James F. Ludlow
Firm:
James F. Ludlow Attorney at Law, P.C.
Phone:317-897-9466
Address: 9520 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46229

Membership: Indiana State Bar Association; Indianapolis Bar Association; Indiana Trial Lawyers Association; American Association for Justice (Member, Sections on: Trucking; Brain Injury)
University: Indiana State University, B.S., with honors, 1982; Indiana State University, M.B.A., with honors, 1984, Indiana University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1987
Admitted: 1987, Indiana and U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana
Biography: Since graduating with Honors from the Indiana University School of Law in 1987, James Ludlow has exclusively represented injured people and the families of those who have been wrongfully killed throughout Indiana. When you are seriously injured, you need an attorney who understands how the injury affects you physically, emotionally, and financially, both now and in the future. James Ludlow understands that a serious injury turns lives upside down, and he has the background and experience to aggressively pursue your case. In a recent case that involved a severely burned child, it was obvious that the injury would have lifelong consequences both physically and emotionally for the child and her parents. While the claim was pending, James Ludlow understood that in addition to legal representation, it was important that he be available to listen to the family's needs and concerns and offer practical solutions. He was able to refer the family to appropriate social services that were also able to provide assistance while the claim was pending. With more than two decades of experience in handling injury claims, James Ludlow understands the serious injuries that can result from accidents, and how specific injuries may affect his clients over their lifetime. With this knowledge, he makes sure that the liability insurance company of the person who caused the accident, and if necessary any jury that may hear the case, understands the nature of the injury and its long-term consequences so that his clients receive the compensation they rightfully deserve. Professional Associations: Indiana State Bar Association Indianapolis Bar Association American Association for Justice Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, Board of Directors Published Articles: Ethics and Admissibility of Recorded Telephone Conversations, The Verdict Obtaining a Tortfeasor's Drug & Alcohol Treatment Records, The Verdict How to Recover Uncontested Medical Expenses in a Motion for Partial Summary Judgement, The Verdict Indiana's Tort Prejudgement Interest - How to Make it Work for Your Client, The Verdict Admissibility of the Existence of Liability Insurance via the Defendant's Expert Witness, The Indiana Lawyer, December 13 - December 26, 1995 Pro Bono & Community Activities: Rotary International, Member Board of Directors Dayspring Center - Homeless shelter for families with children Dress for Success - Charity which assists with providing appropriate work clothing Future Promises - Charity which assists pregnant high school students finish school Old Bethel Food Pantry - Provides food to needy individuals Second Helpings- Charity which provides food service training and meals to the needy Shop with a Cop - Assists with police officers shopping with disadvantaged children