Cline Farrell Christie & Lee is a law firm based in Indianapolis, Indiana, dedicated to serving individuals and the families of individuals who have suffered wrongful injury or death. Our attorneys have been together for over 30 years and have more than 120 years of combined experience. As a team, we’ve focused our collective efforts on providing compassionate, tireless support to the clients we represent. We personalize our approach to each of our client’s cases to meet their specific needs. Our attorneys, recognized both nationally and in our home state of Indiana for excellence, successfully handle accident and injury cases, wrongful death, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, car accidents, and a variety of other areas of practice. No matter what incident leads clients to our door, we fight to get the best outcome on their behalf.
Unlike some personal injury law firms that advertise heavily on television, billboards and public transportation, we limit the number of cases we take and focus on winning compensation for permanently injured individuals and families grieving a wrongful death. We have extensive experience in high-value cases involving brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, birth injuries and other life-altering consequences including, but not limited to:
- Vehicle accidents that injure drivers and passengers in automobiles or trucks, on motorcycles or bicycles, and as a pedestrian.
- Dangerous and defective products including automobile parts and systems, medical devices, and recreational or other consumer goods.
- Medical mistakes resulting in severe and life-changing injuries due to neglect by a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional.
- Falls or other injuries on premises due to the negligence of property owners or managers.
Rather than position our office in a high rise, we wanted our offices to reflect the stability of our firm. In 2001, we purchased the historic Bals-Wocher House, built in 1869, and converted it into our office. Our building is considered one of the finest examples of Italianate architecture in Indianapolis, and was established on the National Historic Register in 1979.