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Roger Pardieck

Roger Pardieck
Roger Pardieck
phone (812) 523-8686
fax (812) 522-4199
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Roger has carried the torch of civil justice in his hands and his heart for over 35 years. The citizens of Indiana and the United States have much to be thankful for as a result of the work of this quiet and soft-spoken giant slayer.
- Fred Schultz, in the Indiana Lawyer, honoring Roger Pardieck's Lifetime Achievement Award.

Roger Pardieck is a life long resident of Indiana. He received his undergraduate degree and his law degree from Indiana University and has practiced in Seymour, Indiana, throughout his career. He served as special prosecutor in Jackson County for two years before starting his civil practice in 1965. His stint as special prosecutor convinced him that his future was in the areas of trial law and seeking justice for those who had been injured by the actions of others.

Pardieck has tried literally hundreds of jury trials in Indiana and across the country. He is committed to the preservation of human rights and civil justice and believes that the true purpose of tort law is to affect change in the law and in the behavior of corporations toward individuals.

Certification/Specialties:

Roger Pardieck, featured in newsweek
  • Civil Trial Advocate, National Board of Trial Advocacy

Bar Admissions:

  • Indiana, 1963
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 7th Circuit

Education:

  • Indiana University at Bloomington School of Law, Bloomington, Indiana, 1963 J.D.
  • International Graduate School, Stockholm, Sweden, 1960
  • Indiana University, 1959 A.B.

Published Works:

  • "The Impact of Comparative Fault in Indiana", 17 Indiana Law Review 925, 1984
  • "Is The Danger Really Open and Obvious?", 19 Indiana Law Review 383, 1986
  • "The Disappearing Rights of Plaintiffs Under a Legal Disability", 20 Indiana Law Law Review 383, 1987
  • Numerous other publications and presentations at trial lawyers associations, The United States and Austria as well as the Association of Trials Lawyers of America

Honors and Awards:

  • Indiana Trial Lawyer of the Year, 2011
  • Indiana Trial Lawyers Association's Lifetime Achievement Award, 2001
  • Indiana Trial Lawyer of the Year, 1996
  • The Best Lawyers in America, 1983 - Present
  • Who's Who in American Law, 1989 - Present
  • Indiana Super Lawyer, Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, 2004 - Present
  • Community Service Award, International Society of Primerus Law Firms, 2001

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • Inner Circle of Advocates
  • International Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • Indiana Trial Lawyers Association
    President, 1975 - 1976; Board of Directors, 1970 - present
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America
    Board of Governors, 1985 - 1987
  • American Board of Trial Advocates
  • Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
    Indiana Coordinator, 1991 - present
  • American College of Trial Lawyers
  • Indiana College of Trial Lawyers
    Fellow
  • Roscoe Pound Foundation
    Fellow
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy
    Civil Trial Advocate
  • Indiana State Bar Association, Board of Governors, 1980 - 1982 Chairman, Trial Lawyers Section, 1980 - 1981
  • Indiana Bar Foundation
    Fellow
  • Jackson County Bar Association
    President, 1969

The Pardieck Law Firm | The Pony Express Building | 100 North Chestnut St. | P.O. Box 608 | Seymour, Indiana (IN) 47274 | 1-800-288-8678 | Phone: 812-523-8686 | Fax: 812-522-4199

Located in Seymour, Indiana, the personal injury lawyers of The Pardieck Law Firm serve clients throughout Indiana, including North Vernon, Brownstown, Austin, Scottsburg, Columbus, Edinburgh, Bedford, Mitchell, Bloomington, Elizabethtown, Dupont, Crothersville, Taylorsville, Medora, Campbellsburg, Salem, Nabb, Hanover, Madison, Louisville, and Indianapolis. In addition, we handle personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits arising from accidents occurring on I-64, I-65, I-69, I-70, I-264, I-495, Hwy 31, Hwy 11, Hwy 46, Hwy 50, and other roadways throughout Indiana.
Johnson County • Marion County • Hamilton County • Boone County • Monroe County