The Association is a national organization composed of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers from each state. Membership is obtained through special invitation and is extended only to those attorneys who exemplify superior qualifications, leadership, reputation, influence, stature, and profile as trial lawyers, both civil plaintiff and criminal defense.
It is the mission of The National Trial Lawyers Association to provide news, information, and education to attorneys who practice or have an interest in trial work, including civil plaintiff and criminal defense law.
The National Trial Lawyers Association is a professional and business organization designed to provide high quality, relevant, and innovative legal programs that are essential in dealing with current issues facing the trial lawyer.
Exclusive National Membership
With its exclusive national membership of trial lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers Association promotes excellence in the legal profession through training, networking, and education of trial lawyers concerning both business and professional matters of interest to the modern day trial lawyer. The National Trial Lawyers Association affords its members valuable business opportunities and extensive networking resources through participation in meetings, seminars, legal publications, and other relevant member services.
Douglas Small of Foley & Small is one of Top 100 Trial Lawyers in the State of Indiana. Doug Small and Ed Foley each work to represent their clients to achieve the best possible result for the client and their family.
Where Foley & Small tries cases
Foley & Small handles and tries cases across northern and central Indiana. This includes working in the following counties and county seats and cities: South Bend, Mishawaka [St. Joseph County]; LaPorte, Michigan City [LaPorte County]; Elkhart, Goshen, Nappanee [Elkhart County]; Lagrange [Lagrange County]; Albion, Kendallville [Noble County]; Columbia City [Whitley County]; Warsaw [Kosciusko County]; Plymouth [Marshall County]; Knox, North Judson [Starke County]; Valparaiso, Chesterton, Portage, Hebron [Porter County]; Crown Point, Hammond, Munster, Highland, Hobart, Merrillville, Gary [Lake County]; Kentland [Newton County]; Rensselaer [Jasper County]; Winamac [Pulaski County]; Rochester, Akron Fulton County]; Peru [Miami County]; Wabash, North Manchester [Wabash County]; Huntington, Roanoke [Huntington County]; Fort Wayne [Allen County]; Auburn, Garrett, Butler [DeKalb County]; Angola [Steuben County]; Logansport [Cass County]; Monticello, Remington [White County]; Delphi [Carroll County]; Kokomo [Howard County]; Marion [Grant County]; Bluffton [Wells County]; Decatur [Adams County]