5930 Hohman Avenue, Suite 211
Hammond, Indiana 46320
Phone: 219-407-0130    
Fax: 312-321-0990

Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP has long had deep roots in the Hoosier State. Many of its attorneys were born, raised and schooled in Indiana. Additionally, the firm’s Indiana lawyers are not only licensed there, but spend a substantial amount of their practice in the state. This deep exposure and familiarity gives SMB lawyers tremendous credibility and respect throughout the Indiana federal and state courts.

The Indiana office, located near the Federal Courthouse for the Northern District of Indiana, allows SMB attorneys to conveniently serve their clients in this industrialized region and throughout the State of Indiana.

The firm presently has 12 lawyers licensed and practicing in Indiana, including:

Andrew J. Albright
John P. Arranz
Brian W. Bell
P. Stephen Fardy
Derrick L. Haddox
Jonna McGinley Reilly
T. Allon Renfro
Bryan E. Rogers
Eric J. Skwiat
Matthew S. Ver Steeg
Michelle M. Wahl

Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP proudly represents manufacturers of automobiles, industrial equipment and recreational vehicles, as well as steel producers, power companies, fuel distributors, a major Indiana restaurant chain, and one of the largest convenience store corporations in the state. Currently, the firm serves as co-national counsel for one of the largest steel manufacturers in the world, with extensive operations in Lake and Porter County, Indiana.

As a result of this extensive practice and client base, SMB attorneys have successfully tried many cases to verdict in Indiana. These cases have focused on a range of practice areas including environmental/toxic torts, product liability, class action, commercial disputes, medical negligence, premises liability and catastrophic incidents, pharmaceutical malpractice, intellectual property, professional liability and construction litigation.


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