In a city as large as Indianapolis (population ~800,000), there are going to be many lawyers to choose from. When facing a legal problem, the stakes are usually quite high. Because of this, it makes no sense to gamble on an Indianapolis lawyer picked at random out of the phonebook, or based solely on an advertisement.
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Like many legal communities, personal injury is a common basis for lawsuits in Indianapolis. If you have been injured, and someone else is at fault, a qualified lawyer in Indianapolis will be able to tell you if you have a case, and represent you if you do have one.
If you are just seeking basic legal information, the LegalMatch Law Library is a good place to start. It has over 3,300 articles covering a huge variety of legal topics, from family law, to criminal law, to intellectual property law, and everything in between.
For more specific or detailed information, the Indiana Supreme Court Law Library might have what you are looking for, and is open to the public.
Most lawsuits in Indianapolis will be filed in the Marion County Superior Court. You may want to consult a Lawyer Referral Service in Marion County, IN.