Experienced Injury Trial Lawyers Young and Young, a Legacy of Representing Hoosiers

The lawyers of Young and Young travel all over the state of Indiana representing Hoosiers who have been seriously injured in drunk driving accidents.  We are your Indiana Drunk Driving Accident lawyers.  It makes no difference if the drunk driving accident was a car accident, a truck accident or a motor cycle accident, we are relentless in pursuing those who make terrible choices such as getting behind the wheel after drinking and causing injury to our beloved Hoosiers.  Young and Young has been representing Hoosiers since 1903.  We have had a continuous legal presence from then until now.  Our ancestors first settled in what is now Johnson county in the 1820s and we have been Hoosiers ever since.  Our great great grandfather, looking for work, walked from Johnson County to Indianapolis.  He had a son, Howard S. Young, who would become an Indiana Supreme Court Justice before starting Young and Young.

Howard taught his son, who taught us, that there are two essentials to representing Hoosiers, hard work and a dogged determination to understand medicine.  The hard work involves getting to the scene of the accident as soon as you are hired, taking pictures, talking to witnesses and documenting all the facts of the case.  The medicine is essential to informing the jury about the severe nature of the injuries.  We work with nationally renowned doctors who have taught us the medicine of serious injury including brain injury, spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis such as paraplegia and quadriplegia, severe burns, back injuries, broken bones, blindness and wrongful death.

If you have been drinking, call a cab, use a designated driver, call a friend, walk, or rent a room.  Do anything but get behind the wheel.  You cannot undo the harm you do in  a severe drunk driving accident, so prevention is the best answer.  Love yourself, love your family, love your fellow Hoosiers, do not drink and drive.

NOTICE: No face-to-face meeting needed. You can remain safely in your home from case signup to settlement.