You are about to make one of the most important decisions of your life. The purpose of this web site is to help you choose the right lawyer for your case. Gerald L. Cowan has practiced law for more than 34 years and actively represents injured victims and individuals involved in will, trust, and inheritance disputes.
In each case, carefully selected co-counsel is added to the team. The co-counsel will have represented clients in the same or similar type cases to yours and will assist the Law Offices of Gerald L. Cowan in protecting your rights and, if necessary assisting in preparing your case for trial. With the use of carefully selected co-counsel, the Law Offices of Gerald L. Cowan strives to give you the highest quality representation and equips itself to practice not only in all parts of Indiana, but also all parts of the United States.
In every case, mediation rather than trial is pursued in an effort to bring about a fair result. The advantage of mediation is that cases are often settled in a few months, rather than a few years, as is often the case with trial.
The Law Offices of Gerald L. Cowan and its co-counsel have the depth of experience, which is complemented by an expert support staff, to protect your rights in personal injury law, including wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, defective products, dangerous drug litigation and all types of will, trust, and inheritance disputes.
This high level of expertise and a record of successful client representation has resulted in Gerald L. Cowan’s Martindale-Hubbell AV rating, the highest rating available, and his being listed in The Best Lawyers in America. It is his goal to conduct his practice at all times in accordance with Christian principles
- Mediation is a natural option for a quick settlement. As George Bernard Shaw once said, “Some men see things as they are and ask why. Others dream things that never were and ask why not?” Mr. Cowan is definitely a “why not” lawyer.
- Personal injury accidents may cause long-lasting or permanent injuries and/or disabilities. They may also prevent the victim from performing pre-accident activities, including employment and daily tasks. Our Indianapolis personal injury lawyers hold the negligent party responsible for the injuries they have caused.