Andrew J Thompson
Andrew J Thompson was admitted to practice law in Indiana in 1990. Mr. Thompson has experience in business law, estate planning, creditor and debtor law, real estate, civil trials, taxation, criminal defense, appeals and all areas of family law, including adoptions, divorce, child custody and support, paternity, and guardianship.
After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Indiana University in 1984, Mr. Thompson passed the Uniform Certified Public Accounting examination and worked as an International Tax Specialist with Peat Marwick Mitchell & Company before returning to school to pursue his law degree.
Mr. Thompson graduated from the University of Illinois College of Law in 1990 before passing the Indiana State Bar exam later that year.
Along with practicing law, Mr. Thompson has worked as a Private Family Wealth Advisor and as Southeast Regional Director of Legal, Estate and Asset Services for the American Cancer Society and the Executive Director of the American Foundation for Clinical Pharmacology. He founded a private consulting firm, Elusen LLC, providing fundraising, search marketing and other services primarily for nonprofit organizations throughout the Midwest and southeastern United States, as well as capital acquisition services for emerging businesses.
He taught as an adjunct professor of Business Law for Indiana Wesleyan University from 1992 to 1995. Mr. Thompson has served as a volunteer board member for Big Brothers-Big Sisters and the Entrepreneurial Development Council of the RTP, and he presently serves on the Board of the Autism Society of Indiana and the Small Enterprise Loan Fund program for emerging businesses in Hamilton County, IN.
Mr. Thompson is committed to provide every client with the highest quality of legal service to help them achieve their primary goals.
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Born in Terre Haute, Indiana
In our firm, we rarely take cases on contingency. But if you’ve been injured in an accident of any kind, you didn’t ask for what happened, and you weren’t prepared to expend money on legal fees to try to recover what it takes to be whole again. If you’re injured in an accident, we don’t get paid anything until you recover for your loss.
Dealing with an insurance company can be incredibly difficult. And when you or someone you love has been injured, it can turn from a difficult situation to a nightmare quickly. Whether it’s a car accident, on someone’s property, a medical claim, an illness, at work or otherwise, the greater the loss you’ve sustained, the more effective we are.