I was born and raised in "the region".  My family has been a part of this area for over 100 years.  Since I was a young girl, I developed a passion for advocacy in fighting for "the right thing" and providing a voice for those who need it.  I knew I needed a platform to do so; therefore, I concentrated on my education. I first attended the Honors Program at the University of Colorado (Boulder).  I then granduated from the University of Central Florida with dual degrees: Business Management and Criminal Justice. After graduating, I worked for Liberty Mutual as a Bodily Injury Adjuster for several years before attending Law School.  I graduated from Stetson University College of Law with dual degrees: J.D. and MBA.  In law school, I competed with the #1 Trial Advocacy Team in the country and was recognized for my advocacy skills in regular competitions. 

Prior to opening my own firm, I worked for three large insurance defense firms in the region.  There, I continued to build my knowledge on insurance companies' practices and how they work against people.  I decided I wanted no part of it and decided I had strayed from fighting for "the right thing" and so here I am: ready to fight for you.

I am the advantage.  

Admitted in:
State of Indiana
State of Illinois
United States District Court-Northern District of Indiana
United States District Court-Southern District of Indiana
United States Court of Appeals- 7th Circuit

Women Lawyers Association
Lake County Bar Association

Representative Trials and Appealate Decisions:

Perpetual Wambugu et al. v. Unnamed Funeral Home (Indiana Court of Appeals, August 17, 2017)- Affirming defense verdict in case in which plaintiffs made claims of negligent embalming of human remains and sought damages of negligent intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Perpetual Wambugu, et. al. v. Unnamed Funeral Home, St. Joseph Superior Court (August 26, 2016).  Represented a funeral home against claims of negligent and intentional infliction of emotional distress based on complaints that a decedent's remains were not properly embalmed.  After four days of trial, the jury returned a defense verdict. 

Hall, Brenda v. Dallman Contractors, LLC et. al (Indiana Court of Appeals, March 23, 2016). Affirming summary judgment granted by the Marion Superior Court regarding the plaintiff's joint employement with the defendants. 
"I want people to know that I am here to fight for what is right; to fight for them.  I want them to know that they have a voice and that I will make that voice heard. That's why I am here."
Angela Jones