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Founded in 2012, Banks & Brower's Lawyers have over 60 years of combined experience.

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We strive to exceed client's expectations by walking them through the criminal justice system.

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Experienced Indianapolis Attorneys

more than 60 years of combined criminal legal experience, providing a large amount of invaluable knowledge.

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Banks & Brower is an Indianapolis firm that handles personal injury law, family law, and traffic law, with a specialty in criminal defense law. We have more than 60 years of combined legal experience, providing a large amount of invaluable knowledge and insight to any case. Our clients have faced hardships such as traumatic injuries, major felony charges, DUIs, and custody battles. With each and every client, we take the time to listen carefully and come up with a strategy to ensure the best possible case outcome. Our lawyers truly care about the fates of their clients, working tirelessly on their behalf in and out of the courtroom. We are the law firm Indianapolis residents trust in times of need.

Why do clients trust Banks & Brower Attorneys?

At Banks & Brower, we are client-centered, using our firm’s resources and brightest minds to address virtually all of our clients’ needs. In difficult times, we use proven legal strategies and processes to assist our clients to the best of our abilities. We work closely with clients to let them know we care about them and their futures. Whether you need an attorney for an injury suffered due to negligence or for a criminal trial, we’re the practice for you.

Our exceptional team of attorneys takes client care seriously. Criminal defense attorney Brad Banks served as a felony prosecutor in Hamilton County for nearly 10 years while Attorney Adam Brower tried over 150 criminal cases as a deputy prosecutor for Marion County. They bring the unique perspectives of practiced prosecutors to the table to better serve criminal defendants in Indianapolis. They know how the law works from the other side and use this first-hand experience to better defend clients. The criminal defense team handles DUIs, traffic citations, CDL violations, and many other types of criminal cases.

The attorneys at Banks & Brower also represent clients in personal injury and family law. Our personal injury lawyers work hard to present client cases in their best possible light during insurance settlement negotiations and jury trials. They understand intricate Indiana personal injury laws and know how to use them to clients’ greatest advantage. Meanwhile, our family law sector strives to exceed every client’s expectations through outstanding divorce, custody, guardianship, probate, and end-of-life planning services. We take each case as it comes, working one-on-one with clients to identify their unique goals and come up with solutions.

Client Review:

“Brad was the best, he came through with his promise in getting all charges dismissed. If I ever need legal service again, he will be the first person I contact. Thank you all!” -Larry B.

Five Stars

We take each case as it comes, working one-on-one with clients to identify their unique goals and come up with solutions.

Criminal Law

Our Indianapolis criminal defense lawyers have an edge over the competition – their lead lawyers became esteemed and accomplished prosecutors in Indiana prior to becoming defense attorneys. Brad Banks and Adam Brower have the intel from the other side of things to provide the type of poignant criminal defense their clients desperately need. Working with past prosecutors gives you a distinct advantage as a defendant in Indianapolis, whether you’re facing a driving under the influence (DUI) charge, domestic violence charges or violent criminal felony.

A criminal conviction could affect the rest of your life. A skilled attorney is vital in a criminal trial, especially in more serious criminal cases. Trust the highly successful attorneys at Banks & Brower. We understand how criminal law works in Indiana and can build a strong strategy for your defense or a plea deal. Let us protect your future by combating criminal accusations against you or a loved one.

Family Law

Having an experienced, reliable family law attorney representing your best interests during divorce cases, probate court, custody issues, and other important legal matters can make all the difference – not only in the outcome of your case, but in your experience for its duration. The right lawyer will give you peace of mind during one of the hardest times of your life. Whether your individual goal is to keep your divorce as easy as possible or to come out on top of a complex property settlement, we can help.

Having one of our outstanding family law attorneys in your corner can make a difficult family matter much less so on you and your loved ones. Our lawyers can protect you every step of the way, from the initial filing of your claim to the final signatures on settlement papers. Banks & Brower can answer your tough questions and navigate even the most complicated laws to help you make sense of your future. We keep in touch with our clients at all times, so you’re never in the dark. We’ll do whatever it takes to reach the best possible solution for you, no matter what that may look like in your family.

Personal Injury

The Banks & Brower personal injury team gives injured accident victims a voice in Indianapolis civil court systems. We represent those hurt in auto accidents, slip and falls, workplace injuries, campus accidents, dog attacks, acts of violence, and medical practice throughout Indiana. Our personal injury representation involves coming up with the best solution to our clients’ needs, and then working hard to make our goal a reality.

Our attorneys work day and night to get to the bottom of who or what caused a terrible personal injury accident and how to prove someone else’s negligence or intent to harm. We can gather evidence relating to your case, hire experts to testify on your behalf, interview eyewitnesses, and take other steps to help protect your future. Our trial-tested team has the ability to take your case all the way to the courtroom if necessary, although we can settle most personal injury claims without requiring a trial. We’ll take the action we deem most suitable for your unique case.

Five Stars

I would highly recommend this firm.

They are quick to get things done for you. They are very quick to respond if you have questions and if they say they are going to do something, they do it. They don’t make you wait around forever. If you want good lawyers, go with this firm.

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Contact Banks & Brower for exceptional representation today

With Banks & Brower, you don’t have to face any legal issue alone. Our criminal defense, family law, and personal injury attorneys are here for you. The right lawyer makes all the difference in the outcome of your case. Let us show you how we can help during a free case evaluation at our convenient Indianapolis office. Take a few moments to submit a request for a consultation and you could change your future. Call (317) 870-0019 to speak with someone at Banks & Brower today – principled attorneys, proven results.

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The more you know about the criminal justice system in Indiana, the better you can navigate it. Banks & Brower’s attorneys have more than 60 years of combined experience and can help you with your individual case in Indianapolis.

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