Truitt Law Offices Announce New Permanent Office in North Indianapolis

For the past 40 years, Truitt Law Offices has served the Fort Wayne and Huntington area and now has a dedicated office for Indianapolis

Indianapolis, IN - April 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

A high level of confidentiality is required for any legal case. Having a dedicated, private space for meetings, conferences, and negotiations is crucial to ensure the success and privacy of any legal matter. For more than 20 years, Truitt Law Offices has upheld this level of privacy and confidentiality for clients in a shared office space, and now announce they have opened a permanent office in north Indianapolis for clients living in this area.

The new location of the law offices provides Indianapolis Personal Injury Attorneys and their clients a higher level of privacy and confidentiality to handle legal business. This move is set to help the law office provide even better services for clients, regardless of what their legal needs may be.

"We have been open, serving clients in both Huntington and Fort Wayne for the past four decades," stated attorney Richard Truitt. "Our team of Indianapolis Car Accident Lawyers is thrilled to have the opportunity to provide our clients with this new space that will provide them (and us) a higher level of service and comfort."

"We understand how traumatic it can be to suffer an injury during an accident," continued Truitt. "The process of trying to handle the insurance claim or navigating the court system in Indianapolis is an extremely intimidating process. That's why we offer a free consultation, and you can feel confident that when you use our services that we take your case seriously and will ensure you get the high-quality legal services you need and deserve."

Additional information about the services offered by the Indianapolis Personal Injury Lawyers from Truitt Law Offices and the new location of their Indianapolis location can be found by visiting the company's website or by contacting the professional staff by phone or email.

ABOUT TRUITT LAW OFFICES

At Truitt Law Offices, clients and their families are the top priority of every member of the staff. The team listens and cares. They also ensure that clients have everything necessary to move forward with their injury case. Each personal injury attorney at this law firm will build strong client relationships and provide a positive experience for every client served. The company puts their more than three decades of legal skills to work to help families in the hometown of Indianapolis, and throughout the state of Indiana.

Contact Info:
Name: Richard Truitt
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Organization: Truitt Law Offices
Address: 8888 Keystone Crossing Suite 1300 Indianapolis, IN 46240
Phone: 317-790-2517
Website: https://www.truittlawoffices.com/locations/indianapolis-office/

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