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He graduated cum laude from DePauw University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, and later from Saint Louis University School of Law. He has given presentations for the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum (ICLEF) and various other groups. Furthering his education, he is a graduate of the ICLEF Trial Advocacy College. He is the District 5 Representative for the Indiana Bar Litigation Section Council, and a past President of the Cass County Bar Association. He is admitted to the Indiana Bar, the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, and the Seventh Circuit.
Locally, he is a member of the Tippecanoe County Bar Association, on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and a participant in Leadership Lafayette - Class 46. He lives with his wife and two children in Tippecanoe County, and looks forward to serving the community for years to come.
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Under Indiana law, all drivers must carry auto insurance. Unfortunately, you may find that the driver who caused your accident has no insurance or not enough insurance to cover your loss. All hope is not lost. In that case, your insurance policy may provide help through uninsured and underinsured motor vehicle coverage. Uninsured Motorist Claim Read more about Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Claims[…]
Suffering a dog bite, or any animal attack, is always frightening. According to the Center’s for Disease Control, more than 4 million people per year in the US are bitten by dogs. Whether the resulting injuries are minor or severe, the Law Office of Shannon G. Starr, LLC understands how to handle these cases and Read more about What to know about a dog bite and animal attack case[…]
Common examples of premises liability cases include: slip and falls; dog bites or other animal attacks; exposure to toxic substances; falling objects from store shelves or construction scaffolds; fires; electrocution from exposed wiring; assaults due to negligent security; and failure to mark or identify hazardous conditions. Under Indiana law, your ability to pursue a premises Read more about Understanding Indiana premises liability law[…]
If you are involved in a car accident, it is important to take immediate steps to protect your rights. While not an exhaustive list, here are some helpful things to remember to do in case a car accident occurs: Call the police. Having the police at the scene of the accident ensures you have an Read more about Five Things to Remember After an Auto Accident[…]
I am pleased to present a new logo for Law Office of Shannon G. Starr, LLC. Thanks and credit to Lindsay Wagner for the design. Thanks for your support and I look forward to continuing to serve you!
I am pleased to announce that I was recently selected as a 2017 Rising Star by Indiana Super Lawyers. Selections for Super Lawyers are based on a multi-phase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates, a peer review of candidates by practice area, and a good-standing and disciplinary check. Disclaimer – The Read more about Shannon Starr Named 2017 Rising Star by Indiana Super Lawyers[…]
“Wrongful death” is when someone dies due to the misconduct or negligence of another party. When a loved one dies as a consequence or misconduct of another, it can be devastating. There is no way to truly compensate for the loss of a loved one. There are different circumstances in which wrongful death can arise. Read more about What is a wrongful death claim?[…]
Each year, almost every county in Indiana holds at least one tax sale. Some people purchase real estate at a tax sale, think they got a great deal and that there are no further steps to take. Unfortunately, that is not the case. The county will issue a “tax sale certificate” at the tax sale. Read more about What do you do after purchasing real estate at a tax sale?[…]
If you are injured while on someone else’s property, you may be entitled to compensation for your damages. Common examples of premises liability cases include: slip and falls; dog bites or other animal attacks; exposure to toxic substances; falling objects from store shelves or construction scaffolds; fires; electrocution from exposed wiring; assaults due to Read more about Have you been hurt on someone’s property?[…]