts rules, staff, judges, and other Lake County lawyers.
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For more information on the law of Lake County and Indiana, explore the following links: