Other Areas of Practice
Trust & Estate Litigation
Foley & Small represents individuals involving disputes arising from a will or trust and the inheritance arising under such documents.
Our attorneys represent persons in claims for breach of fiduciary duty, exercising undue influence, lack of mental or physical capacity, fraud, misappropriation, misrepresentation and other acts of misconduct.
Foley & Small handles trust and estate claims in state courts throughout Indiana. Contact Foley & Small if you or someone you know is facing a dispute involving an estate or trust.
Foley & Small represents individuals, consumers and businesses who have been the victims of fraudulent and related criminal activities. Such claims can arise from acts and communications involving misrepresentation; conversion of property, including intellectual property; theft of property; undue influence and breach of fiduciary duties.
Foley & Small handles a variety of commercial/business disputes representing both businesses and individuals on a contingent-fee basis.
Because we handle such commercial/business litigation on a contingent-fee basis, clients have their litigation handled without having to pay hourly billing rates and receiving monthly billings. Our fee is paid from the recovery we obtain from you. As a result, Foley & Small is motivated to efficiently and expeditiously obtain a maximum recovery for you.
Commercial and business litigation involves a variety of claims, including breach of contract, real estate disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, insurance coverage issues, shareholder and partnership disputes and other matters.
Foley & Small represents women and others who have been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace and other settings. There are federal laws and regulations on sexual harassment claims. In addition, intentional tort claims can be brought for sexual harassment conduct involving physical touching.
We also represent employees who have not been paid the wages and salary due them by their employer. There are federal and state statutes and regulations, which control the payment of wages, salary and benefits and control working condition requirements.
Insurance Claim Disputes
Insureds pay trillions of dollars in premiums each year to insurance companies for such insurance protection. For an insurance company then to deny or refuse to fully pay on a claim is a breach of that insurance company’s duty and an act of bad faith. That there are incredible profits made by insurance companies is evident by the number of commercials on television by insurance companies seeking out you to become one of their insureds and pay them your premium dollar.
Foley & Small has had years of experience dealing with insurance companies and handling disputed insurance claims in a variety of context, including auto, home, fire, flood and business policy litigation.