Chris focuses his practice on helping people who have been harmed by the negligence of others. His practice encompasses car crash victims, those that have been harmed as a result of bad care from their doctors, and everything in between.
After high school, Chris enlisted in the military as an infantryman. He attended Purdue University and completed the Army ROTC program. Upon graduation, He received a commission as a Military Intelligence officer. After a deployment to Afghanistan as an intelligence officer with the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force, he was promoted to the rank of Captain. After being admitted to the Indiana University School of Law- Indianapolis, Chris resigned his commission with 12 years of military service. Despite working three jobs and having two children while in law school, he graduated a semester early and with honors, graduating in the top 20% of his class.
During his second year of law school, Chris began clerking for the law firm of Findling Park Conyers Woody & Sniderman, P.C. He spent the remainder of law school learning to work personal injury, criminal, and medical malpractice cases. It was this exposure that inspired him to continue working as an attorney at Findling Park Conyers Woody & Sniderman, P.C. to achieve justice for victims of negligence.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys fly-fishing, being in the outdoors, and spending time with his wife, Ashley, and his children, Ruby and Henry.