Mcneely Stephenson Thopy & harrrold Trusted Advisor. Proven Advocates.

About Our Firm

Trusted Advisors. Proven Advocates.

McNeely Stephenson is recognized for providing quality representation for business transactions, personal injury litigation, and insurance defense litigation. Our clients include many of Indiana’s most prominent individuals, businesses, cities, and schools.

We solve problems

When faced with the complex legal challenges that today’s world can present, you need advisors you can trust to find solutions. We are committed to resolving matters as economically and quickly as possible. The attorneys at McNeely Stephenson possess a wealth of experience in negotiation and conflict resolution. When litigation arises, we can provide you with the resources and the representation to bring your case to an effective resolution.

Advantages we provide

We offer detailed analysis and a compelling presentation of the facts for every case we handle. From initial investigation through trial, we have the attorneys, paralegals, and staff experience you can rely on to deliver positive results. We stay on the cutting edge of technology and the law. In addition to our internal resources, we have professional relationships with technology firms and experienced litigation consultants nationally. Our significant past cases include many of the most important clients, trials and appellate cases in Indiana. We are among the leading law firms in central and southern Indiana in terms of the number of cases we have tried.

We represent clients in more than 90 counties throughout Indiana and have tried cases in at least 15 states. The firm’s managing partners are AV-rated under Martindale Hubbell’s Peer Review Rating™ process. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

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