Ball Eggleston PC, which is located in Lafayette, IN, is proud to announce its recent achievements.
Lafayette, IN (PRWEB) June 28, 2010 -- Ball Eggleston PC (http://www.ball-law.com/home/), a personal injury, wrongful death and civil litigation law firm located in Lafayette, IN, is very pleased to announce the following achievements:
Steven P. Meyer (http://www.ball-law.com/attorneys/smeyer.php), a shareholder at the firm, has been nominated to serve on the Greater Lafayette Commerce Board of Directors, which is tantamount to election. Mr. Meyer is currently a member of the City of Lafayette Common Council and serves as a Director on the Area IV Council on Aging Development Board; Friendship House, Inc.; and Lafayette Urban Enterprise Association. His practice focuses on personal injury, general litigation, criminal defense, and family law.
Carlos Carrillo, an attorney at Ball Eggleston, recently received the Certificate of Achievement from the Indiana Supreme Court for the Indiana Court Interpreter Certification Program deeming him to be a National Consortium Certified Interpreter in the Spanish language for the State of Indiana. Mr. Carrillo was presented with this certificate on May 6, 2010.
Ball Eggleston PC was established in 1950. The firm’s diverse areas of practice (http://www.ball-law.com/home/practiceareas.php) include: serious personal injury and wrongful death, product liability, professional malpractice, commercial litigation, estate planning, probate, business organizations, zoning and land use, real estate, insurance, collections, landlord-tenant relations, and appellate relief.
Members of the firm have committed themselves to leadership in a variety of governmental, charitable and professional organizations on the local state and national level. Through the years such involvement has included the Indiana General Assembly, Lafayette City Council, American Red Cross, Ivy Tech State College, United Way, Greater Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Business Center, Boys' and Girls' Club, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, YMCA, The Purdue Exponent, Hanna Community Center, American Legion, Tippecanoe County Historical Association, Legal Aid Corporation of Tippecanoe County, Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Lafayette Home Hospital, Inc., Greater Lafayette Health Services, Inc., and many others.
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