About Our Firm
Located in Indianapolis, Findling Park Conyers Woody & Sniderman, PC, is a medical malpractice and personal injury law firm recognized for our attorneys’ influential courtroom performance and unwavering client care. Each of our lawyers has vast experience handling intricate cases for injury victims and their loved ones.
With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys have the in-depth knowledge and resources to take on the biggest, most difficult medical negligence and personal injury cases, including those involving the death of a child, spouse or loved one.
Please click on the links below to learn more about our attorneys’ backgrounds and qualifications:
- Mary A. Findling
- Terry K. Park
- Laura J. Conyers
- Michael J. Woody
- Mark W. Sniderman
- Christian D. Vaughan
Providing The Compassion And Skilled Advocacy You Deserve
We understand the legal complexities involved in settling these extremely complicated cases. We also understand the needs of our clients, who face large medical bills in the wake of their tragedy and rely on us to fight for their fair compensation. When a medical mistake or a preventable accident has permanently altered your life, we provide compassionate legal counsel.
Our firm comprises hard-working professionals driven by a desire to help people who lost a loved one or became permanently disabled, because of a misdiagnosis, surgical error or other act of hospital negligence. Our primary focus is to service and advocate on behalf of our clients. We take pride in maintaining close communication with our clients. We address all your questions, promptly return your phone calls and provide a candid assessment of the strength of your case.
Connect With Us Today
When a medical error or other negligent act results in a fatal or catastrophic injury, you can depend on us to carefully review and build your case. Our office is easily accessible by public transportation and is located on the corner of Ohio and Pennsylvania, across from the federal courthouse. We offer a contingency fee structure.